Furnaces

Why Propane Offers Greater Heating Comfort.

Propane furnaces offer you warmer air than electric heating systems. A gas furnace heats air to about 120°F and operates in short intervals to minimize operating costs. An electric heat pump produces heat below body temperature, so the air actually feels cool when placing your hand in front of a vent.

People Warm Up to Propane Very Quickly.

  • Heating a home with gas costs half as much on average than heating with electricity (U.S. Department of Energy).
  • Propane-fueled furnaces last 15-20 years — that’s 5-10 years longer than electric heat pumps, on average.
  • Propane heating systems can be vented vertically or horizontally, eliminating the need for chimneys.
  • New propane gas furnaces are smaller than previous models and provide greater placement flexibility.
  • Propane can keep your home warm and comfortable during electrical power outages.

Save up to $1,700. If you have not repalced your HVAC system with a high-efficiency, ENERGY STAR qualified model, you're probably spending significantly more on home utiltiy bills- up to 20% more if your heat pump or air conditioner is more than 10 years old, and up to 15% more if your furnace is more than 15 years. old.  There's no time like today to save on the technology of tomorrow, so act now to take advantage of up to $1700 in reabtes. You'll enjoy a new degree of comfort, plus significant energy savings.

 

Receive up to $1300
on a qualifying home comfort system that includes:
High-efficiency air conditioner or heat pump
High-effieiency gas furnace or blower coil
Programmable thermostat

Receive up to $300
in rebates when you purchase four or more solar panels

Receive up to $100
in rebates when you purchase an iHarmony zoning system