Why Rhode Island Homebuilders Choose Propane

Homebuilders in Rhode Island choose propane fuel and equipment because it’s the all-in-one fuel of the future. Propane’s versatility is what makes it an excellent choice for homeowners and homebuilders alike, and provides all of the following benefits to anyone who uses it. Casey’s Oil & Propane is proud to partner with local home builders for propane gas installations, delivery, and more.


Propane Gas Is a Builder-Friendly Fuel

Propane isn’t limited by the electric grid or pipeline system. Put it to work on the job, and homeowners will be excited about it too. Propane can power a variety of appliances throughout the whole home, making it the perfect option for total home comfort here in Rhode Island.


Propane Sets You Apart from Other Builders

Customers prefer the efficiency and performance of all-gas homes. In general, propane is valued as 5% more efficient than certain other fuels. It’s also known as the most versatile of home heating fuels, because it can power all of the following equipment:

  • Furnaces & Boilers
  • Gas Stoves & Fireplaces
  • Water Heaters
  • Clothes Dryers
  • Generators
  • Pool Heating & Home Spas
  • Barbeques & Portable Stoves

Plus, with Casey’s Oil & Propane nearby, they’ll never be at a shortage of premium propane fuel. You can assure them we’ll be here for all their needs and LP gas delivery requests.


Propane Gas Is Environmentally Friendly

Propane is domestically produced, locally abundant, and is used by over 5.6 million households in the United States according to the census. It’s a safe fuel and doesn’t leave behind damage to properties or water sources. Homeowners want to feel good about the fuel they’re using to power their Rhode Island homes. With propane, you can be confident that you’re providing them with an eco-friendly option they can be proud of.


Propane Equipment Qualifies for Financial Incentives

You can save up to $7,500 annually! The Propane Construction Incentive Program offers compensation for builders that help them perform research and collect data on propane equipment operation. They require a contract, a W9, and a survey that requests the following information about your business:

  • Your marketing capabilities
  • Propane product installation
  • Internal safety & training protocol
  • Relationships with manufacturer representatives