New Horizons Supply Cooperative provides LP Gas and propane safety services to homes and businesses in southwest Wisconsin, northwest Illinois and northeast Iowa.
- Propane Delivery
- Propane Service
- Scheduled Delivery
- Even Pay Plan
- Price Management
Account Application Forms
Account application forms, W-9 Form, and Tax Exemption Certificates are available on the Forms page.
Your New Horizons account allows you to order fuel online.
Please call 1-800-321-2128 to place an order or inquire about our service.
Trucks are dispatched from:
- Blue River
- Gays Mills
- Patch Grove
The safety of you and your family is important to New Horizons Supply Cooperative. Safety must be the priority when handling and using propane. Propane is a safe and reliable fuel when handled and used safely. However, when misused it can be dangerous.
All of New Horizons drivers are CETP certified, which is a nationally recognized training program for propane drivers. As part of New Horizons safety program, our drivers receive ongoing training.
Another part of our safety program is performing a free “Safety Check” of your system when we set a tank. A Safety Check consists of pressure testing the lines to make sure there are no leaks, inspecting your gas system to see if it meets state and federal codes, and checking the date of your regulator. Regulators must be changed every 15 years. During the months of June, July, and August we will perform the Safety Check FREE for those customers that have not had Safety Check within the last five years.
Propane Safety Tips for Your Home
- To readily recognize a leak, know what propane smells like. New Horizons has pamphlets available with a scratch-and-sniff spot so that your entire family can recognize the smell. Propane leak detectors, similar to carbon monoxide detectors, are available.
- If you smell a leak, immediately evacuate everyone from the building, turn off the propane tank, and call New Horizons or the fire department from your neighbor’s phone. DO NOT remain in the building, use the telephone or light switches, or try to determine the source of the leak by yourself.
- Be aware of where gas service lines are located, especially when working in your yard.
- Water can damage the internal safety mechanism in the gas controls of an appliance. If you suspect that your appliance gas controls may be wet (because of flooding, for example), have a trained technician replace them immediately.
- All furnaces collect lint and dirt and should be cleaned regularly. Contact a trained technician for information on proper cleaning, and follow the manufacturer’s instructions.
- Drain your tank periodically (until water runs clean – usually 2 to 3 gallons) to get rid of sediment buildup on the bottom of the tank.
- Have your kitchen range serviced if the burner flame is not blue. The blue flame indicates complete combustion. A yellow flame means air inlets are clogged or burners need adjustment. Contact a trained service technician immediately. Do not cover the oven bottom with foil – it can restrict air circulation.
- Never use gas ranges for home heating.
For more information go to: National Propane Gas Association