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Propane - From baths to burgers!
Know your options.
Considered cleaner than oil and more efficient than natural gas, propane might be the answer for you. read on to hear the pros and cons of propane.
Propane is a very versatile fuel. It is most commonly used for powering and heating household appliances. Installation will be determined on your existing home appliance structure. If your home currently has ducting, changing to propane should be a fairly simple process and will be outlined to you by a qualified expert.
Propane is a fossil fuel. It is separated from crude oil during the refining process, as well as from natural gas. Propane has lower emissions than other fossil fuels and is considered by many to be a clean source of energy. If you are looking for a way to avoid any fossil fuels, then propane won't be for you. However, if you're looking for a "cleaner" option than what is available to you in your area, propane could be just right for you.
Once your propane system is up and running, the most important aspect will be to ensure you use a reliable fuel supply company. Depending upon your usage, propane will be delivered to your home and your tank will be refilled. Assuming you always have adequate supply of propane, your lifestyle should not be effected by your fuel supply.
Additionally, propane has several uses around your home. From heating your home to operating your BBQ or appliances, propane is versatile and reliable.
In a nutshell
Your home will need to be assessed to see if it can be retrofit for ducting
If you’re looking for an eco solution, research how crude oil and natural gas (the source of propane) is extracted from the earth to ensure this is the solution you want to endorse
Make sure you have a suitable place for tank storage and easy access for your fuel supplier's truck.
Book your free home comfort assessment
We'll come to you, on your schedule and walk you through the options.
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