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Fuel Summer Fun with Northwest Propane

Summer is the best season in Northern Texas—it’s warm, sunny, bright, and the days are long. Make the most out of your outdoor living this season with outdoor propane living appliances such as pool heaters, outdoor kitchens, fire pits, patio heaters, and grills! Especially now that you’re spending more time at home, make your home […]

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Get Your Outdoor Oasis Ready for Memorial Day with Propane

Memorial Day is right around the corner, and that means we’re entering the unofficial start to the North Texas summer season! With the weather heating up more and more each week, it’s no wonder that people are out getting their yards, lawns, and barbecues ready for grilling season. With the current state of social distancing […]

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Corporate and Personal Precautions for Coronavirus (COVID-19) Safety

The world’s medical community continues to closely monitor the emergence and spread of Coronavirus, or COVID-19. Organizations like the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Occupational Health and Safety Administration (OSHA), and the World Health Organization (WHO) have made recommendations on how to best navigate these challenging times. We at Northwest Propane have been […]

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Is Propane Less Expensive Than Electricity?

When it comes to choosing an energy option for your home in North Texas, cost is a major factor to consider. Are you stuck wondering which is more affordable, propane or electricity? Read this helpful blog to understand how propane gas is significantly less expensive than electricity. Once you see the numbers, it will be […]

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Texas Propane Tank Monitoring: Why You Need It

  Fall is right around the corner! While we haven’t faced any serious storms just yet, North Texas homeowners know it’s only a matter of time before thunderstorms and cold winds come our way. But there’s one thing Northwest customers don’t have to worry about: remembering to order propane before their tanks run dry. That’s […]

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