Propane Uses around Your HomeUncategorized
Propane is used for several of your appliances around your home. It’s uses include, cooking, drying clothes, and heating just to name a few. Propane is affordable, efficient, and safe source of energy for all of your home’s major appliances. Whether you need to heat your furnace, hot-water heater, gas fireplace, clothing dryer or stove-top, propane is the best product for your major appliances.
Pools & Spas also can use propane to keep the water at a suitable temperature, it can also be used for those backyard BBQ’s. So do not think that propane is only something you need during the cold season. It is something that can be used year round.
Propane heats up much faster than electric and that makes it much more sensible to use and with using propane it will help lower your electric bill.
Propane dryers dry clothes more efficiently and are less expensive to run than electric dryers saving about half the cost of electric dryers (U.S. Department of Energy).
Propane water heaters have sturdier components and heating elements that last longer, and can take up less room especially with the tankless models.
Propane-fueled ovens and ranges give you more precise control over temperature and heat food more evenly.
A Propane patio heater can offer soothing warm comfort on cool evenings or chilly mornings by encircling you with 20-feet of radiant heat and bringing the outdoor air temperature between 10 and 30 degrees higher.
Propane heaters will get your pool or spa to that perfect temperature much faster than any electrical heater. Not only that, they generally conserve energy for cost efficiency.
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Propane is heavier than air. If a leak in a propane fuel system occurs, the gas will have a tendency to sink into any enclosed area and thus poses a risk of explosion and fire. The typical scenario is a leaking cylinder stored in a basement; the propane leak drifts across the floor to the pilot light on the furnace or water heater, and results in an explosion or fire.