Today’s propane space heaters are efficient, powerful devices that can really transform a hard-to-heat living space in your North Carolina home – whether that space is your basement, a sunroom, a garage, or even a whole section of your home.
You probably take your water heater for granted – until a cold shower or a pool of water in your basement lets you know that it is taking some time off, perhaps for good.
Propane has one of the best safety records of any home energy source – but it is still critical to know what to do if the unexpected occurs in your propane-powered home, especially in the winter.
There’s nothing better than coming home to a roaring fire on a cold day – especially if all you have to do is push a button to get that fire started.
When most people think of propane , they think of barbecue tanks and camping stoves.
Don’t look now, but September is just around the corner — which means that before you know it, you’ll be reaching for the thermostat to take the chill out of the autumn air.
Summer is the perfect time to hit the road and see America – and if you’re lucky enough to have your travels take you to see the wonders of our National Parks, be on the lookout for a propane logo on the back of the park’s tour and maintenance vehicles.
We’ve certainly had our share of up and down weather over the last year, with single-day 30 degree temperature swings becoming common occurrences.
Did you know that water heating is the 2nd largest operating expense in your home – typically accounting for 14-18 percent of your utilities each month, according to the Department of Energy (DOE)?
Propane is, without question, one of the most versatile ways to power your home comfort equipment – but that flexibility wouldn’t matter very much if it didn’t also do its job so well.