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Builders

Start building with propane.

Propane is man’s best fuel; it’s efficient, clean, American made energy that makes building a home or business seamless because of its versatile uses. Propane powered equipment can be used for so much: heating and hot water, cooking, drying, grilling, pool heating, and more.

Why build with propane?

It’s clean energy. Propane emits significantly less CO2 compared to electricity for key residential applications like water heating. That is because about 30 percent of the electricity in the U.S. is produced by coal-fired power plants. For example, a typical electric storage tank water heater can have emissions two-and-a-half times higher than those of a propane tankless system. The reduction in CO2 emissions from using a propane tankless water heater over its lifespan is equivalent to switching 432 incandescent light bulbs to CFLs. Propane systems can even help to earn points under green building programs like LEED for Homes and the National Green Building Standard.

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It reduces energy costs. Propane appliances are typically far more efficient than their electric counterparts. For example, an Energy Star–qualified propane tankless water heater can save your customers up to 50 percent on their energy bills, when compared with the costs of operating a standard electric storage tank water heater. High-efficiency propane furnaces offer best-in-class efficiency, with ratings of 98 annual fuel utilization efficiency (AFUE) now available. That 98 percent efficiency means big savings on heating bills for homeowners, coupled with an affordable installation cost for the heating system.

It’s builder-friendly. With propane, you’re not at the mercy of a public utility. Propane professionals can install properly sized propane storage and connect home appliances and other applications on your build schedule. Storage tanks can be placed aboveground or buried underground, and large community propane systems can even be designed to fuel an entire development. Propane also provides jobsite flexibility by providing gas energy for portable generators and temporary construction heaters.

Propane is reliable and safe.

It’s domestically produced. Propane is an efficient, clean byproduct of oil refining and natural gas processing. Propane is made in America, and a transportation network that includes pipelines, rail, and trucks distributes it to retailer distribution points across the country. Propane’s reach goes well beyond that of natural gas, whose limited infrastructure is costly to expand. That makes propane a readily available and affordable domestic gas energy source that contributes to U.S. jobs, economic growth, and energy security.

It’s designed for safety. Typically used in gas form, propane is stored and transported as a liquid under pressure. Propane is nontoxic and odorless, so processors add a chemical odorant (ethyl mercaptan) to help users detect leaks by way of an easy-to-identify rotten-egg smell.

Contact us today to learn more and get started!

SAFETY TIP SPOTLIGHT:

Don’t Let Freeze-Ups Put You in a Jam!
If you leave your heating system operational while your home is unoccupied for an extended period of time, your home could be at risk.

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Send an email to info@palmergas.com, along with your account number, and tell us you would like to go paperless and earn 250 Palmer Points (Coming soon to our North Hampton Office customers!)! We will do the rest.

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Know the law before you start digging!
Did you know it is the law to call Dig Safe® before digging on your property? Whether you are a do-it-yourselfer or hire a professional... learn what to do before you start digging.