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Propane provides a safe, reliable, and efficient alternative for electricity-fueled appliances. If you’ve ever dreamed of leaving the power grid, propane can make it happen. You can also have propane appliances installed alongside electrical appliances.…

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One of the great advantages of propane comes from its serviceability with food. Few things equal the joy of firing up a propane grill to feed friends and family. As someone who appreciates propane, you likely already know a thing or two about how to flip…

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When you live in your first propane-fed home, you may be a little lost as to what to expect. The truth is, in the end, it’s not much different than an electric-fed home. While there are a few differences, your heater still works by a thermostat and your…

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Regular delivery of goods is not a revolutionary concept. But what about autofill propane delivery? For residents of Weatherford, TX, the per month usage of your propane can be unpredictable. While the summers are hot, the winter months can become cold…

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A homeowner can employ propane in an incredible number of ways. In addition to this variety, propane also accomplishes most tasks in a highly efficient and beneficial manner. If you thought propane was only for the grill, think again. Consider the…

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Propane is one of the best and cleanest ways to heat appliances and systems. Whether you need it for your water heater, dryer, or even to cook, it brings a lot of positive things to your home. Because it is a useful source of fuel, it is important that…

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Propane and natural gas is a fantastic energy source for homes and businesses. With many people using it in their daily lives, there is always a concern of safety to ensure you get the best use of your propane system without any affect to you. One of the…

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Looking to paint your propane tank? Luckily, you can! However, there are certain rules and regulations that must be followed, including restrictions on color choices, per NFPA 58. Aside from the National Fire Protection Agency, there may be other rules…

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Propane vs Electric Power

Considering propane energy to power your home? In this post we’ll go over some of the benefits of propane compared to electricity. From dependability, environment friendly, to long lasting appliance, there are lots of great reasons to use propane.

Dependable Source of Energy

Using propane to power your home gives you a reliable source of energy. As long as you have plenty of fuel in the tank, you never have to worry about the unexpected power outages you’ll sometimes suffer with electric power.

Clean Energy

Propane is considered one of the cleanest burning fossil fuels due to produce very low emissions. Because of this, it is not considered harmful to plants or soil making an underground tank both convenient and safe for your property. Using propane as a main source of energy will help to cut down on emissions which helps improve air quality.

Improved Appliances

Compared to electric powered appliances, you’ll find that propane power and heating is much more efficient and cost effective. This are some ways propane are an improvement to your appliance and some of the essential tasks they’re used for:

Drying clothes takes less time
Instant heat for water and cooking
Lower repair costs
Longer appliance life span

If you are considering using propane in the Weatherford, TX area, contact Heine Propane to learn more about propane, tank installation, and usage. Our team can help you determine the right size tank you’ll need and the best location for it on your property. We are available for delivery when it’s time to fill up the tank too! Just give us a call at 817-341-7240.

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Propane is one of the safest, most affordable, and efficient sources of energy out there. It’s reliable for your home or business and is very environmentally friendly. If you are on the fence about installing propane to your home, there are plenty more…
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