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1709 N Main St,
Fuquay-Varina, NC 27526

Petroleum Products for North Carolina Homes & Businesses

We deliver gasoline, kerosene and diesel fuel across Central North Carolina!

In addition to comprehensive propane delivery and service in portions of Wake, Harnett, Johnston, Chatham and Lee counties in North Carolina, K.B. Johnson Oil & Gas also offers a safe and convenient way to supply your petroleum needs for gasoline, heating oil, fuel oil, kerosene, off-road fuel oil and highway diesel.

With on-site petroleum storage tanks, K.B. Johnson serves businesses of all sizes with petroleum fuel delivery, and we offer you the option of either will-call or automatic delivery. If you live or do business in central North Carolina, contact us today to learn about our dependable, economical petroleum delivery service.

How much fuel should I order if I want to fill my tank?

Almost all KBJ Propane tanks have a gauge located on the tank. Most propane tank gauges read anywhere from 5% to 90%. To determine how much gas is in your propane tank, multiply the outage reading by the capacity of the tank.

For example:
A 500-gallon propane tank at 40% = 500 x 0.4 = 200 gallons remaining in the tank.

PLEASE NOTE: These figures are approximate and can only be used to determine estimated gallons in the tank. Temperature and gauge accuracy may make some readings unreliable. And remember, if your tank gauge reads less than 30%, be sure to give us a call or order online to schedule a fill-up right away!

1. Check your tank gauge

Whether your heating oil tank is aboveground outdoors, or in your basement, you can look on top of the tank for a device similar to the one shown here:

Tank gauge
Tank gauge

ex. This tank shows it is 28% full.

2. Select the amount of fuel you have:

Tank Size:
My tank gauge shows it is full.
This means I have approximately 0 gallons of fuel in my tank.
Amount needed to fill tank: 0 gallons.

3. Go to our order fuel page and schedule a delivery.

Go to our order fuel page and enter the number of gallons you need. Once we receive the email, we’ll contact you to let you know our delivery date!

Note: To allow for fuel expansion and safe deliveries, an oil tank holds slightly less fuel than its official full capacity. For example, with a 275-gallon tank, the actual usable capacity ranges from 250-256 gallons. Please keep this in mind when placing your order.