You’re likely familiar with the use of propane gas for fueling your grill for every backyard barbecue, but did you know that propane can be used for so much more, including fueling all different parts of your home? Now it’s up to you to decide whether residential propane might be the right choice for you and your home.
Here are a few things to consider to make your decision easier:
- Do you want a smaller carbon footprint? Are you aware of your own carbon footprint and the impact you leave on the environment just through your home? If so, you might want to consider switching to residential propane. Propane doesn’t produce much soot or contaminate the soil or water supply, so you can rest comfortably in your home knowing that your choice of fuel is kinder to the environment.
- How will you use it? Another important consideration is how you plan to use it. There are many appliances that can be switched to residential propane, and you could even switch to propane for nearly your entire home. You can use it for heating, generators, refrigerators, dryers, fireplaces, water heaters, and more.
- Will you remember to refill it? One important thing to remember about residential propane is that you will have to remember to refill your tank regularly. Allowing the levels in the tank to get too low can result in insufficient fuel for the house. Fortunately, if you choose us for your propane refills, we have multiple delivery methods available. You can either keep track of your tank on your own and call us as you need the refills, set a regular refill schedule, or opt for our automatic refill program, which allows us to monitor your tank and automatically deliver the refill without any extra hassle on your end.
Residential propane can be a great alternative to your regular heating or fueling options for your home. Give us a call if you would like to learn more or schedule our services.