Why Switch from Electric to Propane in Your Middle Tennessee or Southern Kentucky Home?
If you use electricity to power your home appliances, you’re missing out on the many benefits of one of the most versatile, environmentally friendly, and efficient fuels around: propane gas.
In a classic case of “anything you can do, I can do better,” propane can power virtually any appliance in your home – and usually do it while improving performance compared to electricity in just about every way you can measure it.
Here are just some of the benefits of converting your electric-powered home to propane:
- Because it burns so efficiently, heating with propane can save you hundreds of dollars a year on utility bills compared to electricity.
- Appliances that run on clean-burning propane typically last longer and require less maintenance than electric appliances, saving you money and hassles in the long run, too.
- Propane is extremely versatile: it can power your stove, fireplaces, outdoor grill, clothes dryer, outdoor lighting and more – and do it all more efficiently than electricity from a single propane tank that we maintain.
- Propane burns hotter than electricity, which means you’ll get warm air coming from your vents – not the cold comfort provided by an electric heat pump.
- Because it burns hotter, propane will heat your water more quickly, too – good news if you like long, hot showers. Propane water heaters will also save you about 30 percent on your heating bills compared to their electric counterparts – unless you choose a propane tankless water heater, in which case it’s more like a 50 to 60 percent savings.
- Propane can power your house during a power outage, which will keep all your home systems (including your sump pump, home security systems, refrigerator, and more) up and running – a trick that could prevent thousands of dollars in damage to your home.
Converting to propane is not as expensive or complicated as you might think. Our expert technicians can install anything from propane tanks to propane appliances, helping you make a smart switch from electricity.
Contact us today to learn more about powering your Middle Tennessee or Southern Kentucky home with propane, or to request a FREE, no obligation estimate on a propane conversion!