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Gas-on-Tap

Gas-on-tap is the latest convenience offering from us, the idea is to make your bottled gas supply as convenient as electricity used to be before the Eskom "troubles".

Basically, we come to your home (up to 4 times a month, this is agreed up front, but can be changed at any time) weigh your bottles, give you replacements for the bottles and charge you just for the gas you have used.

You will have a wallet with us that covers you for your gas consumption and also for your monthly membership. The wallet can be topped up periodically through our website and (soon) our app. Or we can huf-and-puff and blow your house down for the money, your call.

The service is available anywhere in Gauteng

To Summarise

  • We will visit up to 4 times a month
    • We give you full replacements for all your cylinders on site
    • We weigh your existing bottles on site
    • We calculate whats missing from each bottle
    • We remove the existing (used) bottles
    • We bill you only for the gas that's been used
    • We schnack the invoice amount from your wallet and update you with your status
    • All this is captured on camera so we are ready for any squabbles that may pop up
  • Rinse and repeat

Beta Program

We are out of Beta, the program was lauched officially on Monday 3 August 2020 (the year the world went made).

Please drop us your details here and we will contact you VERY SHORTLY to make the required arrangements, if we take longer than a few hours to get to you, please drop us a line at grumpy@thegascompany.co.za and we'll publically sacrifice the offending peon in your name.

Registration

Thanks - we've received your application, we'll be in touch shortly

The thought of running out of gas in the middle of a shower with a head full of shampoo-lather and a dripping saggy bottom causing you anxiety?

Gas-on-tap means never running out of gas and never having to collect your own gas and no massive monthly bills when that bad boy does eventually run dry

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