One of the questions we sometimes hear from our customers after they experience a propane leak is “how much gas did I lose?” It’s an understandable question, given that you’re paying for that propane – and it’s easy to imagine you’re losing a lot when the gas is invisible!
When it comes to helping our veterans and people who need it most, Home Depot – our largest BBQ Tank X-change customer – knows how to do the right thing: each year, through the Home Depot Foundation , the company donates millions of dollars to victims of natural disasters and supports military veterans through a number of worthy organizations.
Spring is almost here (yay!), which means it’s time to start thinking about firing up your propane grill for another memorable year of outdoor living.
If we asked most of our readers what a water heater looked like, they’d probably say something like “a giant, ugly tin can.”
If you have a propane-powered home, a keen sense of smell and a quick mind can be two of your best allies when it comes to keeping your family safe.
You probably know that propane is versatile enough to power just about any appliance in your home – but did you know it was one of the greenest fuels around, too?
Still writing a check to pay your bills? Why not make life a little easier by paying your gas bill online?
When temperatures ride a rollercoaster as they have in recent weeks, it’s easy to lose track of how much fuel you have left in your propane tank – until one day you come home to a cold house.
Well, if there’s one thing we’ve learned so far in 2018, it’s that when it comes to weather, anything can happen:
When we hit a cold snap like the one we’re coming to the end of now, it pays to remember that 80 percent of the propane we use to heat our home gets used during between November and March…