Powering your home with propane is one of the best ways to save money and help the environment. Using propane can reduce overall household energy bills by 40%, and a single tank-less water heater can avert 1,470 pounds of carbon dioxide - the equivalent of taking a standard passenger car off the road for seven weeks.
For customers currently using heating oil, we offer a variety of conversion options offering a cleaner, more efficient, and more cost effective energy solution.
Converting to Propane
Converting a home to use propane is a straightforward, simple process that will leave you with lower energy bills and contribute to a cleaner environment. Propane, also known as liquefied petroleum gas (LP-gas), is a non-toxic, colorless and odorless energy source that burns clean and is environmentally friendly. Just like natural gas, an identifying odor is added so it can be readily detected. The average conversion takes two weeks and pays for itself in cost savings in just three years.
We have a dedicated staff of certified and experienced propane technicians. Our Technicians are nationally certified in Gas Check Program and CETP (Certified Employee Training Program) and work with safety as the highest priority. With Cato as your propane provider, you can save money, help the environment, and make your life easier by having a complete energy solution. To discuss how propane can benefit your home, please call us or fill out the form on the right hand side of the page and one of our Propane Specialists will contact you.
Adding Propane to Your Energy Solutions
If converting to 100% usage isn’t a good solution for you, adding propane as another energy source may be a good choice. When you add propane to your home, you can save money and increase your options. Propane is versatile. Approximately 90% of the U.S. propane supply is produced domestically. Propane can be used for heating an addition to your home, drying clothes, heating water, and cooking. Propane can also fuel back-up power generators, heat swimming pools, power outdoor lights, and provide clean-burning flames for your gas fireplaces (which cost up to 60% less to operate than wood-burning fireplaces). Fill out the form on the right side of this page, and one of our experts will contact you to discuss how propane can augment your home comfort system’s problems.