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West Nova Propane is operated under the West Nova Fuels company umbrella who is in turn, a Suncor Energy Partner. A full list of West Nova Fuels’ services and expertise can be found on their company website.

Currently, West Nova Propane operates as a full service propane distribution company on the South Shore. Traditional Hearth and Fireplace, in association with West Nova Propane, is the only full service propane company who can provide sales, service, and installation of propane fueled appliances as well as propane bulk delivery along the South Shore. Our service spans across residential, commercial and industrial appliances and we fuel customers ranging from auxiliary home heating to fully established commercial kitchens and industrial applications.

Our propane office is located in Bridgewater, Nova Scotia and we are fully staffed with sales associates, fully licensed gas technicians, WETT Certified technicians, bulk drivers, administrative assistants and operations specialists. Our staff are friendly, experienced, and are ready 5 days a week to answer any of your propane or appliance related questions and concerns. West Nova Propane also offers a 24-7 phone line used to contact our propane professionals in the event of an after hours service emergency.

Contact our Bridgewater office staff with any inquires regarding propane delivery, appliance sales, parts, service or installation. We are here to answer your questions and to be of any assistance to new or existing customers.

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Ask the Experts

Should I leave my pilot light running when I am not using the stove/fireplace?

During the fall and winter months when the fireplace is most in demand, even though electronic ignition systems allow for the turn off/on of the pilot with ease, in our climate it can be very risky to let the unit sit stagnant in regards to cold weather and increased moisture which enter through the fresh air portion of the venting at all times. Don't forget, without your pilot light the inside of your unit is the same temperature as the outside! Over exposure to these temperatures can cause the pilot to seize and fail when you really need it the most.