Why Add Propane Appliances To Your Home?
If you use propane for your home furnace, you already know how efficient and powerful a fuel it is. But did you know it could power just about any appliance in your home – and that the more propane appliances you have, the better a deal it becomes for you?
Let’s say you add a propane water heater, for example. You’ll spend 30 percent less to operate it than you would a conventional electric model – or even less if you choose a tankless water heater.
Other Benefits Of Propane Appliances
But water heaters are just the tip of the “propane is better” iceberg. Consider these other propane appliance benefits:
- A propane gas cooking range will give you precision temperature control that no electric stovetop can match.
- A propane clothes dryer will dry your clothes faster and cause less wear and tear.
- A propane hearth will give you the romantic glow of a fire at the touch of a button while providing four times the heating efficiency of a wood-burning fireplace (and without the mess).
- A propane space heater will heat a room faster and more effectively than an electric heater – good news for those of us living here in southeastern Massachusetts and northern Rhode Island.
In fact, with every propane appliance you add, you’ll save money and get better performance with propane than electricity. And that doesn’t even get into the eco benefits of propane, which drastically reduces emissions vs. electricity generated by burning methane-bearing natural gas or coal.
Anyway you slice it, more propane appliances means more benefit for you. Best of all, every appliance can be linked to a single propane tank, making it easy to refuel with reliable propane deliveries all year long.
Thinking about adding propane appliances to your home? We can help! Contact the propane experts at W.H. Riley & Son today to learn more.