When it comes time to replace your home’s propane tank – whether because your current tank has reached the end of its usable life or simply because you’ve outgrown your previous model…
Believe it or not, summer 2018 is almost here – and we’ve certainly earned it after the winter we just had (officially it’s a bit more than six weeks away, but unofficially? We’re already looking longingly at Memorial Day weekend).
Here at Hocon Gas, nothing is more important than keeping you and your family safe – and although propane is one of the safest sources of home energy around, it does require some basic care and knowledge about it to keep your family protected.
If you own a landscape business and are looking for a competitive edge this spring and summer, converting your fleet to propane power could be just the ticket to kicking your bottom line up a notch:
Your water heater is a quiet workhorse in your home, working hard every day to heat the water you use in all your appliances and taps.
We’ve earned our spring here in Connecticut, after four straight Nor’easters and an early season snowstorm – and when it comes to getting the warm thoughts started, nothing beats fantasizing about the pool season to come.
As a builder, you know that every choice you make for your project matters – and two of the most important one’s you’ll have to make are how to power your building, and how to market it so it stands out from the crowd.
It may not feel like it, but ready or not, spring is officially here – and soon it will be time to kick off a new season of outdoor living at your Connecticut home.
You may think of propane simply as fuel for your barbecue grill – and if you do, you’re missing out on one of the most versatile ways to power your Connecticut home.
As you may have heard, our Connecticut neighbors at Yale University have a bit of a reputation for doing smart things. Take 2015, for example.
Since our founding in 1952, Hocon Gas has taken a customer-first approach to serving our friends and neighbors in Connecticut, New York and Massachusetts – and now is no exception.