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  • What the first-time propane tank user should know

    So you’ve moved into your new home with that big propane tank sitting in the backyard. Now what? It’s time to celebrate! Not only is propane a clean and cost-effective way to heat your home, U.S. Department of Energy research says that propane clothes dryers perform at half the cost of electric dryers. Additionally, The […]

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  • Tevis in the Community – Footworks

    Tevis Energy is pleased to invite you to Footworks – An Exhibit Celebrating the Carroll Arts Center’s 12th Anniversary. All of the original pieces in this delightful exhibit have been created by talented local artists measure exactly 12″ x 12″ and will include painting, drawing, printmaking, collage, sculpture, photography and mixed media. Additionally, each 12″x12″ […]

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  • Everybody knows what happens on April 15th, but do you know what changes on the 16th this year?

    The National Appliance Energy Conservation Act (NAECA), approved by Congress and administered by the US Department of Energy (DOE), has put forth new regulations requiring that water heaters produced after April 16, 2015 must conform to new energy efficiency standards. These translate to a mandatory increase of 3% – 30% greater efficiency vs. current models, […]

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  • Get Your Sizzle On… It’s Time to Grill!

    After being cooped up indoors this winter, we’re all impatient to get outside and enjoy some warmth and the company of good friends. This year you can put yourself in charge, and make that happen on your schedule…if you have the power of propane! Tevis Propane’s Hampstead showroom carries everything you need for a comfortable […]

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  • How Cold are We Compared to Last Winter?

    By this point in the season, many of us speculate how the current winter compares to previous winters.  For most people, their comparison is based on a particular memory, snow totals, or their heating bill.  Makes sense.  But when your business depends on predicting how much heating oil a customer’s home will consume in a season, […]

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  • Groundhog’s Day – Bad News and Good News

    Groundhog’s Day – Bad News and Good News Edit First, the BAD news…. Punxsutawney Phil saw his shadow.  In a mix of snow, sleet, and freezing rain this morning, one wouldn’t expect any shadow at all, but apparently he saw something.  Now we’re in for another 6 weeks of winter… maybe. Now, the GOOD news…. Propane […]

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  • Propane Education and Research Enhancement Act of 2014 Signed Into Law

    Washington, DC (December 18, 2014) – Today, President Barack Obama signed H.R. 5705, the “Propane Education and Research Enhancement Act of 2014,” into law. This piece of legislation modifies the functions of the Propane Education and Research Council and the data that the Department of Commerce is to use in developing its annual propane price […]

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  • Tevis Home – The Christmas Carol

    “Tevis Home” Oh the weather outside is frightful And our fireplace wall’s delightful So we’re the place for you to go Tevis Home, Tevis Home, Tevis Home   Oh it doesn’t show signs of stopping And our pellet stoves are popping The grills are turned way down low Tevis Home, Tevis Home, Tevis Home   […]

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  • Propane Winter Safety Tips

    We’ve already witnessed winter’s wrath this November with bone-chilling cold.  Now, with some meteorologists forecasting pre-Thanksgiving snow this week, we’ve decided it’s time to provide our Maryland propane users with some winter safety tips! It’s very important for our customers to be prepared for winter weather, especially in the mid-Atlantic where the weather can change […]

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  • Propane Winter Outlook 2014-15

    After a brutal winter and cool summer, many customers are wondering what this winter of 2014-15 will bring.  In answering this, let’s first take a look back at the factors that caused last year’s propane shortage. Frigid Temperatures.  Last winter was one of the coldest we’ve had in recent memory.  It was the same all […]

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