Propane is a fuel that is used in many different applications. In the home some of its most common uses are for furnaces, water heaters, cook stoves, dryers, fireplaces, unit heaters, and boilers, though these are not the only uses for residential propane.
At Boehlke Bottled Gas Corporation our commitment to reliable, safe residential propane delivery service keeps our customers’ requirements met throughout the entire process. We offer solutions to design a fuel supply system that will effectively meet the demand of your home’s system, complete the installation of high pressure supply lines, install the proper size propane tank, and provide uninterrupted fuel delivery and service maintenance on your system. Our automatic fill program ensures you will enjoy uninterrupted service throughout.
We will calculate residential propane delivery schedules based on past usage and current conditions and make deliveries in an efficient manner. This program is backed by our guaranteed, on call 24 hour service and provides the most benefit to our customers.
Propane’s reliability, efficiency and safety make it a very useful fuel source around the home.
Homeowners can choose from propane-powered furnaces, boilers, or hybrid systems that combine propane with an additional energy source. Propane-powered zone heaters and garage heaters provide homeowners with choices for additional heating needs. Visit the Propane Product Directory to view available propane-powered space heating products.
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Residential propane cooktops have instant flame turnoff capabilities, which provides a safety feature not found in electric cooktops that can remain dangerously hot for a few minutes after they’ve been turned off.
Homeowners have many choices when it comes to residential propane cooking equipment, such as attractive, space-saving stainless steel gas ranges that combine a cooktop and oven. Commercial-grade ranges, indoor grills and cooktops, in-wall double ovens, and other residential propane cooking applications are ideal for luxurious custom kitchens.
Propane cooking is also better for the environment. Based on typical cooking usage levels and the emissions which electricity generation creates, propane cooking has roughly 30 percent fewer CO2 emissions. Visit buildwithpropane.com for more information.
Visit the Propane Product Directory to view available propane-powered kitchen products.
Residential propane clothes dryers can save over 20 percent in energy costs compared with electric dryers because of the propane dryer’s higher heating capacity, shorter cycle times, and features like pilotless ignition. A propane clothes dryer saves over 2,000 pounds of CO2 emissions in its lifespan. Visit buildwithpropane.com for more information on residential propane clothes dryers.
While wood-burning fireplaces are about 15 percent efficient, residential propane fireplaces can be more than 90 percent efficient. Plus, they produce fewer particulate emissions and less carbon monoxide than wood-burning models. They also offer 5 to 6 times the heating capacity of electric fireplaces. Visit buildwithpropane.com for more information on propane fireplaces.
Residential propane-powered generators come in a variety of sizes, and offer a wide range of features. Many standby generator units produce less than 60 decibels of noise, and can produce supplemental electricity often in as little as 10 seconds after primary power failure. A 7kW standby generator that draws fuel from a 250-gallon propane tank can provide enough electricity to power a home for up to five days.