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Winter Ready

December 7th, 2010 Comments off

Anti-FreezeNow that the temperatures at night are dropping lower, you need to take extra care with your mobile home and/or RV. Motor homes, RVs and Campers all need to be winterized as much as the family car. The lines for the water in these cold months along with the fact many only camp in warmer weather wreaks havoc on campers around this time every year. This Anti-Freeze for a camper is a non-toxic, inhibits corrosion and prevents algae growth. Protect your investment even when temperatures drop with burst protection up to -50ºF while lubricating the valves in your system.

For those of you campers who like to do winter camping, those who love to cook out in cold weather and anyone else who uses Propane gas we have our filling station fully operational during ALL business hours. We have a new delivery system and meter so we put the proper amount of propane in your tank no matter if it is one mounted to your RV or a small gas grill cylinder we fill them all. Note for propane customers, Alabama law requires your propane cylinder be re-certified after a 12 years. If your bottle has exceeded this date or has damage that could compromise the integrity, we will not fill your tank. To be sure, you can look on the collar area of the tank for the year stamped into the metal. If the tank was re-certified the new date will be stamped on the collar vertically rather than horizontally like the other markings.

We will be closed December 23rd, 24th and 25th for the Christmas Holiday and December 30th, 31st and January 1st for the New Year. We thank you for your continued business in 2010 and it has been a great year for us. From all of us at Alabama Mobile Home we wish you a happy holiday season and appreciate your patronage.

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Propane For Sell

September 2nd, 2010 1 comment
20# Propane Tank

20# Propane Tank

As many of you have found out by coming by or calling, we have been out of propane gas. We switched suppliers so that we would be able to continue to have the best prices around on propane. The switch took a little longer than we anticipated. However, we have the new tank filled, power working and are ready to get those bottles filled for the upcoming Alabama Football Game. We know many Roll Tide fans do tailgate parties and rely on us for their propane. We thank you all for your loyal business and look forward to serving you soon.

On a side note: We will be closed Monday September 6th 2010 for the Labor Day Holiday. We will open back up at 8:00 a.m. on Tuesday September 7th 2010.

Thank You,

Webmaster at Alabama Mobile Home

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Propane Gas Repaired and Selling Fast

January 12th, 2010 Comments off
20# Propane Tank

20# Propane Tank

We have always been one of Tuscaloosa Counties largest Propane Gas (L.P.) sellers since opening our doors in 1982. We do not make deliveries, but fill the smaller portable bottles. The limit on the size of a legal transportable tank is a 100# tank that hold 23.6 gallons of propane when empty. Last week when it was announced on the news that we may get snow in the area we had some of the busiest days of pure propane sales that we have had in many years. As a result of this our pump that allows us to pump the gas from our large storage tank into the smaller bottles and meter it out was down for almost a full day. We contacted out supplier and after working with them on this for a full day we are happy to say our propane filling station is back up and fully operational. We have always prided ourselves on being competitive with out propane prices and always fill the tanks to the 80% capacity allowed by law. This is because propane is a liquid gas that expands at a very rapid rate and needs the 20% of “empty” space for that expansion. For prices on our propane see our propane on our blog page here, or call us at (205)556-1151.We thank you for your continues business and apologize for any inconvienence that our day of downtime may have caused our loyal customers.

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