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Going Green With Pennsylvania Propane

December 27, 2016 / Joshua Prizer / Propane

At Thrifty Propane, we are proud to offer a clean fuel source for our customers. Unlike coal, heating oil, natural gas and many other energy sources, your Pennsylvania propane is listed as a green fuel by the United States and other countries. While propane is a by-product of petroleum and natural gas refining, this gas […]

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6 Winter Tips For Mason Propane Customers

December 21, 2016 / Joshua Prizer / Propane, Propane Tanks

The cold weather has arrived, and while it can be cozy to snuggle up with family on a brisk winter day, this is also the time of year when we use the largest amount of propane. If you are a Mason propane customer, we have several tips that can help you conserve propane during this […]

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5 Tank Selection Tips For Michigan Propane Customers

December 20, 2016 / Joshua Prizer / Propane, Propane Tanks

Propane is a fantastic energy source; in fact it’s even listed as a green fuel by the U.S. government. Additionally, propane is highly efficient so you’ll use less propane to achieve the same energy output that you would if using sources such as coal or heating oil. If you are ready to make the switch […]

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4 Facts You Need To Know About Richmond Propane

December 19, 2016 / Joshua Prizer / Propane, Propane Tanks

1. Richmond Propane Prices Fluctuate Just like gasoline or diesel fuel, Richmond propane prices change all the time. In fact, they often change every day. The price of propane is tied to several factors, one of which is the price of petroleum. Propane is a by-product of petroleum, so when prices of petroleum go up […]

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5 Things You Didn’t Know About New Jersey Propane

December 19, 2016 / Joshua Prizer / Propane

For those who are new to the world of New Jersey propane, there are many facts about this energy source of which you might be unaware. Even if you’ve used propane for many years or even decades, some of the following information might be unknown to you. 1. Your New Jersey Propane Probably Came From […]

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