Business owners have many difficult decisions to make every day. Perhaps one of the easiest decisions to make is the decision to use propane as the building’s fuel source. Propane is most commonly used to heat buildings, warm water, and cook food. But it can also be used to power industrial equipment. Everything from generators to forklifts to irrigation engines can potentially run on propane. There are several good reasons why propane is a smart choice for commercial property owners.
Return on Investment
Before making any major decision, business owners must consider the potential effects on the company’s finances. Propane is a clear winner that offers a great return on investment. Equipment that runs on propane may require more of an initial investment than equipment that runs on electricity. However, propane-fueled equipment is far more energy efficient, which means less fuel is required to complete the same amount of work. Over time, your business can reap substantial rewards.
Responsible business owners must also consider how business processes will affect the environment. Propane is the modern answer to the pollution problem. Compared to other fuel sources, it burns cleaner and produces a minimal amount of emissions. The use of propane instead of fuel oil significantly reduces the release of toxins and carcinogens like benzene, and it produces substantially less greenhouse gases.
A business’ brand image will influence the company’s longevity and profitability. By choosing a green fuel for your commercial property, you’re sending a clear message to consumers that your company cares about the environment and is committed to corporate responsibility. Good public relations are an invaluable benefit of using propane.
Power your commercial building with propane with help from the experts at Barnett’s Propane in Arizona. Many local businesses use our auto-fill program for convenience and peace of mind. To discuss using propane at your existing commercial property or new construction building, call our Tucson office at (520) 628-8525 or our office in Sierra Vista at (520) 458-4541.