Save with a Programmable Thermostat

Save with a Programmable Thermostat

Save Energy Dollars Regardless of the Season How?  By installing a programmable thermostat on your central heating and air conditioning system.  The money you invest upgrading your thermostat today will pay you back in dividends down the road. EnergyStar-sponsored research has shown turning your thermostat back 10 to 15 degrees for eight hours a day can save from 5-15% on your heating bill. Available at home stores, these devices keep your home comfortable when you need it.  For example, program the thermostat so that after the kids have done to school it will automatically cut back the temperature.  Then, set it to come back to a comfortable temperature when they return. A good programmable thermostat can be bought for $50 – a good investment. Are you tech savvy? Now you can install a programmable thermostat that connects with your WiFi that allows you to remotely adjust the temperature from your smart phone.  Drop back the thermostat while you are away on vacation.  Then, turn it back where you like a few hours before you even make it back...

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Safety Tip: Carbon Monoxide

Safety Tip: Carbon Monoxide

Safety Tip: The Risk of Carbon Monoxide – Not Just a Winter Time Thing. ALL FUEL-BURNING APPLIANCES, regardless of the type of fuel, carry the risk of carbon monoxide (CO) poisoning if not installed, operated, vented or maintained properly.  In an enclosed space, like your home, garage, vehicle, cottage, boat, or recreational vehicle, even a small amount can be dangerous.  To ensure the safety of you and your family, remember: The manufacturer made the installation and operating manual for you, the customer – please use it! When installing, moving, testing, repairing, and maintaining appliances, use a qualified service technician.  The labor charge may save you potential bigger dollars (not to mention your health_ when something goes wrong in the future and give you peace of mind. Use appliances only for the purpose for which they were intended.  For example, grills and camping equipment weren’t made for enclosed spaces when you lose power. Make sure your home, camper or R.V. are properly ventilated so there is enough oxygen for combustion and for venting of combustion to the outdoors. When operating correctly, propane appliances burn with a blue flame.  Yellow flames or soot can indicate incomplete combustion which results in carbon monoxide. Install carbon monoxide detectors in accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions and test...

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Facebook & Twitter

Facebook & Twitter

Stay informed on News & Updates from Super Flame Gas Company, Inc. through social media.  We are now on both Facebook and Twitter.  Our news posts are automatically posted through social media, so you will see when we have added a story to our website directly from your wall.  Be sure to “Like” our Facebook page and “Follow” us on Twitter!  ...

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Come See Our New Website

Come See Our New Website

Super Flame Gas Company, inc. is proud to announce the release of our new website.  Come browse our site and learn more about our company. In addition to having more pages and content, our new site is also mobile friendly.  Enjoy reading about Super Flame Gas Company, inc. from your PC, smart phone, or tablet. Our new web address is easy to remember.  Simply go to www.SuperFlameGas.com...

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