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Advantages of Propane Gas Heat

Updated: Sep 28, 2023

Advantages of Propane Gas Heat and Gas Appliances



It’s safe

Propane gas is non-toxic which makes it one of the safer options out there. This means that you can safely have your propane tanks buried underground and that propane gas leaks are much less hazardous than natural gas leaks. It also means that propane gas furnaces require much less maintenance.


It burns clean

Being non-toxic also means being clean. This is great not only for your family’s and your home’s safety but for your surroundings and environment as well. Of course, propane is still not the most environmentally-friendly heating method out there, but it surpasses other similar methods such as heating oil or natural gas.


It’s a single fuel source for the entire house

When heating your home on propane you can easily run all your appliances on it as well. This means that you can skip the electrical stove or the water heater – one propane tank can easily cover all these functions. This makes propane gas heating much easier to manage and can save you a lot of money or less efficient and more expensive electrical options for your home’s appliances. This can also lead to a sort of a con in the sense that you “put all your eggs into one propane-fueled-basket” but we’re listing it like a pro with the assumption that you’ll be keeping your propane tank in a good condition anyway.


Large propane tanks can last for a long time

A large propane tank can hold up to 1,000 gallons of gas. That’s a lot. And what this means is that you’ll need to order fuel much less frequently. This won’t just save you time and effort but it can also save you money – because you’ll have to order new propane rarely, you can pick and choose the best time for delivery based on the ever-fluctuating prices. Simply put – you can fill up your tank when the gas is cheap instead of being forced to refuel frequently regarding the price.


Source: Heatwhiz.com 05/30/23

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