Propane heaters serve a lot of purposes. They can provide heating to spaces where your home’s central heating system doesn’t reach. Why choose a propane indoor heater? It will heat a space much faster and more efficiently—with lower energy costs—than an indoor heater powered by electricity.
While propane is a remarkably safe fuel, if you need a propane heating system repair or want to install a gas appliance, always call in a professional—don’t start watching “how-to” YouTube videos!
The Atlantic hurricane season a couple years ago turned out to be destructive and deadly, which ranked that season as among the top 10 most active on record. Hurricanes usually lead to power outages. But what you may not know there are quite a few other reasons you might lose power. This includes earthquakes, flooding […]
According to the U.S. Department of Energy, heating water accounts for approximately 20 percent of a home’s energy costs. That’s why selecting an efficient water heater is critical. Propane fuels some of the most efficient water heating technologies available. By choosing an efficient propane water heating system over a standard electric water heater, you can […]
Have you ever thought about converting your old, no-longer used wood fireplace into an efficient, clean-burning and safe propane fireplace instead? This is a great time to do it, especially with the holiday season rapidly closing in on us. If you get started on this now, you could be enjoying your brand new propane fireplace […]
When it comes to choosing a propane tank for your New York home, one-size-fits-all is not an option.
You have several choices, and your local New York propane supplier will gladly assist you in making a decision. Here’s a look at the wide range propane storage tanks available.
In this digital age, it seems like people of all ages and skill levels are checking out You Tube videos for a quick-fix way to heal whatever ails their home.
Propane has a distinct edge over natural gas because of the way it’s transported and stored. After propane gets compressed into a liquid, becoming what’s called liquid petroleum gas (LPG), all of it gets stored inside large tanks until the local propane company delivers it to the on-site supply tank at a home or a business.
If you’ve dedicated part of your garage to a woodworking shop or other type of hobby center, you want to keep it warm and cozy without going through the expense of insulating the entire garage and adding piping from your home’s central heating system.
How to Use a Propane Grill There are lots of reasons people love their propane grills. One of the big reasons is the easy, precise control of heat propane grills provide. All you have to do to get more heat or less heat is turn the dial. That’s a huge advantage when you’re grilling a […]