Building a New Home?
If you want an energy system that adds to the value and attractiveness of your home, propane delivers! It burns cleanly and efficiently. It costs less. And it’s so reliable. It’s available wherever you want to build-far beyond the gas main and power grid. You will find that it heats your home to a consistent warmth; dries laundry faster using less energy; cooks food quickly to exact temperatures; puts a cozy fire in the fireplace and fuels the backyard barbecue-all at a much lower cost than electricity. And even when the power is out many propane-fueled homes can remain nice and warm. The more you learn about propane, the more you’ll warm to the idea of using it in your new home.
Learn how you can save a lot of money by choosing a propane water heater. Did you know that propane water heaters cost a third less to operate than electric models and heat water nearly twice as fast? Also, if space is a factor when selecting appliances for your new home, consider that a 50-gallon propane water heater can provide as much hot water as a 66- to 80-gallon electric unit in a 2-½ bath home. And there are now a wide variety of venting options that make a propane water heater a possibility in any home. To learn more, visit our section on Heating Your Water With Propane or contact an Energy Consultant.
Hydronic radiant heating systems are becoming increasingly popular in new home construction. A floor tubing system is hooked to a water heater that pumps hot water through the tubes, which warms floors and other surfaces. These systems are attractive to today’s homeowner because they provide quiet, even heat and are energy-efficient, since the warmest air stays at the floor – not the ceiling. In addition there are no invasive ducts or space-hogging radiators. They can also be used to heat driveways and sidewalks with the use of treated water.
Let Eastern Propane & Oil fuel your dreams. Our Energy Consultant will meet with you onsite to provide a free consultation. Our experts can help you sort out the benefits of propane vs. oil and also introduce suitable home energy appliance and equipment options for you to choose from. If you wish, we’ll even handle the installation or coordinate it with your contractor.
Arrange your appointment with an Energy Consultant today!