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Our Canadian Winter is Fast Approaching - How is Your Propane Supply?

Posted on Tue, Dec 05, 2017 @ 09:26 AM

Where has the fall season gone? October flew by and we are already at the end of November. The temperature has already begun to drop and we have even had a couple of snow falls. The question is, are you prepared? When was the last time you had your propane tank refilled? Are you on our Automated Delivery Program in case a refill is needed during the winter season?


These are very important question that need answering before our Canadian winter truly begins.

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Topics: Budget Propane, Propane Fuel, Winter Propane Tips, Delivery Options, Home & Cottages

Budget Propane Winter Newsletter

Posted on Fri, Jan 20, 2017 @ 04:10 PM

Winter is well underway and business is booming. We wanted to help keep our customers informed about what’s new with us and what’s new with propane. Therefore, we have created an informative newsletter for our customers as well as those who are interested in switching to propane and wanting to learn more about it.

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Topics: Residential Propane Service, Winter Propane Tips, News

Winter Service Tips for Propane Delivery

Posted on Fri, Dec 09, 2016 @ 02:05 PM

The snow has hit us and its here to stay for the next few months. Budget Propane will be making deliveries upon request and when needed. What we ask from our amazing customers is for a little bit of assistance in order for our deliveries to be completed smoothly and without any complications.

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Topics: Residential Propane Service, Winter Propane Tips, Delivery Options

Important Safety Tip: Prevent Your Pipes From Bursting This Winter

Posted on Fri, Dec 02, 2016 @ 10:00 AM

It’s something that slips your mind. It’s the holiday season so you’re constantly traveling, or perhaps you’re going to a warm destination for your family vacation. What is one thing that you always forget to do? For some, turning your thermostat down to cooler temperatures makes sense when you are leaving a home or cottage for a lengthy period of time. This way you are saving on your energy bills, whether it be electricity usage, oil and even propane. This is not what you should do.

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Topics: Winter Propane Tips, Home & Cottages

Ontario’s Third Annual Carbon Monoxide Awareness Week

Posted on Fri, Nov 04, 2016 @ 01:05 PM

November 2nd marks the beginning of the third annual Carbon Monoxide Awareness week. This is the time of year when all carbon monoxide detectors should be checked since furnaces will be working overtime very shortly. This is important for those who have propane and use it to power any household appliances. If the carbon monoxide alarm goes off, you are instantly informed that something could be wrong with your propane line or connection.

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Topics: Residential Propane Service, Winter Propane Tips, Home & Cottages

Why Pay Peak Electricity Rates?

Posted on Mon, Oct 31, 2016 @ 10:00 AM

The first snowfall of the 2016/2017 winter season has already come and gone in central Ontario. We all know that with snow comes the colder weather. If they haven’t already, furnaces and heating sources will definitely be turned on today to relieve the chill that is in the air. With that in mind, for those of you who primarily use electricity to power your heating appliances, keep in mind that the time-of-use for winter pricing changes November 1st, only a few days away. With prices per kWh at an all time high, are you prepared for the increase in your electricity bills?

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Topics: Winter Propane Tips, Propane Benefits, Switch to Propane

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