The More the Merrier: Get Better Performance with More Propane Appliances

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Did you know that propane can power just about any appliance in your home – and that the more propane appliances you have, the better a deal it becomes for you?

Take propane water heaters, for example. They generally cost about 30% less to operate than electric models – and even less if you invest in a propane tankless model. But even if you don’t go tankless, a conventional propane water heater (one with a tank) will have a much faster recovery period (the time it takes to reheat a tank of water once you run out) than an electric version – which means you’ll enjoy longer, hotter showers.

Water heaters are just the beginning of the “propane is better” story.

With every propane appliance you add, you’ll save money and get better performance with propane than electricity. And that doesn’t even get into the environmental benefits of propane, which is considered one of the cleanest carbon-based fuels, emitting far less greenhouse gas than most other energy sources.

Any way you slice it, more propane appliances mean more benefits for you. And for convenience sake, in most cases, every appliance can be linked to a single propane tank.

Improving your home with new propane appliances is always a smart idea—and it’s even smarter right now because of Iowa state rebates that can save you hundreds of dollars on your purchase, including new propane water heaters and new propane furnaces. Find out more about propane rebates in Iowa.

Thinking about adding propane appliances to your Iowa home? Contact your local propane company for advice.

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