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The Many Benefits of Propane Conversion

January 22, 2019

Propane is a cost-efficient way to power your home. From appliances like dryers and gas ranges to outdoor grills, furnaces and water heaters, propane can make your life easier by fueling your everyday life in an eco-friendly way. If your home is currently powered by oil or electricity alone then it’s time for propane conversion.

What Is Propane?

Propane is the result of natural gas processing. It’s sometimes known as LPG or liquified petroleum gas – although other types of gas are also considered LPG, including butane and isobutane. Because it’s readily available, propane is a widely popular option to fuel homes. Heating, cooking and hot water are only a few of the different uses that propane gas can have in your home.

Propane Gas Is Cost-Efficient

A high-end range is one of the benefits of propane conversion

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This type of gas is highly efficient and affordable. It uses less energy than oil and electricity, which means that, regardless of the price, propane will make your appliances run smoother and more efficiently than oil or electricity. We recently did a comparison between propane gas and electricity (available here.) The results were staggering, with propane gas being the clear winner of the battle because of its efficiency and price. Propane-powered appliances will do their job faster than oil or electricity-powered appliances.

Propane Gas Is Eco-Friendly

We’re all worried about the environment – as we should be – and we’re constantly looking for eco-friendly alternatives to everyday products. Reducing your use of plastic is a great way of taking care of the planet and propane conversion is one as well. This low-carbon fuel alternative is made in the United States and produces fewer greenhouse emissions than other energy sources.

Propane conversion should be at the top of your list if you want to reduce your carbon footprint.

Propane Is Versatile

This gas has many uses. According to the Propane Education and Research Council, propane can be used in agriculture,  in construction, and in landscape management. Of course, homeowners will mostly use it to get central heat, hot water, dry clothes, and perfectly grilled food.

Propane Is Everywhere

It’s easy to do a propane conversion in your home in North Texas – just contact Northwest Propane! Our team of experienced propane experts is ready to help you make the switch seamlessly. Once they get you all set up with propane gas, call us whenever you need a tank refill. It’s that simple! Request a free quote today.