From water and home heating, to cooking and clothes drying, propane provides essential energy solutions to help you save money and the environment.
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Propane is used daily by hundreds of thousands of Canadians from coast to coast to coast, from heating homes, drying crops, powering forklifts to transporting children to school.
The health and safety of customers and employees are vital to the propane industry.
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We are quickly heading into winter, but propane heaters can help take the bite out of the cold. Follow the CPA’s safety tips to help ensure comfort and safety in the open air.
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Propane is one of the most efficient and accessible energy sources around. With propane, you can power almost anything, anywhere in your home or cottage. Propane brings affordability, versatility, and reliability from water and home heating to cooking and clothes drying.
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Propane is a lower emission energy source than heating oil, diesel, and gasoline, and in some regions, it is even cleaner than the electrical grid.
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Propane produces a strong flame, perfectly suited for cooking over high heat, or for cooking or searing meat, fish and poultry.
Paired with other propane-powered appliances, your propane refrigerator and freezer will give you significant savings without compromising performance.
Modern propane dryers will dry laundry twice as fast as electric dryers, thereby creating much less static electricity.
Modern propane-powered forced-air central heating and air conditioning systems are extremely efficient. They provide constant air quality, regardless of the outside temperature.
Propane water heaters, with or without a tank, are more compact, efficient and cost-effective than similar electric water heaters.
Access to a self-sustaining, uninterrupted source of power can be crucial to your family’s safety during an outage.
Propane indoor fireplaces have up to six times the heating capacity of wood fireplaces, without the drawbacks of smoke, continuous maintenance, including cleanup of soot and ash and the need to store firewood.
A medium-sized lamp creates a warm atmosphere and consumes about one pound of propane in twelve hours.
Propane is a preferred choice for many consumers when cooking outdoors.
Propane heaters can heat pools and spas almost twice as fast as electricity.
Outdoor propane fireplaces have a low operating cost and can be connected to an existing large tank or a small portable tank.
Propane patio heaters allow homeowners to use their outdoor spaces for a longer period when temperatures start to dip.
An increasing number of homeowners are using a flame to illuminate their outdoor spaces.