Question of the Month: Do you use propane to heat your home?
Given that last winter brought one of the coldest winters in many years, along with a shortage of propane, as well as pricing issues it pays to plan ahead for the heating season by taking action now rather than when it’s freezing cold.
Plan Now for the Heating Season
Use this checklist below to ensure you’re ready for this year’s heating season:
 #1: Ensure You Have an Adequate Supply of Propane
Contact your local propane supplier to ask about payment programs and scheduling regular re-fill visits so that you’re never left without an adequate supply of propane. This ensures your heater runs continuously all winter long.
 #2: Install Carbon Monoxide Detectors for Increased Safety
Easily help protect your home and family against carbon monoxide poisoning this winter by purchasing and installing UL-listed carbon monoxide detectors throughout your home.
 #3: Ensure Your Heater is Running Efficiently
Get the most out of your propane supply by ensuring your heater is running efficiently. Hiring a reputable HVAC repair technician to perform an annual heater checkup will help lower your heating bill, increase your propane supply and ensure that your system works safely and efficiently.
 #4: Consider A Propane Generator
Let’s face it. We’ve all been left in the dark for one reason or another, whether it’s because a big storm or something accidently taking an electrical pole down, which has brought forth the need for backup forms of power generation.
Making standby propane generators a popular choice for many homeowners is the fact that they are typically quieter than gas generators and they cost less to fuel. With a propane generator, you’ll never have to live without power.