One of the greatest things about propane is that it keeps your family warm during the most bitter Massachusetts winters. But can temperatures dip to the point where the propane in your tank starts to seek its own shelter from the storm? The answer is yes, in theory – but not likely in practice (at least […]
The calendar may still say November, but boy did it feel a lot like January last week in Massachusetts, didn’t it?
Thanksgiving is a time for gratitude – and there is nothing we here at Pioneer Oil and Propane are more grateful for than you, our loyal customers.
Heating season has officially begun this week here in Massachusetts as temperatures dip below the freezing mark and the days shorten as we push toward December.
Efficiency is one of the most important considerations when it comes time for a furnace upgrade, since it will go a long way toward telling you how much heating bang you’re likely to get for your energy buck.
If you’re planning to convert your home for propane use, add supplemental propane heating to a home addition, or even power your commercial business with propane, one of the most important steps you will have to take is choosing a propane tank.
On average, an American household uses more than 60 gallons of hot water a day to fill its showers, dishwasher, sinks, and washing machine.
If you’re looking for an environmentally friendly way to power your appliances without sacrificing any of the little luxuries that make a house a home, look no further than clean, green propane gas.
Propane is one of the greenest, most efficient ways to power your Massachusetts home – yet some people still think of it simply as barbecue fuel. Here are some common myths about propane – and the truth behind them.
Fall is in full swing here in Massachusetts – soon we’ll be hunkering down as the cooler days and nights arrive. But why hunker when you can luxuriate – thanks to the power of propane?