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Propane Heat vs. Electric Heat

Posted: September 8, 2021

There has been a push in recent years to make electricity the default energy choice for everything in our homes. These efforts are based on the inaccurate claim that this all-electrification movement will reduce our carbon footprint. But the fact is, this strategy could have a major negative impact on our homes, our comfort, our […]

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Heating a Pool with Propane

Heating A Pool With Propane

Posted: August 14, 2021

If you have a swimming pool in your backyard, count yourself as among the fortunate ones who have an outlet for the kids to find some respite from cabin fever. Even if the summer temperatures haven’t set it in, you can enjoy your pool sooner—and later into the fall—by heating your pool with propane.

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How Propane Makes Your Home More Energy Efficient

Posted: July 14, 2021

Do you know why propane is such an efficient fuel? To start with, propane burns hot and clean. That’s why propane-powered appliances can achieve efficiency ratings that reach well into the 90% range. In fact, propane will outperform its other-powered counterparts, especially electric ones, in just about any home comfort application, including: Water Heating. Close […]

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Summer Propane Safety Tips For Your Tennessee Home

Posted: June 10, 2021

June is an eventful month, from Father’s Day to beautiful brides to the summer solstice, the official start of summer and the longest day of the year. June also happens to be National Propane Safety Month. So, it’s a perfect time to review some safety guidelines so you can enjoy a safe summer with propane. […]

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Why Is The Flame Blue On My Propane Gas Cooktop?

Posted: May 11, 2021

The blue propane gas flame you see when you use your propane cooktop means all is well, combustion-wise. When the ratio of fuel to air is correct, there is enough oxygen for complete combustion of propane. Complete combustion and a blue flame mean that your propane is burning at its full heat, so you aren’t […]

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