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Atlantic Hurricane Season Begins this Month

Atlantic Hurricane Season Begins This Month

June 18, 2020
June 1 marks the official beginning of the Atlantic hurricane season and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) forecasts a 60% chance of a worse than normal hurricane season, including up to six major hurricanes possibly in the mix. (An average season brings us three major hurricanes). With the COVID-19 pandemic still causing havoc, officials […]
Should I Convert My Electric Water Heater to Propane Gas?

Should I Convert My Electric Water Heater To Propane Gas?

May 19, 2020
Beyond your furnace heating your home and your air conditioning keeping everyone cool, the most indispensable appliance in your North Carolina home is your water heater. With everybody staying home more than ever before, it’s only natural for people to ponder such questions as: should I convert my electric water heater to gas? Or conversely, […]
Propane-powered school bus fleets lead us into the future

Propane-Powered School Bus Fleets Lead Us Into The Future

April 27, 2020
Many states, including North Carolina, have been adopting alternative-energy incentive programs, resulting in more school districts purchasing propane autogas buses. To help this movement further, the North Carolina Department of Environmental Quality has allotted millions of dollars for school districts that wanted to replace old, air-polluting diesel buses with clean-burning propane-powered vehicles to transport children […]
Can I install or repair any propane appliances on my own?

Propane Appliances: Can I Install Or Fix Them?

March 30, 2020
If you’ve been using propane in your home for a while, you probably know this is one of the safest fuels around. But despite propane’s impeccable safety record, if you ever need a propane equipment repair or want to install a gas appliance, always call in a professional. Watching “how-to” videos online or reading some […]
How does a propane gas fireplace work?

How Does A Propane Gas Fireplace Work?

February 21, 2020
There’s something special about the warmth and ambiance that a fireplace brings to a home. A propane gas fireplace will give you that real flame experience—and so much more. Propane Fireplace Basics Propane gas fireplaces can be installed indoors or out and they are more efficient and better for the environment than wood-burning models. They also deliver […]
Reasons you can't always smell a propane gas leak

Reasons You Can’t Always Smell a Propane Gas Leak

January 20, 2020
Your propane company mails you information from time to time to keep you informed about propane safety. You may recall finding in these safety materials a “Scratch and Sniff” test—allowing you to easily recognize the distinct smell of propane. In its natural form, propane is odorless, but manufacturers deliberately add a chemical compound to give […]
Large propane tank

Your North Carolina Propane Dealer Works Hard to Ensure a Reliable Supply

December 23, 2019
If you take advantage of programs such as early fill-ups, automatic deliveries and prebuy, obtaining propane whenever you need it is easy. But for propane suppliers, planning can be more complex and that process often begins twelve months before deliveries even reach customers. Predicting the volume of fuel that each customer needs represents a key […]
Water heater

When Should I Replace My Propane Water Heater?

November 25, 2019
One of the best ways to ensure you’ll always have a plentiful supply of hot water at the ready is by using a propane water heater. But a propane hot water heater won’t last forever, unfortunately. It is bound to eventually wear out, unfortunately, like any type of mechanical equipment that is likely in constant […]
Checking BBQ propane

How to Know How Much Gas is Left in Your Propane BBQ Cylinder

September 30, 2019
Everyone knows that the grilling season in North Carolina doesn’t end with summer. So of course, you always want to make sure you have enough propane left in your grill’s tank for your next fall cookout. Since most propane barbecue cylinders don’t come with a built-in gauge, you may need another way to figure out […]

Propane Safety and Hurricanes

September 4, 2019
Posted: September 4, 2019 Long-time North Carolina residents have a lot of experience getting ready for damaging storms, but it never hurts to do a quick safety review. Here are some reminders. Create an emergency preparedness plan and review it with your family. Your list should include instructions on how to turn off your propane […]
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Propane Safety and Hurricanes

Atlantic Hurricane Season Begins this Month

Atlantic Hurricane Season Begins This Month

June 18, 2020

June 1 marks the official beginning of the Atlantic hurricane season and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) forecasts a 60% chance of a worse than normal hurricane season, including up to six major hurricanes possibly in the mix. (An average season brings us three major hurricanes). With the COVID-19 pandemic still causing havoc, officials […]

Should I Convert My Electric Water Heater to Propane Gas?

Should I Convert My Electric Water Heater To Propane Gas?

May 19, 2020

Beyond your furnace heating your home and your air conditioning keeping everyone cool, the most indispensable appliance in your North Carolina home is your water heater. With everybody staying home more than ever before, it’s only natural for people to ponder such questions as: should I convert my electric water heater to gas? Or conversely, […]

Propane-powered school bus fleets lead us into the future

Propane-Powered School Bus Fleets Lead Us Into The Future

April 27, 2020

Many states, including North Carolina, have been adopting alternative-energy incentive programs, resulting in more school districts purchasing propane autogas buses. To help this movement further, the North Carolina Department of Environmental Quality has allotted millions of dollars for school districts that wanted to replace old, air-polluting diesel buses with clean-burning propane-powered vehicles to transport children […]

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Can I install or repair any propane appliances on my own?

Propane Appliances: Can I Install Or Fix Them?

March 30, 2020

If you’ve been using propane in your home for a while, you probably know this is one of the safest fuels around. But despite propane’s impeccable safety record, if you ever need a propane equipment repair or want to install a gas appliance, always call in a professional. Watching “how-to” videos online or reading some […]

Read More
How does a propane gas fireplace work?

How Does A Propane Gas Fireplace Work?

February 21, 2020

There’s something special about the warmth and ambiance that a fireplace brings to a home. A propane gas fireplace will give you that real flame experience—and so much more. Propane Fireplace Basics Propane gas fireplaces can be installed indoors or out and they are more efficient and better for the environment than wood-burning models. They also deliver […]

Read More
Reasons you can't always smell a propane gas leak

Reasons You Can’t Always Smell a Propane Gas Leak

January 20, 2020

Your propane company mails you information from time to time to keep you informed about propane safety. You may recall finding in these safety materials a “Scratch and Sniff” test—allowing you to easily recognize the distinct smell of propane. In its natural form, propane is odorless, but manufacturers deliberately add a chemical compound to give […]

Read More
Large propane tank

Your North Carolina Propane Dealer Works Hard to Ensure a Reliable Supply

December 23, 2019

If you take advantage of programs such as early fill-ups, automatic deliveries and prebuy, obtaining propane whenever you need it is easy. But for propane suppliers, planning can be more complex and that process often begins twelve months before deliveries even reach customers. Predicting the volume of fuel that each customer needs represents a key […]

Read More
Water heater

When Should I Replace My Propane Water Heater?

November 25, 2019

One of the best ways to ensure you’ll always have a plentiful supply of hot water at the ready is by using a propane water heater. But a propane hot water heater won’t last forever, unfortunately. It is bound to eventually wear out, unfortunately, like any type of mechanical equipment that is likely in constant […]

Read More
Checking BBQ propane

How to Know How Much Gas is Left in Your Propane BBQ Cylinder

September 30, 2019

Everyone knows that the grilling season in North Carolina doesn’t end with summer. So of course, you always want to make sure you have enough propane left in your grill’s tank for your next fall cookout. Since most propane barbecue cylinders don’t come with a built-in gauge, you may need another way to figure out […]

Read More

Propane Safety and Hurricanes

September 4, 2019

Long-time North Carolina residents have a lot of experience getting ready for damaging storms, but it never hurts to do a quick safety review. Here are some reminders.

Read More