If you’re using a propane cooking range, you’re already saving as much as 50 percent of the energy you’d use if you had an electric stove and cooktop.
Your propane water heater is a workhorse in your Massachusetts home – and you pay for its labor to the tune of a about 20 percent of your monthly energy bill.
If you own a propane clothes dryer, you’re already paying less to dry your clothes than your electric dryer-owning neighbors – and getting longer-lasting clothes to boot (since gas-powered dryers reduce static cling).
Another September is winding down, and despite the unseasonably warm temperatures we’ve been seeing here in Massachusetts, we all know what’s coming.
Finding a thermostat temperature that balances cost and comfort is the key to getting the most from your home heating system. The question is, how do you do that in your Massachusetts home?
In part one of this blog, we talked about some important considerations if you want to install a propane fireplace from scratch.
Who doesn’t love sitting in front of a fire on a cold January night in Massachusetts?
You probably know propane is one of best ways to keep your home warm through the cool fall and cold winter months here in Massachusetts.
Think a friend might benefit from being a Pioneer customer? If you send them our way, you could earn cash for both of you!
The hazy, lazy days of summer are still upon us here in Massachusetts, but don’t let the weather fool you into forgetting we live in New England – and that cool days and nights are not far away.