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Author: Katie Forbes

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Meet Denise

Facility & Inventory Specialist

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Denise has been working for Tevis Propane for 2 years and is responsible for our Hampstead facility and inventory. Her meticulous attention to detail is seen through our grill exchange rack operation and inventory parts control. With Denise around everything runs smoother!

It’s a family affair, her boyfriend Barry and son Seth work for the Tevis Family of Companies.

She has been a volunteer firefighter with the Upperco VFC for 4 years.

She has two dogs, Venus and Duke at home!

Words her co-workers used to describe her: efficient, organized, knowledgeable, kind

The feel good fuel is propane. Millions of homes use propane to power generators, cook and heat their home. The National Propane Gas Association calls propane a green solution “for the environmentally conscious consumer.” Here are some facts about how propane is clean and environmentally friendly.

Clean Burning

Propane is clean burning, and unlike other fuels, it is not considered a greenhouse gas. Propane is actually on the list of approved clean fuel by the U.S. government. It emits far fewer damaging emissions than any other readily available carbon-based engine fuel.

Non Toxic

Propane is non-toxic and will not create an environmental hazard if released as a liquid or vapor into water or soil. It is not damaging to fresh or salt-water ecosystems. Propane is not air pollution because the vapor will not negatively affect the air. It is also not toxic if accidentally inhaled by animals or people.

Tevis Propane commits to maintaining the highest levels of safety for the well-being of our employees, customers and communities. By utilizing a fuel that is safe for the environment, we know that we are serving our customers to the best of our ability.

For more information on propane and the environment visit Propane101 or call contact us today.

While fall is about football and falling leaves, it also means winter is just around the corner. As the weather changes, it’s the perfect time to make sure you are ready for the winter season. Here are some things to do before the first real cold snap.

  • Check your propane levels

The first thing you need to do is to make sure you have enough propane to get through the fall and winter. If your tank is getting low, now is the time to order propane. Don’t wait until the weather turns bitterly cold!

  • Check your heating system

You probably haven’t turned on your heat since last winter, and who knows what shape you system is in today. The fall is a great time to have your heating system checked by a professional to ensure it’s clean and working properly.

  • Let us know if you have a new appliance

Have you been working hard on your home this year? If you have added an new or additional propane appliance, please let us know. This ensures that your deliveries remain accurate!

  • Review propane safety

It is important to make sure everyone in your household knows what propane smells like and has a plan in case of a leak. Additional propane safety information can be found here.

Have questions or need to order propane? Contact us today!