A propane patio heater can really take the edge off a cool Louisiana or Arkansas evening if you like to entertain outdoors year-round – but not everyone has the space to accommodate a freestanding or tabletop patio heater.
Thanksgiving is a time for gratitude – and there is nothing we are more grateful for than you, our loyal O’Nealgas customers.
If you’re a restaurant owner – or planning to become one – one of the most important decisions you will make is how to power your business in a way that preserves your profit and minimizes headaches along the way.
At O’Nealgas, we take a lot of pride in getting our Northern Louisiana AND Southern Arkansas neighbors the reliable propane deliveries they need – as we have in all of the work we have done for our customers since 1952.
Propane has long been one of the most efficient and versatile fuels around – yet some people still think of it simply as the stuff you find in your barbecue or camp stove.
When it comes to investing in a new appliance, seeing – and touching – is believing.
You wouldn’t know it by looking at your thermometer, but we’re into our third week of fall here in Louisiana & Arkansas – which means that sooner or later, the cool weather will arrive and we will start to rely on our home heating systems to keep us warm at night. If you live in a propane-powered home, here are five things you can do to prepare for the fall and winter to come: Refill your propane tank early – Don’t wait until winter is in full force to order your propane gas – get it now, before the rush for fuel […]
If you’re using it to power space heaters , water heaters , fireplaces, and other appliances in your Louisiana or Arkansas home, you already know that propane is one of the most versatile sources of home energy around.
If you’re planning a kitchen remodel, or are simply in the market to replace some of your appliances, one item on your shopping list may be a vent hood for your propane cooking range. But what kind of hood is right for you?
You rely on your water heater every day to fill your showers, dishwasher, sinks, and washing machine, and you pay for those necessities –to the tune of about 18 percent of your monthly energy bill on average, according the the U.S. Department of Energy.