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Preparing Your Propane Tank for Colder Weather

Colder Weather is finally here and it’s about that time to start preparing your home and your propane tank for cooler weather. Even though propane gas does not freeze, you do have to watch for pressure drops which can cause … Continue reading

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How to Safely Store Your Propane Tanks

Portable Propane Tanks are exceptionally safe.¬†They are constructed in line with high industry standards for quality, and contain additional safety features – such as pressure relief valves – that make them safe and easy to use for consumers. Accidents are … Continue reading

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Propane Safety Tips: How to Keep Your 4th of July Cookout Safe

The Fourth of July is nearly here! Time to celebrate freedom with friends, family, fireworks and food. Celebrating Independency Day with an outdoor cookout is a long American tradition. Many will be using their propane grills this holiday and at … Continue reading

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Outdoor Propane Heater Safety Tips

Outdoor propane heaters have been growing more and more popular as restaurants, hotels and even homeowners seek to expa08nd their outdoor seating and living spaces. While outdoor patio heaters offer numerous benefits during the winter months, it’s important to understand … Continue reading

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Propane Tank Distance Requirements with Texas Propane

Propane tank distance requirements is a common topic in the propane industry and among many of our customers. Distance rules are applicable to propane tanks and their connections in relation to what surrounds them, whether it’s a house or another … Continue reading

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How to Prevent Damage to Your Propane Tank

Propane tanks are subject to protection requirements for obvious reasons. Propane tanks that are “subject to vehicular traffic” need protection from any type of impact caused by a vehicle. Tanks that are subject to tampering of any kind also require … Continue reading

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Why You Should Choose Propane vs. Natural Gas

Texas Propane vs. natural gas are both common fuels utilized for heating homes and powering appliances across the country. Choosing between one or the other can be difficult. Texas Propane explains the benefits of our propane gas when compared to … Continue reading

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Propane Liquid and Propane Vapor

Before used, propane exists in one of two forms, liquid or vapor. Both forms of propane are usable but cannot be used interchangeably. Simply put, a propane system designed to use vapor can’t utilize propane in its liquid form and … Continue reading

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Can I Paint My Propane Tank?

The answer to the question, “Can I Paint My Propane Tank?”, is yes. However, can you paint it any color you want? No, you cannot. NFPA 58 states that you must paint propane containers a heat reflective color. The majority … Continue reading

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Using Propane for the First Time

There’s a first time for everything and many people buy or rent a home that has a big propane tank in the backyard and they have no idea what to do. Truthfully, it is almost exactly like natural gas or … Continue reading

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