How To Save Money On Your Gas Bill

Posted on: 4 February 2016
Your gas bill is probably one of your biggest utility bills. The gas going to your home helps run your furnace, stove, oven and your water heater. Think about how much hot water you use in a day, how often you run your furnace and how much you cook. You probably use quite a bit of gas, hence the large bill each month. There are ways to help save you money on your gas bill each month though.
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5 Ways To Keep Your Diesel Fuel From Gelling In The Winter

Posted on: 19 November 2015
A lot of people choose to buy trucks or cars that run on diesel fuel instead of gas.  One reason is that if you drive a diesel vehicle, you can get better fuel efficiency than a comparable vehicle that is powered by gasoline. Diesel fuel has more energy to it than gasoline does, which is what gives it that extra efficiency. One problem that diesel does have is that in cold weather it starts to gel.
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Residential Propane Services | Questions From New Customers About Service

Posted on: 31 July 2015
If you move into a new area where propane is one of the biggest home energy sources, you may be a little apprehensive about getting used to using the services provided by a propane company. If all you have ever used is natural gas, which is pumped straight to your home, or electric, which is wired right in, it is definitely going to be a bit of a change. However, with a little advice and information, you will find that using the services of a propane company is really no big deal.
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A Beginner User's Guide To Propane And Propane Safety

Posted on: 15 June 2015
The majority of homes in the United States use some form of electric or natural gas heating, and therefore, you could spend the majority of your life living in homes that have nothing to do with propane gas or tanks. However, if you happen to become one of the 10 percent of people who uses propane for heating, cooking, or hot water  and you have had no experience, you will likely have several questions and concerns.
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