Our Propane team at Carroll Service Company uses the Degree Day Delivery System which compares the temperature outside to your daily propane usage to help ensure our customers never run out of propane!

Carroll Service Company also offers the Summer Fill Program (July/August), The Budget Pay Program (12 equal payments of your propane usage, begins in July), and the Contract pricing (available in August).  If you are interested in either for the upcoming season, please contact Deb Merchant at (815)493-2483 and she will be more than happy to answer any questions that you may have!

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When it comes to managing your propane needs, no one is more qualified than the propane specialists at Carroll Service Company.  Our experience and expertise comes through with a wide range of comprehensive programs that save you time and money while ensuring your comfort and safety.  From periodic propane system inspections to convenient payment options, you'll appreciate what our dedicated professionals can do for you.


RESIDENTIAL PROPANE
Propane emits less than half the greenhouse gas emissions of electricity to produce the same amount of energy, with more than 40% of the electricity in the U.S. being produced by coal-fired power plants. In colder climates like the Midwest, high-efficiency propane-fueled furnaces produce half as many carbon dioxide emissions as electric air source heat pumps. This large difference in environmental performance is driven by heat pumps’ use of electric resistance backup heating during the cold winter months.
AGRICULTURE PROPANE
At Carroll Service Company, We Take Pride in Fueling Your Farm. On 865,000 farms across the US, farmers enjoy the economical, environmentally-friendly, and efficient properties of propane to provide energy for a wide range of applications, including: grain drying, livestock operations, irrigation pumps, fuel for farm equipment and vehicles, and standby generators.

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