Building with Residential Propane Furnaces

residential propane, home propane, propane homeHigh-efficiency propane home furnaces are becoming more and more popular in the U.S. because they deliver exceptional energy savings and comfort at an affordable cost. A residential high-efficiency furnace can provide excellent space heating for both small floor plans and large homes. They’re more efficient and safer than traditional natural-draft furnaces. Here are a few reasons your family should consider affordable, efficient, economical to operate, and environmentally-friendly, high-efficiency propane furnaces in your home.  Continue reading “Building with Residential Propane Furnaces” »

Top 5 Wintertime Home Propane Tips

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It’s only the second week of December and already the East Coast has seen its first big storm of the season. The long-range weather forecast for the Northeast is calling for the coldest periods through mid-December, late January and late February. Predictions show the snowiest periods will be in late December and early February.

At ThompsonGas, our customers’ safety is our #1 priority. With winter in full swing, it’s important for all home propane users to take special precautions for a safe winter. Here are the top 5 tips all homeowners should consider for safe and effective propane use this season.  Continue reading “Top 5 Wintertime Home Propane Tips” »

10 Reasons Propane Grills are Better Than Charcoal

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Thousands of homeowners and commercial chefs across the country buy propane gas grills. While a charcoal grill boasts that rich, smoky flavor grillers love, propane grills pack a meaner punch in convenience, control and ease of use. When the dust settles, propane is triumphant in this backyard battle. Here are 10 reasons you should choose a propane grill over charcoal this summer.  Continue reading “10 Reasons Propane Grills are Better Than Charcoal” »