Blossman Propane Gas, Appliance & Service is providing Energy Saving Tips consumers should know during the cold weather season. One of the key benefits of propane is that it doesn’t degrade or go bad like other fuels, making it safe and easy to store during the winter months.
Outdoor living spaces can add just as much to a home's overall comfort and resale value as its indoor features. No longer just a deck and a floodlight, a comfortable and fully functional outdoor living area today includes an array of kitchen appliances, pools and spas, sophisticated lighting, and radiant heat.
Studies from organizations including the Environmental Protection Agency reveal that propane is an attractive option for reducing greenhouse gas emissions in nearly any application. Propane gives off less than half as many greenhouse gas emissions as using an equivalent amount of electricity generated from the U.S. grid. It is a low-carbon alternative fuel that produces significantly fewer greenhouse gas emissions than diesel and gasoline in a wide range of engine applications.
Propane's versatility and portability make it an ideal fuel source for homes. Homeowners use propane primarily as a heating source, but there are many other uses for your home, including water heating, pool and spa heating, clothes drying, cooking, mowers, fireplaces, backup power generation and more.
Families across America are seeking the versatility and energy- efficient warmth of propane when considering a new home or remodeling project. Propane's versatility and portability make it an ideal fuel source for homes. Currently, homeowners use propane primarily as a heating source, but there are many other uses for the home, including water heating, pool and spa heating, clothes drying, cooking, mowers, fireplaces, backup power generation and more.