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Natural Gas PVC Sleeving for Gas Line Addition

Running a natural gas pipeline to a new or existing home or business is a smart upgrade to any property. Natural gas is a clean, efficient, cost-effective fuel source with many benefits. Natural gas PVC sleeving, a method of gas line installation, aids in adding...

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Retrofitting a Fireplace: Convert from Wood to Gas Logs

Fireplaces are a great addition to any home. They provide warmth and create an ambient, welcoming environment. They’re also a major focal point of conversation when homeowners have guests over. All that being said, as awareness of environmental impact and health...

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Home Energy Saving Tips For Every Day

Today, more and more people are on the hunt for energy saving tips that will save money, improve their home’s energy efficiency, and ultimately reduce their energy consumption. So, what are some realistic tips for saving energy, and what are some energy efficient...

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What is the Best Generator for Home Use?

There are many different types of backup generators and standby generators to choose from – both different brands and different sizes. Choosing the right generator means evaluating your specific needs for emergency power. You will need to clearly understand your needs...

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What is Cathodic Protection?

Cathodic protection protects underground propane tanks and/or metallic gas piping from corrosion or rust. Corrosion is a natural process that can cause costly damage to your business or residence. Cathodic protection is a simple method of protection that works by...

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Natural Gas vs Electricity: Which is More Cost Effective?

If you’re thinking of upgrading or installing new appliances in an effort to save on electricity costs and utility bills, it is very likely that you’re looking at natural gas vs electricity. One way to save costs is to look at your needs, your use, and the pros and...

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Learn More About Our Natural Gas Emergency Response Team

  RP Gas Piping is one of Arizona’s most qualified and efficient natural gas contractors, with a natural gas emergency response team ready to respond quickly and effectively when customers need service safely restored. Natural Gas Emergency Service in AZ RP Gas...

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Gas Line Inspection and Permits: Important Information

The intricate system of gas pipelines lying beneath our homes and businesses is often out of sight and out of mind. Yet, they play an essential role in ensuring the comfortable life we're accustomed to. Gas pipe installations come with many requirements, and...

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What Size Propane Tank Do I Need for My House?

So, you're asking yourself this question: "What size propane tank do I need for my house?" — and this article will answer it for you! You’ve weighed the pros and cons of natural gas vs. propane as the heat source for your home and determined that propane will work...

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What to Do if You Smell Gas: 6 Steps to Safety

A natural gas leak is one of the most dangerous situations Arizona homeowners can face. Even the smallest leak puts your home, your business and your family at risk. Natural gas leaks can lead to fires and explosions, and, if the gas is not burned completely, to carbon monoxide poisoning. Would you know what to do?

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10 Questions about Natural Gas

You have questions about natural gas, and we have answers! Today, we’re answering 10 top questions to provide you with the information you want. We will delve into the origins of natural gas, its extraction process, environmental advantages, global production, and...

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Do You Know If You Have Natural Gas Lines On Your Property?

Did you know, private/house gas lines after the gas meter on your property or place of business in Arizona are your responsibility to inspect, maintain and repair, not the gas companies? Most homeowners and business owners will be aware of whether or not there is a natural gas supply and meter to their home, but many do not know the number of and where the actual gas lines are located on their property, or if they are underground or above ground.

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Propane Tanks: Above or Below Ground?

If you plan to have a propane tank installed on your property, you might ask yourself this all-important question: above or below ground? Of course, many factors and considerations can make one option better for you. And this article will outline them for you so you...

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How to Bury a Propane Tank

Burying a propane tank isn't easy, and there are strict rules and regulations to follow for installation. With their specialized design features and connection requirements, the installation process must be done properly and safely. Here is a step-by-step guide for...

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