Propane Use In The Summer: What’s Normal?

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Homes use different fuels to power their heating systems. Propane is one of the most popular options because of its high efficiency, safety record, and affordable cost. However, homeowners don’t just consume propane during winter. This article discusses why you should stock up on propane during summer and the benefits of automatic propane fuel delivery.

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9 Reasons To Choose Propane Over Electricity In Your Home

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The importance of clean energy is an established fact. However, we must be careful about the strategies that we implement. The media is hailing electrification as the best solution. The conversion cost would be prohibitive, only affordable to people and businesses with limitless funds. Propane is a more accessible form of clean energy.

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How Big Does My Home Propane Tank Size Need To Be?

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Propane is one of the best fuels for home heating. It is an efficient energy source that lets homeowners save money and reduce environmental impact. There are no worries about supply interruptions since the propane tank safely resides on the property. Owners just have to make sure that they have the right propane tank size.

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Top Signs It’s Time To Switch Propane Companies

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Home propane delivery companies sometimes go into decline and fail to meet customers’ needs reliably. Other propane suppliers continue to provide adequate service, but their rates become unaffordable. If you notice any of the signs in this article, it may be time to switch to a different propane delivery company.

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Are Propane Water Heaters Worth It?

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The type of water heater you opt for impacts your energy costs, safety, carbon footprint, as well as your home’s resale value. A propane water heater is a safe, cost-effective, and environmentally-friendly option for any home. In this article, we discuss some of the main benefits of installing a propane water heater.

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How Safe Is Propane?

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Propane is a type of hydrocarbon gas that’s compressed, stored, and supplied as a liquid. The gas is non-toxic, odorless, and colorless. It’s a safe, clean, and reliable source of energy. However, many homeowners ask about propane heating safety. This article discusses more on the safety of propane home heating.

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Propane vs Natural Gas: What’s The Difference?

Propane and natural gas are two of the most popular home fueling options. They are both useful in heating houses and running certain appliances. A lot of people seem to confuse the two, thinking that they are synonymous. In this article, we discuss propane vs. natural gas and their differences.

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How Often Should You Refill Your Propane Tank?

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As a propane supplier, we are constantly asked “How often should I refill my propane tank?”. In this article, we discuss some more information on when to schedule a propane delivery for your home. This way, you can schedule a fuel delivery with enough time before your tank runs dry.

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Understanding The 80% Fill Rule For Propane Tanks

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It’s reasonable for customers to want to maximize each propane delivery. However, after filling your tank, a quick peek at the gauge shows that propane tank levels are never filled to full capacity. They usually hover around 80% at most. In this article, we discuss the reasons behind the 80% propane tank rule.

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What Happens If I Let My Tank Run Out Of Propane?

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Millions of households depend on propane for heating, cooking, and more. It’s a great choice if you want an efficient and economical fuel. However, you need to make sure that you call for a delivery when your tank is about 30% full. This article discusses what to do if you accidentally run out of propane.

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