Ontario Propane Blog

What is a Propane Regulator and How Does it Work?

Posted on Fri, Feb 28, 2020 @ 11:00 AM

Propane has a variety of uses, and has become an increasingly popular power source for homes, cottages and businesses over the past 10 years. This is because propane is cost-effective, environmentally friendly and incredibly safe.

One of the biggest advantages of using propane gas is it’s precise temperature control. This is incredibly useful for homeowners who enjoy cooking, as well as restaurants which rely on instant heat and spot-on temperature controls to accurately cook meals for their customers.

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What do the Markings on my Propane Cylinder Mean?

Posted on Mon, Feb 10, 2020 @ 11:00 AM

Residential propane use comes with a range of benefits for your household, from saving you money on your utility bills each month, helping you to lead a more environmentally-friendly lifestyle, as well as being a far safer option than other energy sources on the market.

If you are new to propane use, it’s possible you are thinking something along the lines of: “What on earth are all of these markings on my propane cylinder, and what do they mean?”

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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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How to Properly Dispose of an Expired or Damaged Propane Cylinder

Posted on Fri, Aug 23, 2019 @ 11:00 AM

In Canada, it is regulated by law that refillable propane cylinders must be replaced or inspected and requalified by a Transport Canada registered requalifer every 10 years. In fact, it’s against the law to fill an expired or damaged cylinder.

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Why is my Propane Tank Only 80% Filled?

Posted on Wed, Jun 26, 2019 @ 11:00 AM

Have you ever checked your propane tank after you have had it refilled by your supplier and wondered why it’s only at 80 per cent, rather than completely filled? Don’t worry, you’re not alone - and many are left slightly confused as to whether they’ve not been given all of the propane that they’ve paid for.

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How do I Check the Level of my Propane Tank?

Posted on Thu, Feb 14, 2019 @ 11:00 AM

 

If you don’t receive an automatic delivery service, then checking your propane level is an absolutely essential part of ensuring that you have a consistent supply of propane to power your appliances.

Whether you have a large propane tank to power your entire home or a smaller propane tank for your RV or trailer, it can sometimes be difficult to determine exactly how much propane you have left in your tank.

To give you a helping hand, Budget Propane Ontario has listed three of the easiest ways that will help you check your propane levels. 

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Topics: Propane Tanks & Cylinders

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