At Phil's Propane, we now offer Ultraviolet Air Purification for any home or business!
Our product offering includes both In-Duct and Portable Models. In-duct air purifier models work with your forced air system 24/7 and portable air purifiers provide added protection in bedrooms, living rooms and kitchens, wherever you need it the most.
The process needs very little maintenance and doesn't cost much to operate. This could be one of the best health and comfort investments you ever make.
Some benefits include:
- Kills and reduces germs, bacteria, viruses, etc.
- Maintains efficiency and prolongs the life of your equipment.
- It is essentially the right model for any system.
For more information, visit: https://www.fieldcontrols.com/pure-air-purification/
What Are the Benefits of Propane?
Customers choose propane for their homes and businesses because it is a higher-efficiency fuel then electricity or gas. With propane, there is also less maintenance and greater convenience, as everything that runs on electricity can be run on propane. Propane more than satisfies EPA standards when it comes to emissions, and is less harmful to the environment, overall.
But more than simply operation and green compatibility, propane is more economical and reliable, year-round. It is one of the world’s most abundant and readily-available resources, and it is safe and easy to store and use.
Propane is also largely made in the U.S., and after an initial investment in a propane system, the savings and ROI on propane far exceeds any of its counterparts in the long-term. Propane is a modern, consumer-friendly source of fuel and has nearly limitless commercial and residential applications.
How Does Propane Heat Work?
Propane is generally a gas, but it is compressed into a liquid for use in heaters and in outdoor grills. Once being used, it is converted back to gas when it is released. Propane heaters feature an element, usually porcelain, that spreads a lit fuel and flame out in a discernable pattern and helps distribute the heat that is produced. The pilot light on a device – a small flame that stays on continuously – lights the main burner on the propane heater device, and an automatic thermostat regulates the temperature within the heater itself.
As the propane burns and creates heat, it is important to watch for and regulate carbon monoxide (such as in the case of a leak). Your Phil’s Propane HVAC technician will install everything for you and ensure all is in working order. However, it is important to be vigilant.