Propane for Backup Generators

Propane Backup Generator Options for Your Home

Home backup propane generators protect your home automatically. They run on propane and can sit outside your home, near your central air conditioning unit. Plus, they work directly with your home’s electrical system by having the ability to heat just one single room or your entire home.

Be safe and secure! Just think: no more extension cords running through a window or door, ever again! Your home backup propane generator safely delivers power right to your home’s electrical panel. If the power goes out during the freezing winter months or the scorching summer season, a backup generator could make the ultimate difference in staying safe and comfortable by keeping your essential appliances running.  Propane-fueled backup generators are making a big impact not only in the residential arena but also in the commercial industry.

Contact us now to learn more about propane backup generators and the rest of our propane services.

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Fluctuating Weather and Propane Prices

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We know the prediction for this winter is lots of snow and below-freezing days, but what happens when the weather fluctuates? How do you go about managing your energy? How about keeping your home comfortable?

Our area is known for fluctuating weather throughout the middle seasons, how does this affect your energy spending and how can we help?

Maintenance of your Furnace

It’s recommended that you check your furnace every three months. This keeps them clean and efficient for those nights when you’re cranking up the heat but reduces the temperature for a comfortable afternoon. This also includes changing the filters, this keeps your air clean and could really impact the airflow.

Automatic Thermostats

Looking into thermostat systems that you can per-schedule to reduce the temperature when your home isn’t in use is another means of saving on energy. We would suggest setting back no more than five degrees of the outdoor temperature for gas heating systems. This is a great way to control the internal atmosphere of a home and still match it to the external atmosphere.

Maintain the Fireplace

By keeping the damper shut when using the fireplace you keep the heat directed out into the living space. For gas fireplaces, this means lower temperature to burn, which means savings on your energy bill. Another great fireplace tip is bringing the thermostat down to about 50 degrees and opening a single window with just a crack. This keeps enough cool air coming into the room for circulation but also helps retain the heat.

Our mission is not just to provide safe fuel to homes and businesses, but we also want to make it easy and affordable.

We have many resources available to help you this fall and spring! And as always, if you have any questions or concerns in regards to our services we’re only a phone call or email away!