Converting to Propane
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As a current Kerosene, you know that it has long been the recommended fuel for outside storage tanks. While kerosene is effective at preventing gelling of fuel lines during New England winters, its major drawback has been its high cost. In addition, it has been increasingly difficult to acquire kerosene due to supply shortages.
Converting your home to high-efficiency propane technology can result in lower energy costs while reducing your home’s carbon emissions. With over 90% of propane used in the United States produced domestically, supplies are reliable and prices are more stable.
Call us today, or fill out the form below and we will schedule your house for a free on-site evaluation. We will check out your existing appliances and talk with you to understand your lifestyle so that we can be sure our recommendations are suitable to your needs.
INTERESTED IN CONVERTING TO PROPANE? CHOOSE FROM TWO OF OUR GREAT EQUIPMENT PARTNERS:
A Rinnai ductless, propane gas, direct vent wall furnace. The perfect specific zone heating solution that seeks out cold spots and within seconds begins to gently heat the room or space for maximum comfort.
Thermo Pride home furnaces are designed and built specifically as replacement furnaces, so you can easily upgrade the heating system in your home without costly changes to your existing heating duct system.
One-year financing options are available for those that qualify. Additional state rebates and programs are also available.
Want to keep your current equipment? As of June 1st, 2023, we will no longer be selling kerosene, instead we will be delivering GelGuard. Monitor brand heaters do not work with GelGuard, give us a call and we will assist you with other options.
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