If you’re shopping for a new home in Middle Tennessee or Southern Kentucky this coming spring, you might find that some of your options are powered by propane. That’s great, considering how versatile and efficient propane can be as an energy source, especially when compared to electricity.
Just remember that buying a propane-powered home comes with a few considerations that you don’t have to think about when shopping for a home that uses heating oil, electricity or natural gas for heat. Before you commit to buying your propane dream home, here are three key questions to ask the seller:
If the seller owns the propane tank, it should be included in the home sale; rented or leased tanks are the property of the current propane supplier. Your seller should provide propane supplier information for tanks whether they are owned or leased.
If you’re on the other side of the buy-sell equation, it’s important to get your propane safety inspection paperwork in order before your home goes on the market. Contact us to arrange a propane system inspection in time for spring home buying season.