From washing up, to showering, to overall appliance use – including dishwashers and washing machines – the average American family goes through approximately 70 gallons of water each and every day. All of this water adds up. In fact, it comes to about 20 percent of your home’s bills.
In the world of residential and commercial fuels, propane’s safety record is hard to beat, thanks in large part to the National Propane Gas Association’s tight safety standards, which address a range of topics including running fuel lines, filling portable cylinders, installing propane tanks and hooking up appliances.
If you rely on propane to keep your home warm during the coldest of cold New York winters, you already know how well propane does its job.
Compared to electric water heaters, propane water heaters traditionally last much longer, bringing you comfort and savings along the way.
It’s no secret that natural gas is the leading home heating source in many parts of the country, yet here is something most people don’t know: many of the benefits of natural gas are also very similar to propane.
There are many ways you can make your home’s outdoor living space more fun, especially if you take full advantage of propane’s versatility. Here are a few ideas on how you can enjoy the great outdoors even more with the help of propane.
You probably already know that propane is one of the most versatile ways to power your home’s heating equipment – but that wouldn’t matter much if it didn’t also do the job so well.
The U.S. Department of Energy estimates that approximately 20 percent of a home’s energy costs are spent heating water. That’s why selecting an efficient water heater is critical — and propane fuels some of the most efficient water heating technologies available.
If you’re longing for a relaxing evening dip in the pool or spa but don’t want to wait until the next heat wave
Last year’s Atlantic hurricane season turned out to be busy, destructive and deadly, ranking it as among the top 10 most active seasons on record.