Propane is among the safest fuels around – but as is the case with any energy source, you and your family have to know what to do if the unexpected occurs in your propane-powered home, especially in the winter.
Would you leave a door wide open in the middle of winter with your gas heater or pellet boiler working overtime to keep your family warm?
We’re well into heating season here in the Finger Lakes region, with temperatures already dropping into the single digits during a record- or near-record Thanksgiving week for much of our region.
Thanksgiving is a time when we show our gratitude – and there is nothing we are more grateful for than you, our loyal customers.
When it comes to keeping you warm in the winter, there aren’t many fuels that can keep up with propane. But what does propane think of the cold?
Most of today’s propane furnaces achieve efficiency ratings into the upper 90s (95 percent is now the federal minimum efficiency for gas-fired furnaces operating in the northern U.S.)…
Wood pellets are a clean burning, efficient, and powerful way to heat your Finger Lakes-area home (so says the U.S. Department of Energy, and we agree) – but how much do you really know about wood pellet fuel and wood pellet appliances?
Last month, we talked about some big advantages of automated pellet boilers.
One question we get a lot here at Ehrhart Energy is “how do I reduce impact my impact on the environment.” It’s kind of our specialty. The truth is, there are a number of ways to answer that question. Some of them involve big steps such as installing a high-efficiency pellet boiler. Others involve small […]