Submitted by Marvin on February 26, 2016 - 6:04pm
Some homeowners that had propane service installed many years ago may have had the service set up for relatively low quantity propane service (i.e. for cooking only) when the the propane service was originally established. Due to relatively lower quantity service, this may have resulted in the original propane service being set up for propane cylinder exchange service when a propane fill was needed rather than service involving larger quantity bulk deliveries made to a larger bulk propane tank onsite by a propane supplier bulk delivery truck.
Submitted by Marvin on February 26, 2016 - 1:47pm
It is interesting to observe that many propane industry organizations tend to support and promote the use of propane motor fuel for vehicles that travel over public roadways. Some of these vehicles include school buses, taxi cabs and police vehicles.
Submitted by Marvin on February 26, 2016 - 1:09pm
It is interesting to observe when propane suppliers advertise their propane prices as 'reasonable' or 'affordable'. Current propane consumers or prospective customers should carefully consider the implied message related to the use of 'reasonable' and 'affordable' propane prices.
Submitted by Marvin on February 26, 2016 - 1:03pm
In some cases, a new homeowner in a rural community may find an existing propane tank on their new property next to their new home. Some homeowners that are new to propane service may make the assumption that all propane suppliers provide service that is similar at a propane price per gallon that is very similar or identical to other propane consumers.
Submitted by Marvin on February 26, 2016 - 12:59pm
Propane consumers should perform an online search on a specific propane supplier before starting service with that specific propane supplier. The goal should be to detect a pattern of propane pricing and/or propane service problems related to a specific supplier, if any exist online, before starting propane service with a specific propane supplier.
Submitted by Marvin on February 26, 2016 - 12:53pm
Have you installed a new propane appliance recently? If so, be sure to tell your propane supplier!
Submitted by Marvin on February 26, 2016 - 12:51pm
Colder weather will cause propane deliveries to become more frequent. One area that propane consumers should consider as they become more familiar with propane service is propane tank sizing for home use. Although current propane consumers will have an existing propane tank on site - it may make sense to contact your propane supplier to discuss replacing your existing propane tank with a larger propane tank - and/or adding an additional propane tank.
Submitted by Marvin on February 26, 2016 - 12:49pm
Propane consumers that use propane for home heating should investigate alternative ways to heat a home. Using alternative heating methods can also help a homeowner reduce a household dependency on propane fuel. This can have the dual benefit of lowering the total annual cost to heat a home and give a homeowner a heating fuel alternative when propane supply shortages occur in a specific community.
Submitted by Marvin on February 26, 2016 - 12:48pm
Would you recommend your propane supplier to a friend, family member or neighbor?
Submitted by Marvin on February 26, 2016 - 12:44pm
Some propane consumers receive propane deliveries during the winter that may include 400, 500, 600 or more gallons. Working with a propane supplier that offers propane payment plans may help ease a monthly budget challenge when faced with a large propane bill following a propane delivery. Propane payment plans are readily available through many propane suppliers.