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Convert Your Wood Burning Fireplace to Propane

June 24, 2019
Have you ever come in from a cold North Carolina winter day and wanted a warm, glowing fire but just didn’t want to face the chore of setting up a fire in your wood burning fireplace? Are you tired of the maintenance? Or have you not used your wood fireplace in years because it’s in […]
Propane grill

How to Use a Propane Grill

June 10, 2019
With the 4th of July holiday weekend nearly here, many people are planning backyard barbecues for friends and family. Hopefully, you have a propane grill that’s ready to handle the load. For starters, it’s a lot less work than dragging out and preparing a charcoal grill for your cookout. Compared to charcoal grilling, using a […]

Cooking, Heating and More Appliances: Propane Gives You Versatility and Value

May 20, 2019
Posted: May 20, 2019 It’s amazing how many different ways you can use propane. It’s a super versatile fuel that can be used to fuel fireplaces, clothes dryers, outdoor grills, space heaters, water heaters, generators and more. Of course, propane can also heat your entire home as well. When you use propane appliances in your […]

Energy Efficiency, Propane and America’s Clean Energy Future

May 6, 2019
Posted: May 6, 2019 North Carolina’s propane industry is proud to be part of the state’s new initiative to reduce emissions and energy consumption. The good news is, propane already provides a number of ways for the state to meet its objective of reducing the state’s greenhouse gas emissions by 40% from 2005 levels by […]

Make it a Better Summer in North Carolina with Propane Grilling

April 15, 2019
There’s nothing like summer in North Carolina. Whether you’re hosting the big Fourth of July cookout, or vacationing on the Outer Banks, it’s the season to do some serious grilling. But then the usual question always seems to come up: what’s the better way to cook outdoors: with propane or charcoal? Charcoal is great for […]

Tankless Propane Water Heaters: Ideal for North Carolina Homeowners Part 2

March 15, 2019
Posted: March 15, 2019 In our previous post, we explained the benefits of propane tankless water heaters and why they represent a perfect fit for today’s on-demand world. Our exploration continues here, with a focus on how you can go about choosing the perfect tankless water heating unit for your North Carolina home. Depending on […]

Tankless Propane Water Heaters: Ideal for North Carolina Homeowners

February 15, 2019
Posted: February 15, 2019 The wave of the future is happening now—even when it comes to hot water. These days, when a consumer wants something, they can generally get it with the click of a mouse or tap of a screen. And with hot water, it’s no different—when there’s a propane tankless water heater in […]

Can My Propane Really Freeze?

January 18, 2019
We all feel fortunate to live in North Carolina, but sometimes we feel extra fortunate, especially after following the reports of the brutal cold that affected our friends in the Midwest during the last week in January. Chicago’s temperature fell to minus 27 degrees (without the wind chill factor!), there were fears about a natural […]

Can I Always Smell a Propane Gas Leak?

January 2, 2019
Periodically, your propane company will mail you information that explains steps to take if you smell gas, as well as topics like propane gas detectors, carbon monoxide safety, general appliance safety tips and more. You may also recall that the safety materials you received contained a “Scratch and Sniff” test—allowing you to easily recognize the […]

Water Heater Energy Saving Tips

December 14, 2018
Posted: December 14, 2018 Typically, the average family in the United States goes through about 70 gallons of hot water every single day. That accounts for bathing, washing up, and all the water used in various appliances, such as dishwashers and washing machines. All things considered, it’s easy to see why hot water accounts for […]
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Propane fireplace

Convert Your Wood Burning Fireplace to Propane

June 24, 2019

Have you ever come in from a cold North Carolina winter day and wanted a warm, glowing fire but just didn’t want to face the chore of setting up a fire in your wood burning fireplace? Are you tired of the maintenance? Or have you not used your wood fireplace in years because it’s in […]

Propane grill

How to Use a Propane Grill

June 10, 2019

With the 4th of July holiday weekend nearly here, many people are planning backyard barbecues for friends and family. Hopefully, you have a propane grill that’s ready to handle the load. For starters, it’s a lot less work than dragging out and preparing a charcoal grill for your cookout. Compared to charcoal grilling, using a […]

Cooking, Heating and More Appliances: Propane Gives You Versatility and Value

May 20, 2019

It’s amazing how many different ways you can use propane. It’s a super versatile fuel that can be used to fuel fireplaces, clothes dryers, outdoor grills, space heaters, water heaters, generators and more.

Read More

Energy Efficiency, Propane and America’s Clean Energy Future

May 6, 2019

North Carolina’s propane industry is proud to be part of the state’s new initiative to reduce emissions and energy consumption.

Read More

Make it a Better Summer in North Carolina with Propane Grilling

April 15, 2019
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Tankless Propane Water Heaters: Ideal for North Carolina Homeowners Part 2

March 15, 2019

In our previous post, we explained the benefits of propane tankless water heaters and why they represent a perfect fit for today’s on-demand world.

Read More

Tankless Propane Water Heaters: Ideal for North Carolina Homeowners

February 15, 2019

The wave of the future is happening now—even when it comes to hot water.

Read More

Can My Propane Really Freeze?

January 18, 2019
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Can I Always Smell a Propane Gas Leak?

January 2, 2019
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Water Heater Energy Saving Tips

December 14, 2018

Typically, the average family in the United States goes through about 70 gallons of hot water every single day.

Read More