LPG, otherwise known as Liquefied Petroleum Gas, provides a warm and efficient central heating system which is seen as the closest alternative to mains gas. It provides a fantastic form of heat that is highly controllable for hot water and cooking.
LPG heating benefits
LPG heating is fantastic especially for areas without access to mains gas. Benefits include:
A cheaper installation than oil central heating, up to £2,500 cheaper for a three-bedroom house
A cleaner form of heating than non-gas heated homes, producing fewer carbon emissions. LPG heating produces 11.7% less carbon dioxide than oil boilers
It’s possible to integrate an LPG boiler with renewable products to maximise energy bill and carbon savings
Ability to be installed in a number of places, offering flexibility for your home
How LPG beats other heating fuels
LPG has a significant advantage over oil heating because of its versatility and can be used for cooking, water and space heating. With an instant flame and controllable heating you’ll see instant savings on energy bills, whilst it’s cleaner and soot free. On top of this, LPG heating is odourless and the system can even be installed underground to save on space.
With an LPG heating system you’ll have access to instant heat, produced at a cleaner rate and more convenient to deliver. LPG has better versatility, capable of providing heat for cooking, water and space heating. On top of this, you would benefit from reduced maintenance costs and carbon dioxide emissions would also be cut.
With LPG heating, the significant benefit over electricity is that prices remain the same over a 24-hour period. LPG doesn’t suffer from peak time penalty rates and also won’t be affected by power cuts. With instant responsive heat and being cleaner for the environment, there’s no reason not to consider LPG as a viable heating source.
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With an LPG boiler you can make significant savings on both energy bills and carbon emissions. If you’re off the main gas grid, you’ll find monumental benefits to the installation of LPG and it beats electricity, solid fuel and oil heating.
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