A record-setting hurricane season is upon us in the Southern US, and as always your safety is our first concern. Here are some severe weather safety reminders for your family:
You probably already know that propane is one of the most versatile fuels around – but did you know that it can also grow your house?
Many people don’t know this, but Cherry Energy is a fourth generation business, founded in 1928. When you’ve been around that long, it can be tempting to lean on what you know, hoping that your experience alone will lead to success.
With as much uncertainty as there is in the world today, we’re guessing that anything we can do to bring some predictability to your day-to-day life would be welcomed with open arms.
If you have a propane tank but only use it to power your furnace or grill, you’re not taking full advantage of propane’s amazing versatility.
Severe weather has become more common in recent years, and with that severe weather comes the potential for inconvenient – or even dangerous – power outages.
Auto-Fill is one of the best features of our iFuel program – a great way to take the worry of managing your heating oil or propane supply and helping you to prevent costly (and risky) propane run-outs.
Installing solar panels can be a great move for your North Carolina home or business. But considering the fact that solar panels last 25 to 30 years and are costly to remove, it’s smart to make sure the roof underneath them is up to the task.
Running out of propane gas can be more than an inconvenience – it can create safety risks in your North Carolina home, and cost you money, too.
Here are just some of the problems running out of propane can cause:
Heating oil sludge – a combination of dirt, rust, and oxidized fuel that settles to the bottom of the tank – can cause some real problems if it gets into the supply line of your heating system, where it can rob your equipment of efficiency and even cause it to seize.