The Propane Regulator Installation Process

Propane Regulator Installation

For those unfamiliar with LP Gas systems, propane regulator installation can be a difficult process. While the actual installation itself may seem simple, there’s a good bit more to the process than one might realize. It is necessary for a LP Gas professional at Texas Propane to install regulators on your propane tank. Not only is installing a regulator yourself dangerous, but is often illegal. We will discuss propane regulator installation to provide you a better understanding on the process.

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Benefits of Propane Delivery with Texas Propane

Texas Propane can remove some of the stress by delivering propane any time you are running low. There are numerous benefits of scheduling your propane delivery with us. Therefore, we will discuss some of these benefits of propane delivery.

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What to Do if Your Propane Gauge is Low

What to do if your propane gauge is low

You may notice that your propane gauge is in the red. A propane gauge is typically marked at the 20% line. With a cold front coming in soon, you realize you need the heat now. Therefore, we will discuss what to do if your propane gauge is low.

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Propane Gas Furnaces for the Winter Months

Propane Gas Furnaces

Homes and buildings have central heating systems or fixed furnaces that are unique to the property. HVAC mechanical engineers design furnaces, while licensed air conditioning and heating contractors install furnaces according to manufacturing specifications. Therefore, we will discuss propane gas furnaces for the winter months.

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Propane Gas Appliance Ventilation for Your Home or Business

propane gas appliance ventilation

The process of removing products of combustion out of a structure to the outside atmosphere is gas appliance venting. Installation of specific appliances inside your home require venting, such as gas powered furnaces and hot water heaters. Some gas appliances don’t require venting. These are listed as such provided the appliance installation is within the scope of NFPA 54 requirements as well as according to the manufacturers recommendations for proper placement and use. We will discuss propane gas appliance ventilation.

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Propane Gas Water Heaters

propane gas water heaters

Water heaters today are by far superior to those that were available in the past. Modern propane gas water heaters have become the primary water heating choice for consumers outside natural gas service areas. LP Gas water heaters available today that include standard “tank type” water heaters with capacities ranging from less than 40 gallons to larger units holding more than 100 gallons. As the move to cleaner and greener fuels becomes the standard, water heaters are now available in space saving models that consist of a tankless design. This cuts down on fuel consumption and decreases emissions as propane is only used as hot water.

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Propane Gas Heaters for Winter and Colder Months

propane gas heaters for winter

The most common use of propane gas is heating. Residential and commercial heaters using propane consist of both central heating and space heaters. The requirements for heater installation and usage are for the safety and well being of consumers, as well as comfort. To ensure the safety of consumers, proper care for propane heating appliances is essential. Incorrect use of propane heating appliances can result in a fire, damage and bodily harm. Even with the most careful planning and installation of propane gas systems, it is useless if heaters have improper placements, adjustments or use. Winter and colder months are upon us. Therefore, we will discuss propane gas heaters for winter.

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Propane Gas Appliance Connections

Propane Gas Appliance Connections

Propane gas appliance connections are the last line of delivery in a propane gas system. If you use propane, you are familiar with gas flex lines and fittings that connect gas appliances to an LP Gas system. The proper connection is necessary for these appliances to operate safely. You need to have licensed service personnel inspect these appliance connections. In addition, propane appliances require connection to gas plumbing by way of a valve. Connections of appliances directly to building gas plumbing (without a gas valve) constitute illegal installations and our propane technicians cannot service them.

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Propane Repairs: Can I Repair My Propane Tank Myself?

Propane Repairs

Homeowners who perform modifications to a propane system often result in an unsafe and illegal situation. Contact Texas Propane to schedule your propane repairs and modifications with one of our licensed propane gas professionals.

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How to Grill with Propane this Tailgate Season

How to grill with propane

Propane gas grills are undoubtedly one of the most common outdoor appliances people use today. They are increasingly replacing charcoal grills because of their ease of use without the clean-up necessary with charcoal grills. LP Gas grills commonly utilize a portable propane bottle that you can easily refill or exchange for continued enjoyment without the hassle of loading more charcoal and stirring up the ashes. Operating your propane grill safely will ensure that you prepare the food properly and that you are safe from harm. We will discuss how to grill with propane, as well as few propane grilling safety tips.

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