When you’ve been in business for more than 60 years, you know your customers, and the pros at James Oxygen & Supply know western North Carolina better than any other propane provider.
That makes us the local company you can trust for dependable propane delivery and service for your home or business.
While our product offerings and our service area have grown a great deal since our founding, in 1956, the foundation that has kept us around this long remains. We are committed to providing quality propane at a fair price, safe and courteous propane delivery, and the best possible service for our residential and commercial propane customers.
Keep your western North Carolina home warm with high-efficiency propane heating.
You’ll use less energy and save money with a propane water heater. And you can also get a propane tankless water heater for endless hot water, on demand!
There’s a reason professional chefs prefer propane for cooking. With propane, you get precise and instant temperature control to help your food come out just right. That’s something you can’t get with an electric stove.
Add cozy warmth to your home with a propane fireplace, a freestanding stove or other hearth products—no work involved!
You can keep the lights on, vital medical equipment running and your phone charged when you have a propane generator.
Propane wall heaters can make unheated spaces like sunporches, garages and finished attics usable all year.
Summertime is a great time for propane, and not just to fill the tank on your BBQ grill. Propane makes your outdoor living better: heating your pool or patio and lighting your firepit, making your backyard a great gathering spot.
Propane is an essential fuel for many businesses around western North Carolina.
With propane, you can keep the power running by using a propane generator so that you can keep doing business in the case of an outage. It also makes sure that the HVAC that protects your business’s critical technology, like computers and services, stays on.
Propane allows restaurants and commercial or institutional kitchens to make a high volume of quality food.
Factories, warehouses and farms use propane forklifts, because they have low emission levels, so they’re safe for indoor use, and they last longer on the job than electric forklifts.
On construction sites, propane is used for equipment and vehicles, temporary heating equipment, and generators that can charge power tools.