Here at Summit Services, we want to provide our clients with various types of heating and cooling solution systems because we understand that each household has different needs and faces varied situations. Be it their home’s structure, lifestyle, or budget, it is our duty to cater these differences, in order to create a comfortable living environment, for homes situated in Hilton Head & Bluffton, SC.
One type of heating system our company provides is propane powered heating; and just like any other heater, it creates a warm atmosphere inside any area of your home, especially during temperatures that reach below zero. Now, just because it functions like any other system, does not mean that it doesn’t have its own set of unique features. We are proud to carry exceptional products by such brands as: American Standard, Coleman, Slant Fin, and NTI.
Since propane heaters come in various sizes, it is possible that this system will not take up a lot of space in your home. Also, its installation process is relatively easy. However, easy does not always mean correct or safe. Always hire a professional installer if you are planning to bring this system into your home.
Propane powered heaters come in various shapes and sizes, and, for some models, are designed to be portable. So, if you need heating during a camping trip or a special occasion, these systems can be brought along easily. However, as a responsible homeowner, you need to remember that not all types of propane heaters can be used inside or outside your home. So before purchasing this kind of system, make sure that you have decided which areas of your home need heating, in order to purchase the right kind.
If you are the type of homeowner who wants to save money by lowering your energy consumption, then this type of system is right for you. With propane heaters, not only will you be able to save up to 30% of your costs, annually, but also create a comfortable and warm environment during the colder months of the year.
Propane is an approved, clean fuel listed in the 1990 Clean Air Act and the Energy Policy Act of 1992. It has been proven that this fuel produces 30%-90% less carbon monoxide and emits 50% less toxins, in propane-fueled vehicles.
Propane uses pressurized gas to heat the un-insulated areas of your home. Its byproduct, carbon monoxide, can poison you if you have been exposed for a long period of time.
This system will only be safe to use if you, the homeowner, carefully read the instructions, purchase the right type for the situation, and have professionals install it, be it indoors or outdoors.