If you’ve recently made the switch to propane in your North Carolina home, you may have some appliances that aren’t equipped to be used in your new propane system. The question is, should you convert these appliances?
Look in the kitchen of just about any restaurant and you’ll find a gas-powered stove. That’s not a coincidence.
For most chefs, the ability of a gas cooktop to control heat quickly and precisely is enough to seal the deal.
Summer is a great time to take to the road and enjoy the freedom that a propane-powered RV can bring you. But that freedom does come with some responsibilities – especially when it comes to keeping your family safe.
When it comes to powering your appliances , propane has one of the best safety records around – but that doesn’t mean you can take propane safety for granted, especially if you have children living in your home.
Propane appliances have a remarkable safety record – one of the best in the home comfort business.
Well, July 4th is coming up, which means many of you will be doing lots of grilling in the coming weeks. At some point, you will have to exchange your propane tank or refill it – just make sure you do it safely!
Summer’s knocking on our door here in North Carolina – which means it’s high time we all get grilling!
Just don’t do it on some rusty old charcoal grill when you can upgrade to the clean, precision control of a propane gas grill from Parker Gas.
We’ve talked on this blog before about the advantages of a propane tanklesss water heater – but leave it to Rinnai to bring those advantages to yet another level.
If your conventional water heater (one with a storage tank) is nearing its 10th birthday, statistics show that you will probably have to replace it soon – especially if you see leaks near its base or detect other warning signs that your water heater is on its last legs.
Today’s fast-paced warehouses need to keep product moving quickly and efficiently at all times – and your forklift fleet is at the heart of that flurry of movement.
But not all forklifts are created equal.
You may think of summer as a season to focus on maintaining your home’s cooling system – or, if you’re like some of us, working on your tan.
But summer is an important time to care for your hard-working propane equipment, too. The question is, which of your propane equipment should be serviced and when?
One of the great signs of spring’s arrival here in North Carolina is the mouthwatering smell of food grilling on a Saturday afternoon. Yum!
A crazy winter like the one we just had can leave all kind of damage in its wake – from physical damage to your home and appliances to the mental strain of higher bills and heating uncertainty.
Now that the snow’s gone and the buds are back on the trees here in North Carolina, we can officially call it spring and actually mean it – which means it’s also time to dust off the propane grill, refill your propane cylinders, and get cooking!
Smart home buyers (and business owners) are quickly discovering the many advantages of propane – and one of the best ways to enjoy those advantages is by replacing your conventional water heater with a propane tankless model.
We’re big fans of Automatic Delivery here at Parker – it’s one of the best ways take the stress out of managing your propane deliveries, and to prevent inconvenient or even dangerous propane run-outs. When you consider that it’s FREE, it’s really a no brainer.
If you’re relying solely on your central heating system to keep your North Carolina home warm, it will more than likely have to run full-time to do its job, heating unoccupied rooms and wasting energy along the way.
Nowadays, it seems like everyone is a DIY-er, able to fix just about any home comfort problem after watching a few YouTube videos.
What you often don’t see in those videos is that a simple problem or oversight can lead to disastrous results – especially when you’re dealing with combustion appliances.
You probably know that propane is one of the most versatile fuels around, able to power everything from your gas grill to your hearth or generator. But did you know it was one of the greenest, too?
If you have an electric heat pump, you probably chose it because of its reputation for being one of the most efficient ways to heat your home. And that’s true – but only to a point.
As temperatures drop below 40 degrees or so – as they have been often lately here in North Carolina…