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  1. Alice Carroll
    April 2, 2021 @ 03:28

    It’s helpful that you mentioned that different seasons will also cause different amounts of propane to be spent. I’m interested in using propane for the heating of my home soon so I’d like to know all about it in order to properly picture how to maintain it. Maybe I should also consult propane services to know if my home is perfect for such a system.


  2. Cushie
    October 27, 2021 @ 17:57

    I monitored my gas consumption over a very hot spell on a non electric site in bS Wales. Hot water, cooking and fridge used 0.5 kg per day.


  3. Louis
    April 25, 2022 @ 17:09

    I was interested in buying a double burner Campingaz stove more for emergency preparedness (considering what’s happening in the world and potential for cuts in normal gas supplies) than for actual camping, and I had some questions below I hoped you could help me with:

    > If I were to use the camping stove and gas cylinder now and again with long gaps (even years) in between use, would there be a problem with doing that and would the gas remain safe and useable?

    > Are Calor gas cylinders generally safe to store for long periods of time, and if so what is the best and safest way to store them? Is there a risk of explosions or are they generally safe?

    > I was thinking propane gas would be better for my needs, especially during winter, because if it gets very cold I can still use the gas at lower temperatures. However, would I be able to use it safely indoors (ensuring adequate ventilation)?



  4. Alice Carroll
    August 8, 2022 @ 09:03

    Thanks for the reminder that propane’s cost tend to be calculated by the liter. I’d like to know more about propane gas delivery services because I’d like to start working on making my kitchen a lot more efficient. Having a more economical fuel for its burners will surely be a good idea.


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