Do you use LPG at home? We do. We have a gas range in our kitchen and it’s where we cook everything we eat. Ever since I was a little girl, it has always been Shellane.
Don’t worry, it’s still the same product we grew up with and continue to trust, it just underwent a simple name change. The LPG (Liquefied Petroleum Gas) inside the tank comes from the same Shell depot and the tank itself has all the same safety features and the same reliable regulators as before. It also undergoes the same stringent inspection procedures… so apart from the name, nothing has changed.
The Shellane 7-Point Safety Check is still applicable for Solane. Click on the image above for a closer look. New or old user, it’s very important to keep these safety and emergency tips in mind when using LPG tanks at home.
I have actually experienced using another brand of LPG (which shall remain unnamed) at home and I must say I wasn’t very happy with it. First of all, it was hard to call them for orders. Secondly, their delivery time frame was rather unpredictable so we actually experienced not being able to cook for a couple of days. With Solane you get the following benefits:
- You can order online at http://solane.com.ph/online-ordering! No more busy phone lines. What’s more, every Solane online purchase from June 2 to Sept. 30, 2012 earns you one (1) raffle entry for a chance to win a whole year’s supply of Solane. You can opt to pay via cash or credit card. Call Solane’s Hatid Bahay Hotline at 887-5555 for orders within Metro Manila. If you’re outside Metro Manila, you can text 0918-887-5555 (please note that this is a text only number).
- You can be sure of what you’re getting because of Solane’s Timbang Challenge! The tank is weighed in front of the customer prior to installation for home deliveries. So far Solane is the only company who does this.
- You get a free refrigerator magnet on your first delivery.
- You can be part of the Solane Loyalista Plus Program for rewards and perks. You get a free gift with every order of an 11-kg refill tank via Solane’s Hatid Bahay Hotline.
If you haven’t tried Solane, now would be a good time to do so. If you’ve always been a Shellane user, the quality you trust is now in Solane. Visit the Solane Home Page to learn more. 🙂
*This post is brought to you by Solane.
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