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  • Mar 26, 2015 9:36:22 AM 0

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    Posted in Propane By Mike

    At Axmen Propane we call it “Tank up for Summer Fill”

    Here’s the idea...

    We know that most years the price of propane is lower in the summer. Winter prices can be erratic and sometimes downright nasty.  Winter also brings major storms that disrupt supplies and make it difficult to get to many people’s houses. That’s more risk that just isn’t necessary.

    The solution is to have enough tank capacity to allow us to fill you on a nice summer day, at the lowest price, once a year.

    Call the Propane Office at (406)626-2490 and we'll help you figure out which options work best for you.  We also have underground tanks that look great (because you can’t see them).  It might be a good time to go down under.

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  • Mar 6, 2015 10:51:00 AM 0

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    Posted in Alternative Energy By Kendahl

    Q. I'm interested in propane wall heaters for my cabin.  What do you have that doesn't require power? How does it work?

    HomComfort DV8 Direct Vent Propane HeaterHomComfort Model DV8 - 7,500 BTU (pictured right) is the perfect heater to add soothing atmospheric warmth to your smaller-size rooms. The slim, compact design of each unit allows it to tuck out of the way on any outside wall. It uses no electricity and is ideal for bedrooms or studies since each unit vents directly to the outside. This wall furnace will add endless comfort to any application. An optional blower, however, does require electricity.  There are also models that feature an output of 13,000 BTU's & 21,000 BTU's.

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  • Feb 18, 2015 5:09:53 PM 0

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    Posted in Propane By Kendahl

    Propane Tanks - What are the different types?

    Underground Propane TanksAbove Ground Propane Tanks

    • Above Ground (A/G):  Above Ground Tanks are set according to local laws and regulations on the ground near your home/office and away from any sources of ignition. they are usually painted white, aluminum, or some other light-reflecting color for safety reasons. A/G tanks are ideal for consumers in mountainous areas, where burial is difficult, and those with a satisfactory space in their yard. These tanks are more accessible by your propane dealer for filling and maintenance as well.
    • Underground (U/G):  Underground Tanks are designed to be buried under the ground surface and are completely out of sight, except for the dome that covers the valves for servicing the tank. A tough chemical and water-resistant coating is applied at the factory, which is designed to be the final coating for the tank prior to its burial in the ground. QSC U/G tanks are also provided with an anode bracket that your dealer can use to provide additional anode protection against corrosion.
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