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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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Get A Propane Back-up Generator, Don’t Trust The Electric Grid!

Posted: April 5, 2021

The fragile electric infrastructure in this country has failed us time and again, causing massive disruption, frustration, and discomfort. We all followed with sadness the tragic, widespread energy disaster that occurred in Texas last winter. And we’ve all experienced a number of uncomfortable power outages in Tennessee over the years as well. In preparation, some […]

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Propane And Outdoor Living: Perfect Together

Posted: March 22, 2021

Tennesseans have spent a lot more time lounging in their backyard since COVID-19 entered our lives a little over a year ago. While everyone is cautiously optimistic about the end of restrictions soon as the nationwide vaccine roll-out accelerates, there’s no reason not to enhance your outdoor living opportunities in your own backyard. So, with […]

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Propane Keeps You Warmer Than Electricity

Posted: February 22, 2021

Our country is experiencing a short-term energy crisis due to extreme winter weather, rising prices and wide-spread power failures that left millions of people without heat. Fortunately, millions of Americans have been able to rely on propane for warmth, hot water and cooking– even if their power goes out. Watch this short video. The Rush […]

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Winter Propane Safety Tips For Your Home

Posted: January 28, 2021

Being aware of propane safety practices is important year-round, but the coldest time of the year brings us specific challenges and potential hazards. Here are some tips to remain safe as you hunker down in your propane home during the worst of winter. Avoid Run-outs As a general rule, you should schedule your next delivery […]

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