Why propane water heaters are the smart choice for your NC home Almost any home comfort appliance that runs on electricity can operate more effectively and efficiently on propane. Take water heaters, for example: switching from an electric water heater to a propane-water heater will Read more.
How will I know when it’s time to replace my propane water heater? Hot water is something most of us take for granted – until our water heater breaks down and we’re left with cold showers and dirty clothes and dishes (not to mention a Read more.
Carbon monoxide safety reminders You rely on your propane appliances to keep your family safe and comfortable every season – and if you invest money to get routine professional maintenance and use quality propane gas, they will usually do just that for years to come. Read more.
Propane is one of the most clean, green, and versatile fuels around…but it’s also one of the most misunderstood. When it comes to propane, there are many misconceptions and questions people have about how to use it, how safe it is, and more. Here are Read more.
Eco-Friendly Propane: Why making the switch can help the planet Imagine if you could help the planet every time you lit your grill, adjusted your thermostat, dried your clothes, or took a shower. You could, if you convert your electric or heating oil-powered home comfort Read more.
Five reasons to love propane in your NC home Considering a propane conversion for your North Carolina home? It could be one of the smartest decisions you will make in 2019. In this month of love, we celebrate five reasons to fall for this clean, Read more.
If you’re a Parker “will-call” propane customer (that is, if you manage your own propane supply from us rather than opting for automatic propane delivery), one of the most important tasks you have is to keep a close eye on your tank levels throughout the winter.
Everyone loves the warm glow of a fire. But let’s face it – gathering wood and sweeping ash can get tiresome after a while.
Propane is one of the most efficient and flexible sources of energy around – but did you know it can also improve the quality of in your North Carolina home?
Consider these eight quality of life benefits of propane power:
At Parker Gas, we pride ourselves on offering programs that provide you with convenience and peace of mind. We put our customers first — our customers choose us as their trusted propane provider because we provide real value beyond just fuel delivery.
It’s New Year’s Resolution time – why not make a few that will make life easier and bills lower in your North Carolina home?
Here are six home comfort commitments you can make in the year ahead:
Ready or not, it’s officially winter (even though we got a taste of winter a little early here in North Carolina) – which means it’s time to buckle up and make sure that we’re ready for the season in our propane-powered home.
It’s that time of year again – a time for joy and celebration with our families in our warm and cozy North Carolina home.
It’s also a time to think about all we’re grateful for – and for us, that includes having the opportunity to serve you, our loyal customers.
On most days, your propane water heater toils away quietly behind the scenes, working hard to provide the hot water your need for your sinks, showers, and appliances.
One of the worst problems associated with winter storms these days is the power outages that can follow them – a big reason why so many people today are turning to whole house propane backup generators for peace of mind.
Propane is one of the safest ways to keep your family warm all winter long – but as is the case with any energy source, you and your family have to know what to do if the unexpected occurs in your propane-powered home.
Sixty Thanksgivings. That’s a lot of years – and a lot of turkeys. It also happens to be how long we have been lucky enough to serve our North Carolina neighbors.
Heating season is in full swing here in North Carolina, with temperatures expected to drop into the 30s in the coming weeks (don’t blame us – we’re only the messengers).
With that cooler weather will inevitably come higher energy bills – but take heart: with a little planning and some lifestyle adjustments (and a little help from propane), you can moderate those bills without sacrificing comfort.
Some people close down their propane grills for the winter – but some of us just can’t get enough of that charbroiled goodness to stop when North Carolina temperatures drop.
Cold weather grilling does offer up some challenges, though, and some special considerations: if you want to try it out this fall and winter, follow these ten tips:
October is breezing by us here in North Carolina – before you know it, it will be time for turkey and stuffing, with Christmas following closely behind.