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AmeriGas, Tyrone, PA, 16686

AmeriGas is the nation's largest propane company, serving over 2 million residential, commercial, industrial, agricultural and motor fuel propane customers from over 2,500 distribution locations in all 50 states.
Services Offered: 
Residential Services Service and refilling of existing propane tanks and/or propane home energy systems. Cylinder Refill and Repair Service and repair of portable propane gas cylinders (i.e., grill tanks). Cylinder Exchange Program Exchange empty portable propane gas cylinders for full cylinders(i.e., grill tanks). Appliances Sales, installation, and service of propane fueled appliances (i.e., gas logs, water heaters) Tank Installation - Above Ground Delivery and connection of tanks and/or propane energy systems - Above Ground Motor Fuel Service Fuel and fuel products for propane-powered automotive engines.
Phone number: 
(814) 684-1222
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Cities served: 
Tyrone, Osceola Mills, Tipton, Spruce Creek, Sandy Ridge, Warriors Mark, Bellwood, Port Matilda, Morann, Blandburg, Alexandria, Smithmill, Brisbin, Houtzdale, Ramey, Glasgow, Beccaria, Fallentimber, S
mokerun, Philipsburg, Pennsylvania Furnace, Hawk Run, Altoona, Madera, Coalport, Petersburg, Dysart, Glen Hope, Williamsburg, Munson, West Decatur, Pine Grove Mills, State College, Allport, Mc Connellstown, Wallaceton, Lanse, New Millport, Winburne, Flinton, Huntingdon, Ashville, Olanta, Coupon, University Park, Kylertown, Bigler, Irvona, Hollidaysburg, Morrisdale, Grassflat, Glen Richey, Mineral Springs, Lemont, Drifting, Hesston, Patton, Gallitzin, Chest Springs, Fleming, Woodland, Mill Creek, Julian, Boalsburg, Allensville, Curwensville, Newry, Snow Shoe, Hyde, La Jose, Saint Boniface, Loretto, Entriken, James Creek, Moshannon
Counties served: 
Blair County, Clearfield County, Huntingdon County, Centre County, Cambria County, Mifflin County
ZIPs served: 
16686, 16666, 16684, 16683, 16677, 16877, 16617, 16870, 16663, 16619, 16611, 16680, 16620, 16651, 16671, 16644, 16616, 16639, 16681, 16866, 16865, 16840, 16602, 16661, 16627, 16603, 16669, 16636, 1664
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14324 South Eagle Valley Rd
Tyrone, Pennsylvania 16686
United States
Blair County

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