Why Propane?

Some of your home’s most critical functions run at their best when they’re fueled by gas. But not everyone has access to natural gas for their home. You may live in a more rural area, or perhaps a body of water nearby blocks the pipeline.

That’s where propane comes in. Propane is available virtually anywhere because it’s stored on your property and delivered by a local propane supplier.

Propane homes have a number of advantages over all-electric homes.

Propane Works Harder

Performance is the number one reason most people choose propane. After all, it can efficiently and effectively meet nearly all of your home’s major energy needs, inside and out, from space heating and water heating to outdoor flame lighting and fire pits.

Propane Saves Money

Propane appliances are extremely energy efficient and can save you hundreds, possibly even thousands, of dollars in annual energy costs. And propane itself is abundant, and competitively priced compared with electricity, heating oil, or other fuels. Everyone wants to cut energy costs; propane will help you do it.

Propane is Unbeatably Clean

For homeowners interested in reducing their carbon footprint, propane is a low-carbon alternative fuel that burns cleanly and produces significantly fewer greenhouse gas emissions than most other energy sources. In addition, propane is a non-poisonous, non-toxic fuel that won’t contaminate soil or groundwater, making it safe to use anywhere.

The All-Propane Home

You might be surprised by all that propane has to offer. The all-propane home provides your family with the utmost comfort. You’ll also enjoy greater efficiency and energy savings compared with all-electric homes. The beauty of an all-propane home is that the more appliances and systems you have that run on propane, the bigger the benefits.

Here are some of the most important systems to consider including in your all-propane home:

Propane Safety

Propane is not only an efficient, effective fuel for your home, it’s also completely safe when handled properly. Follow these tips to safeguard your home and family.

What to Do if You Smell Gas in Your Home

Propane is naturally odorless. We add the odor to it, to help you identify it. If you smell propane gas in your home, follow these steps:

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Safe Appliance Installation

Installing or repairing gas appliances — or undertaking any gas-related project — is not something to take lightly. It’s something only a qualified professional should handle.

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Safe Grilling

Don’t forget: The most important ingredient to any grill-out is safety. Check out these important tips to prevent injury and keep propane grilling enjoyable.

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Winter Weather Safety

Staying comfortable and safe during the winter is as easy as planning ahead. Go through the cold weather preparation checklist.

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Power Outage Safety

If your home uses propane, there are 10 simple steps you can take to keep your family safe and avoid potential dangers during a power outage.

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