Propane New Jersey
Sparta Township is a township in Sussex County, New Jersey. As of the 2010 United States Census, the township's population was 19,722, reflecting an increase of 1,642 from the 18,080 counted in the 2000 Census. The township has a total area of around 38.80 square miles with about 36.79 square miles of that being land and about 2.02 square miles of the total area being water. Sparta was organized as a township by an act of the New Jersey Legislature on April 14, 1845, from portions of Byram Township, Frankford Township, Hardyston Township, and (the now-defunct) Newton Township. The township was named after the existing community of Sparta, which had been settled and named years before, the name likely coming from Sparta, Greece. Ogdensburg borough was incorporated on February 26, 1914, from portions of Sparta Township. The New Jersey Midland Railroad opened to Ogdensburg in 1872 for zinc ore traffic, but in 1882 the line was extended to Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania, and a station was built at Sparta, giving tourists easy access to the many boarding houses that served summer residents from the cities. Passenger service ended in 1935, but by then Sparta was well established as a summer destination.
While in Sparta, you may be looking for a new power source to use. Whether you’re looking to power a nightclub, retirement home, or just your average house, you can look to propane as a useful power source. Here at Gastec, our propane company with exceptional service and prices, we can help you figure out what type of propane you need and how to use it. Not to mention our prices! Some companies will have your wallets crying after a propane installation, and while your wallet may shed a tear with us, it will be out of joy. We believe you deserve good service for a good price, so we’re going up against other companies who are trying to rob you. At the risk of making us sound EVEN better, we must mention that we also offer delivery services for our propane! Our staff are experts in propane and all of its types. We offer both residential and commercial propane, so you can do anything from keeping the lights on in your home to powering a forklift in your big commercial building. We’re looking forward to hearing from you, and putting you on your journey to propane usage.