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When it comes to energy for your home, there's nothing like propane - the fuel for all seasons and all reasons.
You may choose between C.O.D. delivery, where you call us to have your propane delivered, or automatic delivery, where we monitor your fuel supply for you based on your usage history and weather conditions, and deliver your propane when you need it. In addition, we have 24-hour emergency delivery available - and if for any reason you run out of product, our drivers can relight pilots on a stove for you.
You may also refill barbecue or camp propane tanks at our facility at 196 Broadway in Saranac Lake. Our friendly staff is ready to assist you. (If your tank weighs 100 pounds or more, it must leave our facility standing upright to meet DOT regulations.)
Our expert, certified technicians perform periodic maintenance (a tune-up) on your propane equipment. Hyde Fuel's expert technicians can restore your system to peak operating condition with a periodic tune-up. There are many benefits to a tune-up:
Today's propane heating systems are extremely energy-efficient and environmentally-friendly. Propane furnaces are readily available that are over 95 percent efficient. Whether you are new to propane or upgrading your current equipment, your energy-efficient equipment upgrade begins by calling us at (518) 891-3151 or contacting us online. Our installation experts can examine your usage and discuss your choices in new equipment. At Hyde Fuel, we represent the top brands in propane equipment. And, we have the most experienced (and friendliest!) technicians in the Tri-Lakes region who are trained and re-trained in the latest installation and safety techniques.
Propane has an excellent safety record, but as is the case when handling any fuel, there is some risk involved. To ensure your safety, as well as the safety of those around you, please review the brochures on this page, follow all of the safety tips included therein, and exercise caution whenever handling propane equipment.
Propane Safety Booklet
Thirty-two pages of important safety information every propane user should read. Topics covered here include:
Important Safety Information for you and your family
Get all the basics from this small brochure that covers topics ranging from what to do if you smell gas, to carbon monoxide, lighting pilot lights, appliance maintenance and running out of gas.
Important Safety Information for users of small cylinders
This four-page brochure was written specifically for people using small cylinders, such as those used in propane-fired grills. You will learn the proper ways to store, transport and refill small cylinders, among other critical safety lessons.
Sixty million Americans a year use propane to make their lives more comfortable. More versatile than electric heat, propane can be used to power so many things:
Propane is cheaper than electricity. According to the U.S. Department of Energy, heating a home with propane over the last few years has cost significantly less than with electricity, and in most cases, about half as much, on average. And, over time, propane water heaters can cost one-third less to operate and recover water twice as quickly as electric water heaters.
You can learn all about the advantages of clean, safe, economical, efficient propane by visiting these helpful websites: