Now that Hurricane Florence is now behind us, we hope that your family is safe and has been able to return to your North Carolina home. As the last of the floodwaters recede, please keep in mind the precautions we […]
Hurricane Florence is headed our way…be ready! Here are safety reminders as we prepare for this dangerous storm: Listen to your local authorities and evacuate if needed! Use extreme caution when returning to your property. Create an emergency plan and […]
Nearly 830,000 American farms use propane gas, and with good reason: propane is a reliable, efficient energy source whose versatility makes is an almost perfect fuel for any agribusiness.
Labor Day is less than two weeks away here in North Carolina – which means that prime grilling season will be winding down before you know it.
You see a lot when you’ve been in the propane business for nearly a century.
Most people don’t want to think about managing their heating oil or propane deliveries –and no one wants to deal with the consequences of running out of fuel in the dead of a North Carolina winter.
We know we’re only about month into summer – which means that winter is probably the last thing on anyone’s mind here in North Carolina.
If you read this blog, you probably already know that propane is one of the most versatile ways to power your home. But that wouldn’t matter all that much if it didn’t also do the job really well.
In our last blog, we talked about some of the warning signs of a failing water heater.
Your water heater is an unsung hero in your home – an appliance you take for granted until one morning when an unexpected cold shower gives you a rather shocking reminder of just how much you rely on it.