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Tel: 719-395-8445 | Fax: 719-395-8466

 HOURS OF OPERATION

Mon - Fri: 7am - 4pm

OVER 65 YEARS IN OPERATION

Operated by 3rd generation family members of the original owner.

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  • Residential & Commercial propane sales​

  • Cylinder filling

  • Motorhome filling

  • Safety inspections

  • Exterior gas line & tank installation

  • Gas pipe and fittings sales

655 Gregg Drive

Buena Vista, Co 81211

Mailing Address

P.O. Box 2059

Buena Vista, Co 81211

Please visit the Colorado Propane Gas Association's website.

PROPANE SAFETY

If you believe you're having a propane related emergency, or if you smell gas, call our emergency phone number 719-395-8445 or 911. This number is answered by a human 24 hours/day and forwarded to an emergency response crew if necessary. 

Comfurt Gas wants to ensure you have the safest home possible. This means having safety inspections periodically, installing a quality carbon monoxide detector, and understanding how to appropriately prepare your home for inclement weather. Below, you will find information on how to winterize your house and/or RV, what to do before excavating, and other tips we think are important. If you have any questions please don't hesitate to call or email us.

  • 811 is the phone number you call before digging to protect yourself and others from unintentionally hitting underground utility lines.

  • Call 811 from anywhere in the country a few days prior to digging, and your call will be routed to your local call center. Tell the operator where you're planning to dig.  Your affected local utility companies will be notified about your intent to dig and will send locators to your dig site to mark the approximate location of buried lines with flags or paint.

  • Propane gas lines will NOT be located after you call 811. You are required to call the propane company that supplies your tank directly to have you underground propane lines located.

Before Excavating 
Winterizing Home
  • If the lid of your tank will be covered by snow, you need to place a marker next to the tank that will be higher than the anticipated snow level.

  • Dangerous roads may affect delivery so maintain an adequate supply of propane. Will Call customers should call before their tanks reach 20%.

  • Consider using a standby propane generator

  • Never bring gas fueled  equipment that is intended to be used outdoors, into your house (i.e BBQ grill, patio heaters, fire pit, or generators).

  • Create an emergency kit that includes instructions for turning off the utilities

  • Make sure everyone in your family knows what propane smells like and what to do in event of a gas leak. Including knowing where the supply valve is and when/how to close it

  • Look for downed power lines

  • Check that Gas lines and tanks are in place and undamaged

  • Chimney flue’s, gas pipes, meters, regulators and vents must be cleared of snow and ice. Clear away ice and snow very carefully. High winds can shift snow and ice creating hazardous situations by covering equipment. If you notice anything unusual leave and have the property checked by a qualified service technician before returning

Power Outages
Thunderstorms
After Heavy Winter Storm