Propane Services


McLamb’s LP Gas and Supplies is equipped to

  • sell, install and service gas appliances
  • make automatic monthly deliveries
  • lock in pricing for “whole house heat” and commercial accounts
  • repair and fill regular cylinders and grill cylinders much more cheaply than the “exchange cabinets” commonly seen in convenience  and big boxes stores
  • install underground tanks for those who prefer it

McLamb’s LP Gas and Supplies provides for:

  • Residential – heat, driers, stoves, generators, grills, water heaters, and RV refills
  • Commercial – heat, cooking, generator, and forklift refills
  • Farms – tobacco curing, forklift refills, greenhouses, hog houses, and poultry houses


  • Automatic Delivery – Computers records are used to make timely deliveries for commercial, farm, industrial, and residential costumers. Remote tank monitoring is provided for critical propane using customers.
  • State licensed in gas piping, heating, air conditioning, and general contracting
  • Tank Leasing – Many customers only occasionally use propane. For example, they may use their gas logs during the holidays or power outages. We allow these customers to either lease or purchase tanks (our lease fees are less than 1/2 the flat rate charges for minimum usage by phone, electric or natural gas companies).
  • Locked- in Winter Prices – allow our customers to elect to lock in their winter prices in the summer 


Emergencies happen. If you have an emergency call (910) 591-9578. We are available 24/7 for propane emergencies.


Propane, also known as liquefied petroleum gas (LPG), LP gas and/or bottled gas, is stored as a liquid and is nontoxic, colorless, and normally odorless, though an odor (something like a rotten egg) is added for a clear detection of the gas. Typically stored as a liquid, propane is commonly used for space and water heating, cooking, transportation (called Autogas when used as vehicle fuel), farming, commercial business, and other purposes such as camping.


But you may be thinking, “Is this seemingly common fuel safe”? Yes, in fact, it is one of the safest types of fuel. It is guaranteed to be the cleanest fuel, high in reliability, accessibility, efficiency, and easily maintainable.



Though one of the safest and cleanest fuels, propane can be hazardous if not used correctly. Learning to identify the smell of the gas at the time of purchase can help to prevent unnecessary problems. If your gas leaks and you begin to smell it, do not touch anything electrical such as light switches and phones. Immediately vacate everyone from the building with the leak. Once outside turn off the valve found either on the tank, meter or service entrance. Then call McLamb’s LP Gas and Supplies and/or fire department. The reason for calling the fire department is because propane gas has the potential of burning or exploding if ignited.

In the event of any natural disaster such as a hurricane, flood, tornado, etc., the thing to do first of all is to secure the propane tank and turn off the main valve. Also make sure that the fuel supply level is above 30 percent. After the disaster has passed, look for any signs of damage, and if any call McLamb’s LP Gas and Supplies.

Other safety tips include never tampering with gas supply lines, always call your gas supplier, McLamb’s LP Gas and Supplies, when the tank has shifted or moved, when either the tank regulator or appliances have been exposed to water, or when the lines have bent or broken. When using a grill, make sure the lid of the grill is open; never light a gas grill with the lid closed. After turning on the gas supplier and turning the ignition to high, light your grill and adjust the burners to the desired temperature.

McLamb's truck

Propane Service Areas

Counties: Harnett, Sampson, Johnston, Cumberland, Wake (North Carolina)

Towns and Communities: Angier, Benson, Bunn Level, Clayton, Clinton, Dunn, Eastover, Erwin, Falcon, Four Oaks, Fuquay-Varina, Garner, Godwin, Kennebec, Lillington, Linden, McGees Crossroads, Newton Grove, Smithfield, Wade, Willow Springs (NC)

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