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Propane is a very versatile source of energy and will save you a lot of money in the long run. Let CoEnergy Propane help you begin converting your home and vehicles. Here is a list of different ways to use propane this summer. Propane is great for fireplaces, water heaters, patio heaters and more. 

Fireplace – along with home heating systems, propane can power your fireplaces as well. They are easy to maintain and clean up. Any gas fireplace can quickly and easily be converted to propane, inside or outside.

Water heating – although the upfront costs are considerably more, propane water heaters typically use 50% less energy, making the long-term savings worth the short-term investment. Compared with an electric model, a propane water heater can save you 60% on your energy bills.

Pool and spa heating – join the millions around the world that already use propane to heat their swimming pools, spas, hot tubs, saunas, whirlpools, and patio.

Lawn care – many lawn care fleets (lawn mowers, trimmers, leaf blowers, etc.) have switched to propane to lower fuel emissions and costs, while increasing performance. According to,  “For a limited time only, the Propane Mower Incentive Program amounts have been doubled  making the rewards of switching better than ever. Now through March 2015, you can earn $2,000 per qualifying new mower purchase or $1,000 per qualifying mower conversion.“

Gas grills – propane is used to power most grills sold in the United States. Propane can also be used to power mobile home and RV appliances, generators, and greenhouse heaters.

Gas lighting – give your landscape an old-fashioned look with outdoor gas lights. Propane is cheaper and better for the environment than electricity, and are ideal for more rural areas, where electricity is sparse or not available.