Residential and Commercial

We would like to take this opportunity to introduce you to Texas Star Propane Services, Inc., the newest propane company in the area. Built on a strong foundation of values and superb customer service, it is a little known fact we derive from some of the most prominent propane providers in town.

Residential Propane Commercial Propane

Our History

The late Mr. Albert P. Stennett Jr. "Grandpa" began his dream of providing propane with quality service at good prices seventy years ago. His son-in-law, the late Mr. Carl Sopchak, continued that dream some years later.

In 2009, Joel Sopchak(along with his best friend of 20 years, Josh Kasprzak)began their journey of owning and running their own propane business. With Grandpa's blessing and encouragement, Josh and Joel have made that dream come true yet again. Now almost 10 years into running a successful company, they're determined to continue offer the best customer service in the propane industry by following Grandpa's core values:

"Keep your customers happy and make them want to come back."


Our Affiliates


Never lose power again! Due to increasing demand, we have teamed up with Generac Generators and can now sell and service your propane whole home back up generator.


Service Area

We are happy to deliver propane to any of the areas below. 24 hour delivery available, 7 days a week! Call or email any time for a quote and to set up your next delivery.


Payment & Billing

We offer easy, online payments and automated billing for your residential or commercial propane needs. Takes just a few minutes to get started.


How We Give Back

Every month, Texas Star Propane accepts nominations for someone in need in our local community. One family is selected to receive 100 free gallons of propane.


Frequently Asked Questions

How much can you save by using propane in your business or home? Learn the answer to this question and more on our FAQ page.



"I bought a 22 KW Generac generator and chose this size because it's more fuel efficient and because it could run the whole house – both air conditioners, two refrigerators, two freezers, TV's and all of our propane appliances (stove, water heater, clothes dryer, heating). It ran everything perfectly. My propane tank was at 75 percent when the power went out, and after 32 hours, it was down to 62 percent, so it's very fuel efficient.

My propane supplier, Texas Star Propane in Plantersville, Texas hook up the system the day before Hurricane Harvey. They suggested a free upgrade from my 250 above-ground tank to a 500-gallon above-ground tank. All I needed to pay for was the propane. It took about an hour to make the tank upgrade. I bought the generator through Texas Star Propane, which was a lot better than going through some generator company or electrical contractor I didn't know. Texas Star Propane did the complete installation "turn-key" so I didn't have to schedule and coordinate the electric provider trips, the unit installation, electricians and of course the propane connections which I would have had to do for the other companies I received quotes from. Texas Star Propane is familiar with me and can monitor my tank. We were coming down to the wire as Hurricane Harvey approached and Mike from Texas Star Propane, who sold me the generator, stayed very late into the night before the storm to work with the electricians on the final connections. He was back the next morning just hours before the storm to startup and test run the generator

I moved in May 2009 to this house located near Todd Mission, population 780, the closest town to my home. I've been flooded in the past, but the water from Hurricane Harvey only came close this time. However, we couldn't get out for four days because the roads were flooded.

I'd heard about generators for several years. My son and daughter-in-law who live with me pushed me to get one because I've lost power before because of forest fires and have had to leave my home to hook up my breathing machine. We lost power for 14 days from a forest fire about five years ago. We also experience short outages of a day or two, several times a year, when severe thunderstorms come through. I had a portable generator then, but they are no good when gas stations don't have fuel to fill them. During Hurricane Harvey, gas distribution was down and nobody had gas. We also experience short outages of a day or two, several times a year, when severe thunderstorms come through."

Mike Graham