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How to Prepare Your Propane-Powered Home for Winter Storms

Posted on Fri, Nov 29, 2019 @ 02:11 PM

You’ve likely heard the saying “expect the best, plan for the worst”. With winter on its way in Ontario, many of us are hoping for mild conditions and easy drives. The reality, however, is that there’s always a risk of a severe snowstorm, which means it is time to prepare.

At Budget Propane Ontario, we take safety very seriously. That’s why we have listed a series of steps that you can take to ensure that your propane-powered home is ready for anything this winter:

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Topics: Winter Propane Tips

Use Propane Smart Tank Monitoring to Protect Your Home This Winter

Posted on Fri, Nov 22, 2019 @ 11:00 AM

Winter has arrived, which means many are planning a family vacation to somewhere warm and tropical. Some may even spend the whole season down south in Florida to get away from the snow and cold entirely.

Before heading out, you will have to go through a long list of to dos to get your home ready. This will protect your home from damage while it’s left unattended.

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Topics: Delivery Options

What Propane Tank Size is Right For Your Household?

Posted on Fri, Nov 15, 2019 @ 11:00 AM

The use of residential propane will provide your home with a number of benefits - from powering a range of appliances, saving you money on your monthly utility bills, empowering you to live a more environmentally-friendly lifestyle and much more - but what size propane tank do you need?

Choosing the right size propane tank is an important first step in your journey into propane. It will ensure you have enough propane for your household’s needs, helping you to avoid paying for too much propane or running out regularly because your tank is too small.

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Topics: Residential Propane Service

5 Propane Safety Tips for Heating Your Home This Winter

Posted on Fri, Nov 08, 2019 @ 11:00 AM

The Muskoka region in Ontario received its first snowfall last week on November 1, and with cooler months in the forecast, it’s now that time of year in which many families across the region will be using residential propane heating systems to warm their home.

Propane-fueled heating systems provide your family home with a number of energy-efficient benefits, and can also be used to power a range of appliances from cooking, laundry, drying, space heaters, refrigerators, water heaters and much more.

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Topics: Propane Safety

How to Save Money on Your Energy Bills This Fall and Winter

Posted on Thu, Oct 31, 2019 @ 11:00 AM

It’s Halloween! Fall colours are in their full beauty, it’s almost time to get your snowblower out of the shed and Christmas Day is just 55 days away. Do you know what all this means? It’s getting cold.

With the temperature falling to 0°C earlier this week, It’s more than likely you’ve already had your heating on continuously for the past couple of weeks. While the fall and winter seasons can be beautiful here in Ontario, they can also be expensive.

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Topics: Switch to Propane

FAQs: Answering Some of Your Common Propane Tank Questions

Posted on Thu, Oct 24, 2019 @ 11:00 AM

Have you recently purchased a propane tank for your residential property, or are thinking about contacting a propane supplier to acquire one? If so, you’ll be accessing a whole range of benefits just before the winter sets in.

Propane is one of the safest, energy-efficient and affordable reliables sources of alternative energy on the market. It has a range of uses inside and outside your home, and can power appliances such as ovens, cooktops, space heaters, hot tubs, swimming pools, fridges, washing machines and much more.

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Topics: Propane Tanks & Cylinders

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