Can you believe the housing market lately?
One survey found that younger consumers are planning to spend more on home improvement and renovation projects this year, as they’ve discovered the benefits of a comfortable home after spending so much time at home throughout 2020. This presents opportunities for home builders and contractors much like yourself. Using propane is a great way to stand out in the market and offers other benefits as well!
And when it comes to all things propane, Advanced Propane provides reliable bulk propane delivery to your business or jobsite, with customized delivery schedules. We can safely and expertly install propane tanks and supply you with temporary heating equipment. Our trained, experienced service technicians can install propane appliances that perfectly fit your upcoming projects, too!
The Propane Energy Pod makes building or remodeling a home with propane easy! By merging five applications of propane into one integrated energy package for the whole house, you’ll build more efficiently while offering home buyers and homeowners the features they want!
The five ways propane is used in the Propane Energy Pod are:
These upgrades will increase your residential or commercial building’s energy efficiency while also adding sought-after features, such as propane cooking, heating, and water heating, and a lifestyle with enhanced convenience and comfort both inside the home and out.
Did you know that building homes with propane can get home builders rewarded? The Propane Construction Incentive Program, from the Propane Education and Research Council, provides incentives of up to $7,500 a year to residential construction businesses that build homes with propane or propane appliances.
Beyond the benefits, propane can help your business to be more efficient and cost-effective, allowing you to minimize costs so that you can maximize profits.
Propane temporary heating at your construction site is a good investment for keeping your employees safe. It also protects work such as stucco, plaster, paint, concrete, and plumbing from the effects of cold temperatures during the winter season.
Propane forklifts are a more cost-effective option than electric or gasoline forklifts. Electric forks need hours to recharge, and the fumes from gasoline ones don’t make them safe for indoor or closed-in areas.
Contact us to learn all about our commercial propane services in both Southern Kentucky and across Tennessee!