Adding Propane Appliances To Your Home

June 30, 2022 –

Don’t settle for less than propane performance! Whether you’re ready to replace aging appliances or looking to add new ones to your home, you can always rely on propane for better performance and higher efficiency.

You’ll be treating yourself to an upgrade when you install propane appliances in your home. For overall performance and energy efficiency, propane outperforms other energy sources.

Reliable Comfort   Reliable comfort

When it comes to your family’s comfort, no other energy source comes close to propane. Propane appliances can maintain your family’s comfort and safety during outages. Nontoxic and nonpoisonous, propane is a low-carbon fuel alternative that produces fewer greenhouse gas emissions than most energy sources and won’t contaminate groundwater or soil. And with propane, you don’t need to worry about losing heat. During storms and power outages, you can always rely on propane.

Increased Savings   Increased savings

High-efficiency propane appliances can save you hundreds in annual energy costs. For example, a propane furnace does the job for about half the price of electricity. Plus, a propane-fueled furnace is smaller and can last 15 to 20 years — nearly 50% longer than electric heat pumps!

Sustainable Living   Sustainable living

Propane is not only a clean-air fuel but will keep working even if the power goes out. Whether you choose a portable generator for lighter-duty needs or a standby generator to keep your entire home running when the grid is down, propane-powered appliances ensure you stay up and running smoothly.

Deluxe Appliances   Deluxe appliances

Propane can power the kind of high-end, high-performance appliances you want for your home. Did you know ninety-six percent of professional chefs prefer cooking with gas? That’s because it offers instant heat, more precise temperature control, and greater efficiency — all great reasons to upgrade to propane kitchen appliances.

Some appliances fueled by propane include water heaters, ranges, ovens, stoves, clothes dryers, fireplaces, generators, furnaces, and boilers. For details on the many functions of appliances that run on propane, check out our home propane offerings.

1 Comment

  1. Edward E Fogarty on December 14, 2020 at 5:53 pm

    Woul like to see a list of appliances, especially ovens and cost

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