I run out of propane for the garage heater

I have a small side business that I run out of my garage.

I work for an automobile dealership during the day and on the weekends I repair cars and trucks for my friends and family members.

I also advertise my services online. Lately business has been pretty good and I’ve had to turn down a couple of people that were looking for a mechanic. It’s been busy at the dealership too. This is the time of year when people are thinking about making repairs, because the cold weather is just around the corner. The cold weather reminded me that it is time to fill up the propane tank for the garage heater. I have to keep a heater in the garage because it gets cold and buffalo. The temperatures in Buffalo during the winter months are freezing and there is snow on the ground most of the time. When there isn’t snow, there is a ton of ice. It’s not exactly the best place to live in the middle of the winter season. When I hooked up the new propane cylinder to my garage heater, I heard a very strange hissing sound. I had no idea why the sound was occurring. It was something that had not happened in the past. I contacted a Buffalo, NY furnace repair service and I asked them a couple of questions. They were nice enough to give me some troubleshooting tips over the phone. They also offered to come to look at the problem if I couldn’t figure it out. I don’t think it’s worth paying a ton of money for a Buffalo repair mechanic to be honest, because the space heater only cost me about $200.

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