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?
Imagine coming home to a roaring fire at the click of a button, with no wood fire setup or cleanup – or keeping your family safe and warm during a power outage when the electrical grid is down.
“How safe is it?”
It’s one of the first questions we get when we’re talking to customers about a propane conversion for their Massachusetts home.
As we saw in our last blog, you can make a pretty good case for switching from electricity to propane in your Massachusetts home – at least from an efficiency standpoint.
Did you know that almost any appliance that runs on electricity can operate more efficiently on propane? That means that by switching to propane appliances, you will save money and save the planet.
September is upon us, believe it or not – which means that autumn’s cool days and nights aren’t far behind (not that you can tell with the weather we’re having this week).
Automatic propane delivery makes it easy for you to stay safe and warm in any weather – and it helps us plan more efficient delivery routes so we can quickly and easily reach people who need fuel most. Win-win, right?
If you recently bought a home that is powered with propane – or if you don’t yet have a full year’s worth of experience running household propane equipment under your belt – you may wonder how often you can expect to refill your propane tank.
Heating oil prices can be pretty unpredictable these days – which is why it pays to cover all your bases when it comes to heating oil delivery.