Annapolis Propane Blog

It’s December, which means the colder weather is coming and our propane trucks will be in high demand. You’ll see them quite often – we’re sure of it! While you may have seen them in action on a delivery or two, we thought we’d share the “ins and outs” of what parts make up our propane trucks, which are referred to as bobtails within the industry.Outside the Tank –TankThe tank itself is the most well-known
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  It may be easier than you think to improve the health of children, leading to an increase in their academic success. A recent study conducted at Georgia State University revealed a simple, cost-effective solution: cleaner-running school buses. Your local propane supplier understands clean air in natural environments has a lasting impact on overall health, and propane school buses are one way we can improve the quality of the air the children breathe. While time
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The bite of winter is just around the corner, and it is never too earlier to start preparing your home from the cold. Your friends at Annapolis Propane & Fuels have many tips to keep your home warm and comfortable while doing an excellent job of managing your winter energy budget.  Using Propane Lowers Energy Costs The price of propane is generally less than other energy sources. We are proud to provide the fuel for
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Propane is a rapidly-growing energy source that is used in your home or business. It is taken mostly from domestic natural gas processing, and then compressed and stored as a non-toxic, colorless, and mostly odorless liquid (odor is added for detection). We are proud to offer fuel for your heating systems, common household appliances such as for cooking, tankless hot water heaters, and as fuel for forklifts, farm irrigation engines, fleet vehicles, and buses. Advancing
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Welcome to the latest installment of our Propane Safety Series! This entry focuses on winter weather safety for your house or office. Please read below and then contact Annapolis Propane & Fuels with any questions you might have. The winter season can be extremely harsh for the mid-Atlantic region with the potential for heavy snowfall and bitterly cold temperatures. We don’t want you to be left inside a cold home or business in these harsh
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You can’t help but notice the chill in the air deepens as fall gradually gives way to winter. Winter is indeed coming, and that means we’ll be bundling up very soon. The professionals at Annapolis Propane & Fuels want you to be able to stay warm this season, all while staying energy efficient. Here are a couple of tips to remain efficient this fall and enjoy autumn’s bounty with complete peace of mind.  Regulate Your
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November 15, 2019

Propane Vs. Electric

Are you getting all the savings out of your house that you can? Too many homes aren’t saving the money they could be with a consideration of propane versus electric. It’s easy to stick with what your house has out of convenience but making a switch to propane may benefit you in more ways than one. Almost anything in your house, restaurant or building that can run electricity can run on propane. However, a fact
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Schedule Your Annual Maintenance One of the best ways to prepare for the brisk weather to come is to make sure your heating system is up for the task. While the weather is getting colder and the items of clothing we put on in the morning is increasing, your heating fuel bill shouldn’t be. Preventative care is by far the best way to ensure an efficient heating season. Have you scheduled your annual system maintenance
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“Is it better to rent or to purchase my own propane tank?” A question we hear pretty often around here at Annapolis Propane & Fuels. Both options provide a variety of pros and cons, it all comes down to the level of responsibility you’re looking to take and your circumstances. I’m considering owning my own propane tank… Advantages – You can choose your fuel supplier without swapping tanks. No minimum use required or tank rental
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November 4, 2019

What is Temporary Heat?

During the brisk winter months, many builders will use propane for temporary construction to heat their projects and keep things moving. While weather in this area can be unpredictable, temporary heat is a great solution to guarantee your project is not. With weather that can drop down to single digits in the drop of a hat, simple construction tasks such as painting or installing drywall become nearly impossible. Temporary heat serves as a protective layer
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