Prepare Now to Maximize Winter Propane Saving
Winter is coming – and faster than we’d like to think! As the nip is now firmly in the air and the leaves are starting to fall, now would be a great time to consider winterizing your home to maximize energy savings.
Propane is a great resource for your home, but you need to do your part too to make sure it’s working efficiently under your roof.
As much as the team here at Liberty Gas loves delivering propane to you, Liberty knows there are ways to stretch your supply (and dollars) a little longer. Here are a few winterization tips for your home.
Winterize and Maximize
- Change old filters, and do so regularly as suggested by our team.
- Seal drafts around the house including windows and doors. Feel a draft coming in? Then you know where to start.
- Consider new double-pane windows that hold in heat and are energy efficient.
- Is your insulation old? New technology and materials have made insulation more efficient. Consider an upgrade to stretch your bucks.
- Schedule a service call with Liberty Gas to maintain your heating system and water heater.
If you’re asking, “Why Propane?,” consider these quick facts from the Propane Education & Research Council.
Propane Is Unbeatably Clean
For homeowners interested in lowering their carbon footprint, propane is a low-carbon alternative fuel that burns cleanly and produces significantly fewer greenhouse gas emissions than most other energy sources. In addition, propane is a non-poisonous, non-toxic fuel, that won’t contaminate soil or groundwater, making it safe to use anywhere.
Propane Saves Money
Propane appliances are extremely energy efficient and can save you hundreds, possibly even thousands of dollars in annual energy costs. And propane itself is abundant and competitively priced compared with electricity, heating oil, or other fuels. Everyone wants to cut energy costs; propane will help you do it.
Propane Works Harder
Performance is the number one reason most people choose propane. After all, it can efficiently and effectively meet nearly all of your home’s major energy needs, inside and out, from space heating and water heating to outdoor flame lighting and fire pits.