Propane gas is commonly used in homes for cooking, heating and drying.
Water-Saver Toilet Tip
Become a plumbing detective with this simple test for your toilet.
I’ve Always Noticed A Black Diamond On My Tape Measure, But Had No Idea Why Until Now
Carpenters must know this, but a whole lot of other people do not.
A Look at the Gas Stations of Tomorrow
Among the features in the works or on oil companies’ drawing boards for their retail operations: mobile apps to fill up more quickly, and lots of alternative fuels.
What Does Natural Gas Smell Like?
What Does Natural Gas Smell Like? Philadelphia Gas Works takes to the streets to ask real Philadelphians what they know about the smell of natural gas. Enjoy...
How to Ruin Your Home Improvement Projects
No one wants to ruin their home improvement projects, but sometimes we set ourselves up for failure. Find out how to start on the right foot.
Oil Is Potential
Both the everyday products we use and those future innovations we're only starting to dream of are made possible through the advancements in natural gas and ...
5 Tips to Minimize Storm Damage Repair From High Winds & Hail
Storms with high winds and hail can be brutal to your home and property, but there are ways to prepare so storm damage repair will be minimal. The experienced team at
Propane Industry Tells Consumers To Prepare For Winter Now
Summer isn’t over yet, but propane industry officials say it’s already time to start thinking about propane supplies for the coming winter.
Natural Gas 101: How to Read Your Natural Gas Bill
We’re taking it back to the basics! Your monthly natural gas bill from Gas South provides more information than you may realize. Reading your bill shouldn’t be a hassle, so we’ve created a tell-all guide to clear up any confusion and help you understand your Gas South bill. Account Details: This section provides your account … Continue reading "Natural Gas 101: How to Read Your Natural Gas Bill"