Propane is one of the most efficient, eco-friendly ways to power your Maine home – yet many people still think of it simply as the stuff in the white can under your grill.
Propane is one of the most versatile fuels around – and if your house already has a propane tank (or even if it doesn’t), there are many ways it can boost your quality of life this fall and winter.
If you’ve always dreamed of cozying up to a warm fire at the end of a cold day, but dismissed the idea because of the costs of adding a masonry fireplace – or because of the hassles of wood fire set-up and clean-up – we’ve got great news for you.
One of the things that we hear a lot from customers who are kicking the tires on choosing propane to power their Maine home is uncertainty about propane safety.
As we saw in our last blog, you can make a pretty compelling argument about the benefits of switching from electricity to propane in your Maine home – at least from an efficiency standpoint.
Just about any appliance that runs on electricity can operate more efficiently on propane – which means switching to propane appliances will not only save you money, but it will help the environment, too.
Labor Day is just around the corner, believe it or not – which means that cooler days and nights aren’t far behind.
We’re big fans of automatic propane delivery here at Murray-Heutz – it makes it easier for our customers to stay safe and warm when Mother Nature is at her worst, and it helps us…
If you recently purchased a propane-powered home – or don’t have much experience running year-round propane equipment – you may wonder how often you can expect to refill your propane tank.
With heating oil prices as unpredictable as they are these days, it pays to cover all your bases when it comes to paying for your heating oil deliveries.