North Star Energy Energy, LLC
Our shared interest in North Star Energy, LLC also saw success, achieving a profitable bottom line, start up of the Ipswich Sun Terminal bulk plant which has 120,000 gallons of total capacity now in operation, and hiring a new general manager. While North Star continues to be profitable completely on its own, the high cost of propane is a concern. This is why North Star was created. It is a trustworthy company that will never allow excessive profit-taking during times of above-normal propane costs.
General Manager Terry Heinz is doing an excellent job running the day-to-day activities of the business.
North Star will start the summer fills sometime around the 1st of July and continue to the end of August. They will also have Budget, Pay-As-You-Go and Pre-Pay contracts available for next season. Unfortunately, energy markets remain strong and it appears prices will not retreat any time soon. North Star is expecting propane to be competitively priced as last year.
The company would also like to remind customers that it has qualified personnel to service your home air conditioning needs this summer. North Star also sells traditional water heaters as well as tankless, Heat-N-Glow fireplaces, conventional and geothermal heat pumps and all types of traditional furnaces and boilers. They have proven to be a very reliable, competitively-priced product line. Employees are also qualified to service commercial heating and air conditioning accounts. North Star Energy has technicians located in Selby, Bowdle and now Ipswich to better serve the entire customer area.
Summer is a good time to have regulators replaced if they are outdated. Anytime service has been interrupted or out of propane status, the line needs to be pressure checked to insure there are no leaks. North Star bulk truck drivers have been replacing regulators that are outdated or of any other unsafe conditions. This is for the customer's safety. We have all heard of propane explosions and the destruction and injuries that they produce. This can be caused by equipment in poor condition or installations made by unqualified workers.
Propane is a very safe source of fuel and equipment is designed with many safety features to prevent these types of accidents, but must be installed correctly and serviced periodically. For questions on service or safety issues call 1-877-754-8673.