Why You Can’t Always Smell Gas The start of the heating season is a perfect time to review some propane safety protocols that are sometimes overlooked. For instance, do you know the reasons why you can’t always smell a propane gas leak? 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. However, there are situations that may prevent you from detecting that odor. Sometimes, conditions in your home – […]
If you use propane in your Delaware Valley home, you’ll be glad to know you are relying on one of the most environmentally friendly energy sources. For starters, propane is not toxic! It does not spill, pool, or leave a residue, which makes it harmless to soil or water in the event of a tank leak. Propane also emits less than half the greenhouse gas emissions of electricity to produce the same amount of energy. That’s because the majority of the electricity used in our country is produced by coal-fired or natural gas-powered plants. Additionally, if you are using a […]
We Can Estimate Your Fuel Usage Based on How Cold It Is Outside. There’s a reason why most of our heating oil and propane customers take advantage of our free automatic delivery service. This is a proven method that allows us to manage your fuel supply, freeing you up to handle other important household tasks during the heating season. Here is how it works. Our computer system tracks how much fuel your home will typically use based on how cold it is outside. We will deliver fuel automatically to you, usually when your oil tank gets to be one-quarter full […]
One of the last things on your mind in August is keeping warm inside your home on a cold winter day. But if you’re thinking about replacing the heating system in your home this year, now is a perfect time to beat the fall rush and get the work done.
You probably take your water heater for granted – until you get shocked by seeing a pool of water forming at the bottom of your tank.
If you are handy with tools and you like do-it-yourself projects, it could be tempting to try taking on the repair of one of your propane appliances yourself.