Benefits of Gas
Your home is a long-term investment and propane provides long-term value. It’s a match made in homeowner heaven. Count on it.
Propane warms you all the way down to your wallet.
Propane furnaces heat evenly and deliver warmer air faster than electricity-up to 25° warmer. So you can relax. And propane furnaces last 15-20 years, an average of about 5-10 years longer than electric heat pumps. That makes it easy for your wallet to relax, too.
More hot water, twice as fast.
If you have an electric water heater, you may be putting up with cold showers and slow recovery times. But propane water heaters heat water nearly twice as fast as electric ones. So you can run the washing machine, do the dishes and take a shower without worrying about running out of hot water. And over time, propane water heaters can cost a third less to operate.
Preferred by chefs everywhere.
There’s a reason so many professional chefs overwhelmingly prefer to cook with gas. With a propane cooktop, you’ll get instant heat, precise temperature control and even heating. And we’re pretty confident, some terrific meals.
He’ll turn the fireplace into the center of the room again.
In 2003, more than 65% of all hearth products sold used gas. It’s easy to see why gas fireplaces have become so popular. Unlike traditional wood-burning fireplaces, propane fireplaces burn cleanly and keep heat circulating throughout the room. Plus, the “instant on, instant off” of a propane fireplace is a lot easier than hauling wood. And with so many different designs to choose from, there’s a propane fireplace to match your style.
Propane makes the great outdoors even greater.
It’s probably no surprise that more than 63% of homeowners who cook outdoors use propane grills. But propane does so much more outside than grill. Propane lights the walkway, heats the pool, warms the patio and zaps the mosquitoes.
A friend to your environment.
Propane is an approved alternative fuel, listed in the Clean Air Act of 1990. And since it burns cleanly, you’ll be helping to cut emissions and protect the environment. Quite the feel-good energy.
He takes safety very seriously.
The propane industry adheres to rigorous safety standards. Our employees are especially trained to handle propane. And we’re constantly adopting new ways to improve the safety of many household items.
Propane has mastered the art of curb appeal.
Today, more and more builders are either installing propane tanks underground or having them landscaped. So your home can be as beautiful outside as it is comfortable inside.
The value is easy to see and easy to get.
Of course, having propane or propane appliances installed in your home is easy with the help of a propane retailer. For the one nearest you, visit usepropane.com where you can locate a propane retailer in your area who’ll show you how easy it is to switch to propane.
Propane gives you more savings with every BTU.
Compared to electricity, propane gives you more for your energy dollar. Over time, propane on average costs about half as much per BTU as electricity. And propane appliances have a shorter energy savings payback period. So the longer you plan on staying in your home, the greater the value propane offers.
He’ll make sure you won’t lose your shirt.
Propane dryers dry clothes more efficiently and cost about half as much to operate as electric dryers. Propane dryers also supply a moist heat, which is gentle on your clothes. And that can mean less wear and tear on your wallet.
You can depend on him.
Propane is a self-contained energy source, which allows for the kind of reliability home owners want. So when the power goes out, you won’t have to, because once you’re cooking a meal on a propane cooktop, not even the occasional blackout can stop you from putting dinner on the table. And if you’ve got a propane generator, you can even run all your electrical appliances, including the lights.
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