The guy told me he could get me on the schedule in two weeks. Praying we didn't get any more snow, I agreed.
The 16th, no delivery. That evening about an inch fell. Should still be okay, I thought. The 17th, still no delivery. That evening we left for a two week vacation.
January 1st we arrived home to find our city in the midst of a -40 cold snap, our front door open, the propane bill immediately inside on the floor, and the entire house -40.
Thanks, Suburban Propane!
We're convinced it was them, but have no proof. There was some evidence that they had some small difficulties with our drive so I wonder if they did it on purpose in revenge not knowing the temp would plummet and we wouldn't be home for two weeks.
Quick edit: We live in Alaska and we, like the bulk of people up here, don't keep our doors locked.
Son of edit: Although I will definitely be locking the door when deliveries are expected from now on, that's for sure. They can hang the bill on the handle.