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Topic: OT propane tanks > RE: +Propane Emissions (2 msgs / 45 lines)
1) From: miKe mcKoffee
A few years ago we were actually contemplating selling the house because I
was so sick and tired of electric stoves and our development doesn't have
NG. It's was then four blocks away but would have run us $10 Grand to bring
it to our house! I thought propane tanks had to be 10ft from buildings and
property lines etc. At a Home & Garden show discovered in our locale up to
120gal propane tanks can be located anywhere outside so scheduled an
installation on the spot and headed back over to the kitchen area to really
check out all the high end gas ranges we'd earlier only wished we could look
at seriously. Got a killer deal on our Viking at the show saving a cool
Grand. Oh, located the tank 'round the side yard up next to side of garage
out of sight of backyard.
I will never not have a gas range again. Life's too short to drink bad
coffee AND life's too short to have to cook on an electric range!
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2) From: Lynne Biziewski
I am so jealous. I had gas in my house (now long sold), which we had put in
when we remodeled the kitchen. Oh, cooking on it was heaven.
The flat top electric range I had in my last apt. was the closest any
electric can come to compare to the cooking ability of gas.
And of course, the electric stove I now have in this apt. sucks big time. Ah
well... in time...
Lynne
On 2/17/07, miKe mcKoffee  wrote:
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