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    Installing a Propane Tank

    Last updated 9 days ago

    Propane is a very efficient gas that is affordable and environmentally friendly. Many people use propane as a more favorable alternative to gasoline. Watch this video to find out how to install a propane tank.

    If you are going to be using a limited amount of propane for heating hot water or using the stove, a 500-gallon tank is appropriate for storage. The tank can be buried if you would like, so it is not an eyesore for your family. The propane line can be run through a trench at least 18 inches deep. This connects the propane supply to the house, and can be directed to the specific location where you use it the most.

    Tri-Gas and Oil delivers home heating oil in the Maryland area. We specialize in propane and petroleum, and we can also take care of your fireplace and tankless water heater needs. If you would like to know more about us, visit our website or call us at (888) 556-6173.

    What is the GAS Check Program?

    Last updated 17 days ago

    The GAS Check program stands for Gas Appliance System Check, and it has been keeping propane related accidents down since 1985. Tri-Gas and Oil participates in the voluntary GAS Check program because we care about your safety. The GAS Check program includes a gas system check, which involves the inspection of pressure gauges, plus, and regulators. During the other component, called the gas appliance system check, we take a look at the appliances that burn propane as well as your gas delivery system. All Tri-Gas and Oil technicians are trained in the most current inspection techniques in order to provide a complete and comprehensive check of your gas appliance systems.

    Interested in learning more about the GAS Check program? Call Tri-Gas and Oil at (888) 556-6173, visit our website, or stop by and see us. We are a Maryland heating oil delivery service that takes care of propane and petroleum delivery. Feel free to contact us to find out more about what we can do for you today.

    Tips for Improving Your Indoor Air Quality

    Last updated 1 month ago

    As a subsidiary of Tri-Gas & Oil, one of premier propane and heating oil delivery companies in Maryland, Comfort Plus Services provides HVAC services you can trust. In addition to our heating and air conditioning repair services, we also offer air cleaning services that can help you and your family breathe easier inside your home—and considering how much time you spend indoors, you should take indoor air quality very seriously. In addition to our air cleaning services, these tips can also improve your indoor air quality. 

    Eliminate Sources of Indoor Pollution

    The first step to improving your indoor air quality is to eliminate individual sources of pollution or to reduce their emissions. If you aren’t sure where indoor pollution is originating in your home, contact Comfort Plus Services to perform an in-home consultation. For starters, keep all non-organic liquids stored outside. Paint, cleaning chemicals, antifreeze, and other non-organic liquids emit harmful gases that can affect the air quality inside your home.

    Improve Indoor Ventilation

    In addition to eliminating sources of indoor pollution, you must also increase the amount of outdoor air coming indoors. According to some estimates, the air inside your home can be more polluted than some of the densest cities in America, so opening up windows and doors to let fresh air in can actually be good for your health. Ventilation is particularly important while you are involved in activities that can generate high levels of pollution, such as painting, paint stripping, cooking with gas, heating with kerosene, and sanding wood.

    If you want to breathe easier inside your own home, Comfort Plus Services can help. If you already trust Tri-Gas & Oil for your propane and heating oil services, trust Comfort Plus Services to maintain your indoor air quality. For additional information about our heating and cooling services, visit our website or call us at (888) 556-6173. 

    This App Can Help Reduce Your Energy Bills

    Last updated 1 month ago

    No matter what your financial situation is like, everyone could use more money in their pockets each month. One of the best ways to save money is to reduce your energy bills. If you compare the average house to an energy-efficient residence, you’ll discover that it’s possible to lower your annual energy consumption by almost 40 percent, which could add up to hundreds or even thousands of dollars per year depending on your current energy bills. For help reducing your energy bills, download the Energy Efficient Home! app from Bigo for your Android smartphone or tablet.

    Tri-Gas & Oil can help you save money on your heating bills with our residential and commercial fuel delivery services. We also offer our customers a full range of energy-efficient gas and oil appliances that will save you money each month. Contact us online or call us at (888) 556-6173 to learn more. 

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    The Physical Properties of Propane

    Last updated 1 month ago

    Propane is a natural gas that can be used in a variety of ways, including as a source of heating, cooking, and transportation fuel. Whether you are considering switching to propane or you simply want to know how the gas in your home or business works, it helps to start with the physical properties of propane. Propane is naturally odorless and colorless, so a commercial odorant is added so that the gas may be detected if a leak develops. When propane is stored and transported as a liquid, it is referred to as LP. These types of propane gases expand rapidly into flammable gas that can be used to power furnaces, grills, and even modified cars and trucks.

    If you want to learn more about propane, contact Maryland’s propane delivery experts at Tri-Gas & Oil. In addition to our propane delivery services, we also provide a full range of energy-efficient propane appliances. Visit our website or call us at (888) 556-6173 to learn more. 

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