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Do I Need A Pilot Light For My Propane Gas Furnace?

Posted: November 18, 2020

Many homeowners may be surprised when they find out that their furnace doesn’t have a pilot light (also known as a standing pilot or safety pilot). But pilot lights have become outdated technology for gas-powered furnaces and most other gas-burning appliances, like water heaters, fireplaces and stoves. Today’s furnaces ignite the propane gas through advanced […]

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Sleeping with Space Heaters On: Don’t Do It

Sleeping With Space Heaters On: Don’t Do It

Posted: October 26, 2020

When a cold snap comes our way this winter in Tennessee, it may be tempting to leave a propane space heater running in your bedroom so you can get extra warmth while you’re asleep. Don’t do it.

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Why You Can’t Always Smell a Propane Gas Leak

Propane Gas Leaks: Why You Can’t Always Smell Them

Posted: September 25, 2020

In its natural form, propane is odorless, but manufacturers deliberately add a chemical compound to give it a strong unpleasant smell. This odorized propane is usually described as something similar to the odor of rotten eggs or a skunk’s spray. But there are situations that may prevent you from detecting that telltale odor. Sometimes, conditions […]

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How Does a Propane Gas Fire Pit Work?

How Does A Propane Gas Fire Pit Work?

Posted: August 28, 2020

A great way to take advantage of propane’s versatility during the late summer and early fall is with an outdoor propane fire pit. Gas fire pits are available in a wide range of materials, styles and sizes, so it’s easy to find the right design for your backyard space.

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Additional Propane Rebates are Available in 2020—But Funds are Limited

Additional Propane Rebates Available In 2020 – But Funds Are Limited

Posted: July 14, 2020

Propane continues to be one of the best choices available for energizing your home. And modernizing with new propane appliances is easier in 2020—and quite affordable, thanks to rebates that could save you hundreds of dollars on your investment.

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