Propane for Your Remodel

Better for your wallet and the environment

Easily transform your house into your dream home

When you upgrade to propane, you combine incredible comfort and warmth with high efficiency and lower utility bills. There's a lot to consider when deciding to switch to propane. We're here to help.

Did you know?

Propane is an approved, alternative clean fuel listed in the 1990 Clean Air Act and the National Energy Policy Act of 1992.  Propane is one of the lightest hydrocarbons in existence, meaning it burns lean and clean.  

Propane & cost

Propane is sourced in the USA, making it readily accessible and cost competitive to other fuels. You can own your own tank, or rent one – and because propane stores without degrading, you can fill your tank up in the summer when fuel costs are lower.

Many home appliances will run on propane, so you can heat your home, upgrade your stove top and water heating all on the same fuel. An added benefit is that it doesn't require a huge expensive overhaul. Often, switching to propane can be a simple as retrofitting a home's current gas line or furnace. Propane tanks don't need as much maintenance as other fuel-types, last longer and require fewer repairs over time. So whether you’re grilling a steak to perfection, or cozying up for movie night in front of the fire, you’ll feel confident in your choice to switch.


Propane & the environment

Propane doesn’t harm soil or water. In addition, the EPA doesn’t require regulation for installation of above or below-ground propane tanks because propane produces so few air contaminants.

Here are some facts to consider when choosing propane appliances and their impact on the environment:

  • Propane Furnaces emit 50% less greenhouse gases than electric furnaces and 22% less than electric heat pumps.
  • Propane water heaters produce 25% less NOx than electric.
  • Propane cooking ranges product 83% less SOx than electric ranges.
  • Propane dryers produce 42% less greenhouse gases than electric dryers.
  • Propane is domestically sourced, meaning switching supports our economy and reduced our reliance on foreign oil.