We all know how great food tastes when it’s prepared on a propane gas grill. But can that great-tasting food also be healthy?
If you own a propane-powered home, one of your biggest responsibilities is to make sure that everyone in it knows what to do in a propane emergency – including, or maybe even especially, your children.
If you live in a conventional home here in North Carolina (as most of us do), you pay a utility bill to keep the lights and heat on, with your home doing little (if anything) to contribute to your energy bottom line.
When it comes to investing in a new propane appliance, seeing – and touching – is believing.
Most people don’t want to watch the level on their fuel tank all winter long–and no one wants to deal with the consequences of running out of propane or heating oil during a cold snap here in eastern North Carolina.
Winter is in full swing here in North Carolina, and with it comes winter energy bills.
When most people think of a water heater, they think of that big metal cylinder that takes up a corner of the basement.
It’s been a mild early fall here in North Carolina so far in 2019, but we all know that won’t last. The question is, will you be ready for the first stretch of cold weather when it arrives?
Most of us love the warm, inviting glow of a fireplace. The problem – at least if you have a traditional wood burning hearth – is how much effort it takes to get just a few hours of enjoyment from it.
There’s nothing like seeing a new piece of home comfort equipment in action to know whether or not it’s right for your North Carolina home.