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Do you use propane at home for heating?

 
Old 06-30-2019, 12:16 AM
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Default Do you use propane at home for heating?

Iím passing along a bit of information I learned this week and I hope this helps some of you out there.

I have posted previously about my house needing so much propane for heating that I search for deals on propane deliveries.

This week I learned that despite the fact that the price gasoline has already gone up. Itís forecast to continue to rise at least through this holiday of July 4th, but propane is at very low prices right now (I know prices differ from region to region).
This past March I thought I was doing pretty good at $1.75/gal of Propane, however now itís just $1.35/gal for home delivery during the next couple weeks (if current conditions donít change).
I donít know what I have in the tank but itís worth it to top it off now.

I hope this information helps someone, if at least as a reminder this is a time fuel delivery companies are slowest and will pass along savings (for heating oil too).

Rich
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