How To Keep Warm With Propane Gas

November 1, 2019

It’s officially November, which means heating season is upon us. While, you may resist turning your system on for the first heating round of the season, it will be inevitable by the time winter sets in. Over 14-million families rely on propane gas to heat their homes and to fuel their furnace, hot water tank and for other appliances, according to the Propane Education and Research Council.

 

 

That’s because a well-functioning propane heating system can reduce energy costs and greenhouse gas emissions. In fact, propane heat can reduce greenhouse gas emissions by as much as 68%. Not to mention, propane heaters create higher heat temperatures, so the heat that comes out is noticeably warmer than electric heat pump counterparts. Since propane burns more efficiently, you’ll use less fuel and save on the cost of heating your home.

 

In addition, propane can be used to heat many appliances in your home. Grills, stoves, water heaters, clothes dryers, pools or spas, and fireplaces and furnaces can all be powered by propane heat. 

 

 

Not only can a propane gas fireplace make your home nice and cozy with a click of a button, but they’re also more efficient and save your money. Plus you won’t have worry about the ash and soot cleanup afterwards, which is always nice. 

 

Are you tired of running out of hot water in the morning? A high-efficiency propane tankless water heater uses energy to heat water, not store it. Providing you with a constant supply of hot water, and saving you about 27 to 50 percent of fuel costs over tank-type heaters.

 

However you decide to stay warm this season, you can find a little more peace of mind knowing your home and appliances run on a safer and more efficient fuel. Contact us today about using propane for your house heating needs, or fill out the form below and one of our certified technicians will get in touch with you shortly.

 

 

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