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Underground tank being installed for a new homeGO GREEN!                              Going green is so important for the future of our children, therefore, we all need to do our part in taking care of the planet and what better way than by clean burning propane.

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Build Greener With Propane. Looking to attract new customers? Look to propane. Because it's safe, nontoxic and non-polluting, propane is the most widely used alternative fuel. And it's well-liked by homeowners because it's both environmentally friendly and efficient. Propane has a low carbon content, something that's important to most consumers these days.What else makes propane a smart choice in home building? It's convenient to use and readily available today. The majority of propane used in America is produced domestically, making it easy to access. And it's delivered to local retailers through a well-structured regional distribution system. Propane may also be stored on-site and used directly in appliances, so less energy is lost in transmission compared to electricity. Using propane will even help you comply with NAHB's Green Building Guidelines.

By offering customers the ability to choose propane-fueled appliances over electric, you're more likely to become their builder of choice.

Propane Is Energy Efficient. Builders and homeowners concerned about the cost of energy should consider efficient, high-performing propane.With energy costs rising faster than wages, it's never been more important for construction professionals to help homeowners make wise energy choices. In many situations, propane can provide a homeowner with significant cost savings over time.

Take propane tankless water heaters, for example. They can reduce wasted standby energy by as much as 20 percent, and cost up to 60 percent less to operate than standard electric water heaters. And because they heat water on demand, they save the American family 10 percent to 20 percent of its daily water use. Propane tankless water heaters are Energy Star-qualified — electric water heaters are not.

A home's resale value is also important to your customers. By using an energy-efficient fuel source for major appliances, you'll enhance both the initial sales price and resale value of the homes you build.