With propane, you can ensure that the winter season remains warm, cozy, and enjoyable for you and your family.
Understanding your propane tank is the best way to ensure your safety. Read this article for important and helpful information about your propane tank and how it works.
Part 2 of “Switching Propane Companies”. Dig deeper into this topic and answer more of your questions about switching propane companies and what to look for
When is the best time to switch propane companies? Right now! There’s no better time to let Keystone Propane show you why we are Your Trusted Partner.
When most people think about propane, the idea of a small tank and a backyard barbecue come to mind. If you’d rather read about that, you can find information here. Go ahead, you can click it and not feel guilty. After all, I wrote that page, too.
Next in our series is efficiency. We hear that term all the time, but how important is it? When we’re discussing burning fuel, it’s incredibly important. How much energy does the fuel contain and how efficiently is that energy being dispersed?
As we discussed in an earlier article, fuel cost FUEL COST is a determining factor in choosing your fuel source. In this installment, let’s discuss another factor…Ease of Use.
There are many reasons why people choose propane over other fuel sources. Since price is the determining factor in many people’s decision-making process, let’s delve into this topic a little.
Propane is a gas that is compressed and stored as a liquid. This liquid also known as liquefied petroleum gas (LPG), is what’s stored in your propane tank. It is non-toxic, colorless and virtually odorless. The rotten-egg smell people associate with propane is caused by an additive called Methyl Mercaptan (Methanethiol).