Self Propane ServiceOne more way we're making our customers' lives more comfortable.
Welcome! Self is now proud to offer propane sales and service. 60 million Americans a year use propane to make their lives more comfortable ... and we are pleased to make propane an option for our customers. Of course, we'll satisfy your propane needs with the same quality and commitment we devote to all other areas of our business with "one stop shopping" convenience:
Heat your home, pop your corn, share your fire, warm your pool, and preserve the planet. Propane does every thing you need, season after season - for less than you'd expect!
Autogas Propane Filling Station
Propane, or liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) is a liquid fuel created during natural gas processing or oil refining. Autogas - simply propane used for vehicles - powers 17 million vehicles globally, and is the third most widely used vehicle fuel in the world. Americans are beginning to see the advantages of this economical and alternative fuel option.
Self Heating & Cooling is proud to offer propane autogas, which is domestically produced, burns cleaner than conventional gasoline, and costs considerably less than gasoline or diesel fuels. The cleaner fuel also means lower engine maintenance costs. In addition, there may be alternative fuel tax credits and incentives, to make converting your vehicles now an even smarter choice. Call for more information.
Advantages of Propane
On average, propane costs about half as much per BTU as electricity.
During a power outage you are in control of your energy source. With propane you will have heat, hot water and hot food.
Warm, Comfortable Heat
A propane heating system supplies warm air at a comfortable 120°F, compared to electric heat pumps that dispense cool air at 95°F.
Convenient and portable, propane is an energy source that can be located virtually anywhere, from the country to the city.
Propane is insoluble in water so it presents minimal risk to soil or ground water supplies. The placement of propane tanks either above or below ground is not regulated by the EPA.
Propane is an approved, alternative clean fuel listed in the 1990 Clean Air Act. It creates far less pollution than the power plants supplying you with electricity, so you help protect the environment by providing cleaner, more breathable air.
Propane equipment and appliances are manufactured to rigorous safety standards. Moreover, propane has a narrow range of flammability when compared with other petroleum products. Propane won't ignite when combined with air unless the source of ignition reaches at least 940° Fahrenheit. In contrast, gasoline will ignite when the source of ignition reaches only 430° to 500° Fahrenheit. Additionally, if liquid propane leaks, it doesn't puddle but instead vaporizes and dissipates into the air.
Ready to make your life warm and comfy with propane?