The boiler room that heats Jay Peak Resort’s hotel and water park has a lot to accomplish. It must maintain the water temperature at 84 degrees and the air temperature inside, even during frigid Vermont winters.

In this Q&A video, facilities and maintenance manager Josh LaRocque explains how the boiler room does it, and why propane is critical to the resort’s operations. Twelve high-efficiency boilers provide hot water and glycol to supply hot water, snowmelt, and space heating for the water park and to the resort’s flagship hotel.

To learn more about Jay Peak Resort, including how the resort’s restaurant kitchens, residences, and luxury outdoor amenities rely on versatile propane for applications like cooking, fireplaces and fire pits, clothes drying, and heat, check out the case study.


Tech & Trends – Heating Jay Peak

The boiler room that heats Jay Peak Resort’s hotel and water park has a lot to accomplish. It must maintain the water and air temperature inside, even during frigid Vermont winters. Facilities and maintenance manager Josh LaRocque explains how the boiler room does it, and why propane is critical to the resort’s operations.

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