Skagit Farmers Supply is proud to provide a safe, clean-burning energy source to our customers. Propane is an efficient energy source, perfect for life in Western Washington. Our team prioritizes our customers, ensuring they receive outstanding customer service and reliable delivery every time to keep you supplied throughout the year. Click the below tabs to learn more about propane, our services, payment plans, or to place your order.
Propane is a safe, clean-burning and efficient energy source. Skagit Farmers Supply propane customers receive outstanding customer service and reliable delivery to keep you supplied throughout the year.
No Added Delivery Charges
You pay the price per gallon and sales tax. No trip fee, hazmat fee or other hidden fees other companies may charge. The only fee that may be assessed is a safety check fee of $65.00 if there is an interruption in service. This safety check is required and necessary to ensure you and your family are kept safe.
We don’t lock you into a two year commitment to buy from us. We are confident in our level of service and don’t feel we need to “lock down” your business or tack on expensive cancellation fees to keep our business going strong. Leased propane tanks from Skagit Farmers Supply can only be filled by Skagit Farmers Supply; however, our customer can choose to change out to another company at any time.
We are a locally owned co-op which means a percentage of what you spend on propane and other purchases with Skagit Farmers Supply may be given back to you annually as cash patronage or stock equity. Customers with Credit and/or Membership accounts in good standing that meet minimum purchase requirements are eligible to receive patronage. Patronage paid is based on profitability of the co-op and subject to board approval. Propane tank lease and sales tax do not qualify.
Local Quality Service
Being local means we understand your heating needs. With six bulk storage plants and rail access, we offer consistent service to Skagit, Island, Snohomish, Whatcom and King counties. Our drivers and office staff understand quality of service and strive to be the best. We understand your heating and appliance needs and are here to help.
P.O. Box 266
1833 Park Lane
Burlington, WA 98233
Office: (360) 757-6053 or (888) 757-6053
Fax: (360) 757-4143
For Propane Emergency:
If a propane emergency occurs, please turn off the propane tank if safe to do so. Evacuate all occupants from building. If emergency is during normal business hours please call (888) 757-6053 or (360) 757-6053 for immediate assistance. Do not go back inside the building until instructed it is safe to do so.
For after hours emergency assistance please call our emergency pager at (360) 209-0310.
For Propane Emergency:
If a propane emergency occurs please turn off the propane tank if safe to do so. Evacuate all occupants from building. If emergency is during normal business hours please call (888) 757-6053 or (360) 757-6053 for immediate assistance. Do not go back inside the building until instructed it is safe to do so.
For after hours emergency assistance please call our emergency pager at (360) 209-0310.
Give our service department a call at (888) 757-6053 or (360) 757-6053 today. Our service representatives have a wealth of knowledge and are here to help.
Head to your local Country Store location to have your RV or small propane bottle filled at our dispenser. Click here to view Country Store locations near you.
For more information about propane and propane safety, please visit Propane 101.
In its natural state, propane is an odorless and colorless gas that is widely used to fuel appliances for heating, cooking, and other uses. While propane is used as a gas for fueling appliances, it is transported and stored as a liquid under high pressure in specially designed containers referred to either as tanks or cylinders. When liquid propane changes into a gas vapor, it expands in volume by about 270 times, meaning that propane is very economical to store and transport as a liquid rather than as a gas vapor. However, this characteristic also means that even a small leak of liquid propane can result in a much larger quantity of propane vapor, which can be especially dangerous in a confined space.
Similar to any other flammable gas or flammable liquid, propane is very safe when stored and handled properly. However, if propane is not properly and safely stored and handled, it can cause property damage, injuries, or even death. For this reason, it is important for the safety of the members of your household that they have a thorough understanding of the properties and characteristics of propane, and the hazards and risks associated with its use. Contact us with questions that you have about propane.
The propane system at your home or business should be installed, maintained and repaired only by qualified personnel. Call a qualified service technician to light or re-light pilot lights on your appliances.
“As I was writing you a check, I felt I needed to say how much I have enjoyed and appreciated working with you for so many years. You are always accommodating and helpful, and it has been a pleasure.”
– Norma Metcalf
“Dear Employees of Skagit Farmers Supply: You guys and gals are the best! Please share our appreciation with everyone. We know it takes a village. Drivers, everyone, all of you!”
– Diane Billinglea & Bob Reik
“Hi again; your service is AMAZING! I called to check when we’d get filled with the upcoming weather mass. Was told next week – filled the next day! We are such happy customers, and so pleased with your service and staff. … You always exceed expectations.”
“Thank you all for such awesome services! You all rock!”
– Holly & Jim Norton
“What a BIG blessing you are!! Thanks for the propane delivery today. Much appreciated!!!”
– Margaret Hansen
“Thank you! I greatly appreciate your responsiveness and delivery service earlier this year when we had additional snow and unusually low temperatures. The low temperatures prompted much higher than normal propane usage (no heat pumps in those low temps) and our driveway can be difficult to navigate when there is an accumulation of snow. Your employees in the office and the drivers were extremely helpful and relieved the anxiety I felt while wondering if my propane would hold out. Great service!”
– Anne Sanders
I have been a Skagit customer since I moved to Whidbey and started using propane (2001/2002 timeframe).
I am a single, 74-year-old really healthy woman. … However, in February this year, I was diagnosed with breast cancer and have spent the past 6 month undergoing surgery, treatment, etc., driving myself into Seattle.
I live [in a home] with a side yard that’s always been difficult, going along the hedge of bushes to reach the side of the house. I have not been on top of my pruning, able to do a few hours a week, but not enough.
During your last delivery, I heard your truck, ran out and asked if you could get through because the blackberry vines had grown since my last pruning. You said yes, you had a pair of pruners and were cutting the vines.
I was running out the door to catch the ferry to Seattle for my daily radiation treatment.
I can’t tell you how much your attitude and the helpfulness meant to me that morning. … I want you to know that I will always remember your kindness that morning. Radiation is tough, for me it was 5 days a week for 5 weeks, and takes weeks/months to recover.
Again, thank you so very, very much!”
– Cathie H.
“We wanted to thank Skagit Farmers Supply, and especially our driver Stan, who went above and beyond making our delivery in deep snow and ice. Without that delivery, we would have run out of propane.”
– Pat & Barb
“… Our driveway is very steep and narrow with two cement tracks down it through the trees, and no turn around at the bottom. … Our winter has been cold and wet, so the ground was very soft from all the rain and we have been using more propane than normal. On this day, I parked my car on the tracks in front of the house, so it was blocking access for the propane delivery. It wasn’t visible from the top of the driveway … because my car was in the way, [propane delivery driver] Johnathan’s tire got off the track. After filling our tanks, the truck didn’t have enough traction in the soft dirt to make it back onto the tracks.
Johnathan was very kind and got to work on the problem and in a few minutes, he chained up and was able to get back onto the tracks and out of the driveway. He went above and beyond the norm to make sure we were warm and comfortable, and we appreciate his heroic effort. You should be proud to have such a fine person representing you.”
– John & Carrole Strain
“My husband and I moved to Whidbey in 2017 … In November 2017, the day before Thanksgiving, our moving van arrived at our forever home in Useless Bay. We learned that the propane tank was down to 5 percent. Upon calling around, most of the propane companies shared they wouldn’t be able to deliver until after the holiday.
At. 4 p.m. the same day, a Skagit Farmer Supply truck pulled up to our house to fill our propane tank. They had deployed a special delivery driver to our house, as they didn’t want us to be without heat over the Thanksgiving holiday. This is when I coined the term, “Whidbey Wonderful.”
Lauren Corson; Letter to the Editor in the South Whidbey Recorder
“Good Morning. I am going to join your Co-op for home propane delivery. After much searching, and talking with friends and neighbors [about] your company, its employees, history and pricing tell me this is where I need to be. … I saw your driver yesterday in Freeland [while] he was fueling up his truck. He was very beneficial in my decision to switch my service to the Co-op.”
What is our budget payment plan?
The budget payment plan option gives our propane and home heating oil users the ability to have a level even payment throughout the year instead of large heating invoices during the winter months.
Skagit Farmers Supply provides this option as a service to our customers. Complete the form on the Contact Us page, checking the box for Budget Payment Plan (BPP). You may also call our credit department at (360) 757-6053 for more information or to enroll in this plan.
Customers with existing charge accounts in good standing can order online. If you are paying by cash, check or credit/debit card please call (360) 757-6053 or (888) 757-6053 to place your order. Our office is open Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
What to do if you are out of propane:
If you are a Regular Schedule delivery (autofill) customer and have run out of propane after hours, please call our after hours emergency pager at (360) 209-0310. After hour deliveries are reserved for autofill customers only.
If you are a will call customer and have run out of propane, please turn off your tank and call our office during regular business hours to arrange a delivery and propane tank safety check. Our office is open Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Propane Order Acknowledgement
All orders subject to credit approval. If you are paying by cash, check or credit/debit card please call (360) 757-6053 or (888) 757-6053 to place your order.
All orders are processed the following business day. Expect to have your order filled within five business days.
All orders subject to prices and fees for applicable day of delivery.
All orders must meet our minimum 100 gallon requirement. Single 120 gallon horizontal or vertical tanks must be filled. Please note ordering the minimum delivery amount of 100 gallons or a quantity less than a fill (80% considered full) may result in a higher rate per gallon.