Why You Should Build With Propane
With propane you can give your customers the luxury of gas appliances off the natural gas main. Choosing propane can help you stay on schedule and on budget. Using technological improvements such as corrugated stainless steel tubing (CSST), the average single home installation of a propane system now takes just a fraction of the labor a traditional black iron pipe installation takes.
New combo-heat systems save your customers energy and money by heating the air and water with one unit. With fewer pipes and less sheet metal, the new units look better and free up more living space.
When your clients ask, “Which system costs the least to operate and is the cheapest to install?” Download and share this study by market-research firm Newport Partners LLC, which evaluated 14 heating systems in 16 locations across the United States in both new and existing homes. The results: propane-fueled systems performed strongly as measured by several factors, including simple return on investment, lower CO2 emissions, and efficacy as a backup system.
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Industry Support -The Propane Education and Research Council (PERC) has designed an entire website where you can learn more about how propane can heat up your business. At www.buildwithpropane.com you will find helpful resources on how to discuss propane with your customers.
In addtion, PERC annually presents the PROPANE Exceptional Energy® Homebuilder Awards to recognize innovative homebuilders who use propane as the primary energy source to fuel projects they design and build. PERC is also registered with the American Institute of Architects Continuing Education System as a provider of continuing education content and recently introduced online education courses for architects and design professionals. For more information please Ask An Eastern Energy Consultant.