Combined Energy Services, AllGas and Tri-State Carbonation Service are excited to announce the opening of a new location at 155 Route 303 in West Nyack New York.
Combined Energy Services is the regions #1 family owned and operated energy company. Providing dependable propane gas to the area, CES will operate the only propane storage facility in Rockland County New York.
Known throughout the tri-state area of New York, New Jersey and Pennsylvania as the most dependable and competitively priced energy supplier, CES looks forward to delivering propane to local homes and businesses throughout Westchester & Rockland counties in New York and Bergen & Passaic Counties in New Jersey.
Our experienced sales representatives will discover your needs, let you know exactly what we can do for you and lay out all your options. Some of the services we offer include:
- Dependable Propane Gas Deliveries
- 24-hour service for your heating equipment
- Complete installations of gas heating & hearth equipment
- Oil tank removal / excavation – gas heating conversions
- Propane Tanks of all sizes & colors installed at no cost
- Buried propane tanks leased for $1 per year when heating with gas
- Propane water heaters, gas fireplaces, space heaters, logs, garage heaters
- Price cap & budget payment plans to smooth out winter heating bills
- Servicing year-round homes, businesses, and seasonal camps
- Convenient office & showroom
- Family owned & operated since 1968
AllGas & Welding Supply will bring a complete welding supply store including all the highest quality industrial and specialty gases, welding equipment and supplies, along with filler metals and safety equipment. Since 1980, AllGas has been the premier welding supply company serving downstate New York, Eastern Pennsylvania, and Northern New Jersey with a state-of-the-art filling plant in Monticello, NY that is also getting a new location.
We look forward to opening in West Nyack and serving the community.
Finally, Tri-State Carbonation Service (TCS) will additionally join the location to round out our service offerings. TCS offers complete, quality-driven carbonation solutions for the restaurant and beverage dispensing industries. Supplying and servicing compressed gas customers for over 35 years, TCS provides a hassle-free affordable alternative to high pressure cylinder tanks through bulk tank systems. Our bulk tank systems provide a continuous reliable supply of CO2, and automatic deliveries, will help minimize waste and maximize profit.
TCS also offers blended gas systems of CO2 and nitrogen that provide three precise gas mixtures to meet your quality kegged product requirements. These systems generate beverage grade nitrogen on site and aid in eliminating over and under carbonation. Using a gas blender, these compact units take up minimal space and produce the quality mixture required by the brewer.
Carbon Dioxide additionally works well for pH control in wastewater and swimming pool systems. They operate with several grow houses provide carbon dioxide for plant health and natural pest control. Their experienced sales professionals look forward to working with you on your specific requirements.
Watch for our grand opening celebration coming spring 2021.
Statements & Invoices Now Available Through the Online Portal
Our online portal just received another update – Statements/Invoices will begin appearing online! That means moving forward you will begin to see these items available for download and print on our online portal via our CES website.
Where to find these items? Go to myaccount.combinedenergyservices.com. If you are already registered, please login. If not, please register your account.
To register first, make sure that we have an email account associated with your account. This is a key part to registering for the online portal. If you do not have an email on your account, you can call, and we will add one or you can complete the form at the bottom. You will also need your account number and the street number of the delivery address. Then click on register and complete the process.
Once logged into the summary page, you will see a drop down on the top left called My Account. Hover over the downward arrow and towards the middle you will see a link for My Documents. Click on this. If there are documents available, you will be able to see the date, type, amount and click on view to see the bill. They can be downloaded and printed directly from the screen.
No bills available? It means that there haven’t been any uploaded to your account yet. Over time, your account history will begin to build. Unfortunately, this is option is not available through the CES app.
Have questions, please give us a call, or send an email to email@example.com.
We’ve seen quite a few interesting things in our 50+ years in business. A recent trend is buying “co-ops”. These groups really aren’t cooperatives but rather groups that a propane supplier agree to deliver to at a lower rate. This may sound great on the surface but in reality, it can be quite different.
For example, in Dec 17, 2017 – Jan 18, 2018 our area had an extend cold streak. Propane gas supply got tight, but even worse – delivery drivers simply couldn’t keep up. This particular marketer in the Albany, NY region was the main supplier for a buying “co-op”. The customers couldn’t get their deliveries. Unfortunately, they ran out of fuel and no other dealers would deliver. They were taking care of their own customers. These buying clubs push greedy gas suppliers to take on more than they can handle. Then when it gets cold and resources get stretched, the first customers to not get deliveries will be these club members – not their regular customers which they place a higher value upon.
Don’t believe us? Try searching the internet or click here to read just one of the articles.
Instead of taking a chance, just go with a dependable locally owned supplier that treats their customers fairly and has the infrastructure to keep you supplied no matter how cold it gets. Combined Energy Services reinvests constantly by improving our storage and distribution infrastructure with over 700,000 gallons of propane stored locally. We’ve added 120,000 gals this year to make sure we have supply. In addition, we have over 1.5 million gallons stored in contracted underground storage.
Our fleet of tractor trailers and 15 home delivery tankers work from our 9 local storage facilities. We reinvest to make sure we’re there when you need us most. Since 1968, CES has been here for our customers at competitive prices, no gimmicks, or tricks.
Don’t fall for gimmick pricing or take supply chances with buying clubs. For a free, no obligation quote call us at 800-874-1975 or complete the form below.
How working from home affects your energy consumption
Many American workers are doing their jobs from home today. Forbes is quoted as saying “58% of American Knowledge workers are doing their jobs from home”. To some this is a dream come true – fuzzy slippers and a cup of coffee while sitting through that meeting. Others find the transition difficult to balance with all family members vying for internet bandwith and computer access.
You may not give it much thought, but this change in working environment can significantly affect your home heating fuel usage. If you’re on automatic delivery it can drastically impact our estimate of your consumption. Additionally, if your a will call customer, your estimation of when to look at your tank gauge may be off significantly.
For automatic delivery, there are quite a few factors that go into our estimate of your usage. Past usage history, degree days and K-Factor. Please refer to this blog post to learn more about our calculation process.
We’ve got degree days (Wow was it a warm winter!) and K-Factor but there is nothing in anyone’s previous usage history to account for what’s going on now. Nowhere in our automatic delivery program is there a checkbox for Novel Coronavirus or COVID-19 and everyone now being home. Let’s not forget about our recent snow on Mother’s Day and the freeze warnings that seem to go on for days. All of this plays into an unusual heating pattern.
This is where you come in. If you are on automatic delivery and have been practicing the #stayhome routine, you are undoubtedly using more energy – and perhaps blowing up the internet. Please check your propane gas and fuel oil gauges regularly. Should you notice your propane gas tank getting down towards 30% or your oil tank near ¼ give us a call.
This applies even more to customers who have moved into their second homes. Rather than have you run out because we don’t know you’re there, check your tank. Let’s #stayhomestaysafe and also let CES know when your tank is getting low. Call us at 800-874-1975 to order heating fuel.
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Act quick – these rebates won’t last!
New York Propane Gas Association (NYPGA) has continued the conversion-replacement rebate program for 2020, using PERC funds to support retention and growth of safe, efficient propane appliances in New York.
The available rebates for New York State residents are:
- Water Heater
$250 for converting from another fuel
$100 for replacing an existing propane unit
$350 for converting from another fuel
$200 for replacing an existing propane unit
- Note: Maximum combined rebate is $450
In order to access these funds, the propane customer must submit their documentation through a propane marketer (CES). The rebate form is available here. This form needs to be completed and returned to Combined Energy Services for processing. All required documentation must accompany the form. Customers of Combined Energy Services receive a copy of all of the required paperwork including a copy of their leak test (typically a yellow copy) along with their equipment bill. The safety inspection is provided free of charge if you’re a customer of Combined Energy Services and purchase their propane through CES. Rebate checks are issued directly from the New York Propane Gas Association to the customer.
Changing your furnace or water heater to clean, high efficiency propane gas with Combined Energy Services before 09/30/2020 and you will get…
- Free oil tank removal
- Free propane tank install
- Free underground gas line up to 50 ft with pressure regulators
- Free leak / safety check**