Propane Has A History Of Powering Performance.

Propane entered the fuel market in the early part of the 20th century and, by 1947, accounted for 62% of the fuel used to power cooking equipment(1). Homeowners and businesses were thrilled to have a stable fuel source that was consistently available and required very little work to maintain. Propane delivers more BTUs with less fuel than natural gas and can be used in harder-to-reach, rural locations to heat homes and power systems. Its many advantages make propane hard to beat for fueling your home.

The Benefits Of Using Propane.

  • Environmentally-Friendly: Propane is insoluble in water which means it cannot contaminate groundwater or soil. It burns incredibly clean, emitting fewer harmful emissions than even electricity. In 1992, the EPA designated Propane a clean fuel in the Clean Air Act.
  • Safe: Propane is safer than many other heating fuels. It’s non-toxic, and packaging regulations require integrated safety elements like a regulator and safety relief valve. Manufacturers also add ethyl mercaptan to naturally odorless propane to produce a sulfur or rotten egg smell that can alert consumers of potential leaks.
  • Affordable: Propane typically costs less than electricity or other fuels to produce the same amount of power. Certain appliances like tankless water heaters will also save you money in energy costs over the unit’s lifetime because you’re not heating water all day, every day, as you would with a traditional tank water heater.

Hall’s Been Helping Clients Live In Comfort Since 1959.

Hall is a family-owned and operated business that has been helping customers live in comfort for more than 60 years. We believe in the products and services we provide because they make a difference in the lives of our clients. We invite you to visit one of our locations to talk with a local representative about switching fuels or services to Hall. Are you ready to live in comfort with all the benefits of propane? Get in touch today!

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(1)“Propane History.” Wikipedia,,petroleum%20gases%20(LP%20gases). 3/28/22