residential propane gas

Holiday Propane Safety Tips

What is propane? Propane also is known as LPG or Liquefied Petroleum Gas is a liquid fuel stored under pressure. The propane is being vaporized to a gas before it leaves the tank. When mixed with oxygen, propane is highly flammable and can be ignited by a lot of sources. It includes open flames, smoking…

Agricultural Propane Gas

Top Benefits of using Propane for Agriculture

Nearly 900,000 farms in the United States use propane as revealed by the Propane Education and Research Council (PERC). It becomes clearer that farmers find more evident uses and benefits for it beyond domestic appliances and heating. Propane is a gas that is converted into liquid under moderate pressure. As a heating fuel, it is…

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Why Use Propane?

According to the 2009 Residential Energy Consumption Survey, almost 85% of households in the United States use natural gas or electricity and more than 10% rely on propane. Propane users may be significantly small in US homeowners but there have been mix figures. A majority of propane users serve in rural areas while heating oil serves…

Propane Safety Check Up

Propane Safety Tips

Propane gas usage spans from residential homes to businesses big or small. Although it is a cheap and efficient means of heating your house or powering up your business equipment, propane when mishandled can also cost you a lot. If you don’t want to lose valuable property or business establishment to propane fuel, here are…

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Advantages of Using Propane to the Environment

In America alone, 18 billion gallons of propane are used every year to meet the demands of household needs and workloads, like cooking food, washing clothes, making shelters safe and comfortable and even making vehicles, run for traveling purposes. A few people may use propane alone, however, some other people use propane alongside electricity in…