What Can You Use Propane For?

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How much do you know about propane? This clean, versatile alternative fuel source is becoming more and more popular across the country, and for good reasons. There is a good chance that your neighbors, family, and even yourself use propane without even knowing it!

Propane is a form of liquefied petroleum gas, and supplies about 4 percent of the country’s total energy needs. Like many gases, propane is naturally odorless. During the refinement process, an identifying odor is added to propane in order for leaks to be detected.

Many people are making the switch to propane in order to help the environment and support the United States economy. Propane is a verified clean alternative fuel source, as approved by the 1990 Clean Air Act. Propane is one of the cleanest burning of all fossil fuels, and 90% of the country’s supply is produced domestically.

Propane supplies roughly 60 million Americans with energy. It is one of the most versatile fuel sources available. Check out just some of the ways that propane can be used in your home:

  • Space heating and cooling

  • Water heating

  • Stoves and grills

  • Refrigeration

  • Clothes dryers

  • Fireplaces

  • Lighting

  • Generators

  • Swimming pool and hot tub heaters

  • And more!

Propane isn’t just for the home, either. Check out some other uses for the gas:

  • Provides power for recreational vehicles and mobile homes.

  • Fuels more than 80,000 bus, taxi, and delivery fleets.

  • Agricultural uses include crop drying and flame cultivation.

Devine Bros. is a reliable, affordable supplier of propane to Fairfield County, Connecticut. If you live in Norwalk, New Canaan, Westport, or the surrounding area, call us to learn about our services at (203) 866-4421.

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