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When it comes to your family's comfort, no other energy source comes close to propane.
High-efficiency propane appliances can save you hundreds in annual energy costs.
Propane is not only a clean-air fuel, it will keep working even if the power goes out.
Propane can power the kind of high-end, high-performance appliances you want for your home.
Furnaces & Boilers
If your home has an older heating system, it’s time to give your family the comfort they deserve, and the savings you want. A propane furnace or boiler will heat air to a higher initial temperature, getting to your desired temperature faster, and maintaining it easier. And it will do it with incredible efficiency.
When it’s time to replace your aging water heater, upgrade to the performance and savings of propane. A propane tankless water heater will deliver endless hot water, and save on energy, too. With a high-efficiency propane storage tank water heater, you can save up to 16 percent in annual energy costs compared with electric models. From November 1, 2019 – October 31, 2020 – you can earn a $200 rebate for installing a propane water heater in a residence in New Jersey — whether it’s in new construction or to replace a non-propane appliance. See the Program Guidelines and Rebate Application for more information.
Ranges, Ovens, & Stoves
It’s time to get rid of that old oven and stove, and start cooking like the pros. Ninety-six percent of professional chefs prefer cooking with gas, and once you upgrade to a propane cooktop or oven, you’ll understand why. Instant heat, more precise temperature control, and greater efficiency are all reasons upgrade to propane kitchen appliances.
You can add propane performance to nearly any room in the house, including the laundry room. When you switch to a propane-powered dryer, you’ll not only dry clothes faster, you’ll save money, and enjoy fewer wrinkles, too.
Remodeling, or considering converting your fireplace to run on propane? It’s a smart choice. Propane fireplaces produce more heat than traditional wood burning fireplaces, and they’re more energy efficient, too. Plus, with propane, you can enjoy a toasty fire at the flip of a switch, with no ash or soot to clean up, and no firewood to store.
Power outages are bound to happen, so whether you’re replacing an old generator or adding one for the first time, propane is the right fuel choice. There are generators for any size home, and one can power as much or as little of your home’s systems as you need.
Don’t just replace that old grill. Consider upgrading to a full outdoor kitchen, powered by propane. Why stop there? Propane fireplaces or fire pits and flame lighting add warmth and ambience to any setting, while propane pool or spa heaters and patio heaters keep the fun going, even with a chill in the air.
Storage & Distribution
If you’re adding an appliance, or replacing an aging one, it’s the right time to think about putting propane to work in other areas of your home. If you already use propane for home heating or water heating, consider propane cooking appliances so you can cook like the pros. Add the efficiency of a propane clothes dryer, or the warmth and ambience of a propane fireplace. Your propane tank can power comfort and performance throughout your entire home.
Buying a home is a long-term decision which is often times the biggest monetary decision of a customer's life. We want them to be proud of the home that they built and bought, and know at the same time they lowered their carbon footprint by buying that house. Greg Lingo, President, Cornell Homes
They're going to be a lot happier at the end of the day if they stick with gas. Propane is the right choice. Richard Laughlin, President, Laughlin Homes and Restoration
Learn About Propane's Benefits
Whether it’s time to replace an aging appliance or add something new, you need to consider upgrading to the performance of propane. This site is a great place to learn about all the ways propane can give your family the comfort they deserve, and the efficiency you’re looking for.
Explore Your Appliance Options
Don’t stop with just a propane water heater or furnace. Once you’ve included propane for one appliance, it’s easy to add propane kitchen appliances, clothes dryers, fireplaces, backup power, and more. Nearly any gas appliance can be converted to run on propane. And when you include more propane appliances in your plans, you can count on outstanding performance and even greater energy efficiency.
Work With Your Propane Supplier
Your propane supplier can assist you with ensuring your replacement appliances are properly installed, or getting propane to your new appliances. They’ll also work with plumbers, HVAC pros, or other construction professionals during the install, and answer any questions along the way.
Install Your Appliances
Your builder or remodeler can work hand in hand with your propane supplier to ensure proper installation of your propane appliances. And don’t worry about propane holding up your project. In many cases, using propane can speed things up, because you’re not at the mercy of public utilities for connections to the grid.