Interior and exterior lighting is fundamental in home design. Lighting is essential for tasks, safety but also creates ambiance and sets a design look. Have you heard about real flame propane lighting?
With temperatures beginning to drop in central Ontario, construction crews are planning for the use of temporary space heating to keeps their projects on schedule. Propane heaters and radiators are the best choice. In this blog we look at the propane solution.Read More
Topics: Contractor Propane Service
You have, more than likely, got a lot of use and enjoyment out of your cottage or vacation home this summer. Now it’s important that you take a number of steps to ensure your cottage will be secure and safe from damage during the winter months.Read More
Topics: Home & Cottages
Throughout the fall and winter, having a living room or family room fireplace adds not only ambiance to the room, but extra space heating. A fireplace is typically the decor focal point and makes the room look attractive and inviting. So, if this season you are ready to install a fireplace we've got some reasons why propane is a great choice.
Topics: Benefits of Using Propane
Have you heard about the term 'climate resilient homes'? According to the CRH, "a climate resilient home is one that is better able to cope with climate change events, storms, floods, heatwaves, extreme cold, and saves money, reduces damages and keeps us comfortable and safe."Read More
Topics: Propane Appliances
Today, let's look at what propane is and a bit of history about this important source of energy.
"Propane is an efficient and portable fuel composed of carbon and hydrogen atoms – chemical symbol C3H8 – that is a derivative of natural gas processing and oil refining." [source: CPA]
Propane is often referred to as LPG or liquified petroleum gas. It is a gas that is compressed and stored as a liquid. Propane is nontoxic, colourless and virtually odourless - so an identifying odour is added in so that it can be easily detected.
Did you know that propane produces 43% fewer greenhouse gas emissions than using an equivalent amount of electricity generated from the grid?Read More
Topics: About Propane