Natural gas is a reliable, domestic, environmentally-friendly energy source that provides your clientele with value-added versatility and efficiency. Consider just a few of these benefits below as to why you should implement natural gas in your commercial or residential development.
In consumer preference studies, homebuyers are looking for homes with natural gas appliances to take advantage of the savings, convenience and benefits. The market has shown that natural gas homes sell for a higher price on average over electric homes.
Natural gas homes and businesses have the element of comfort with such appliances as gas heating units, gas logs, water heaters, pool heaters, outdoor fire pits etc. while adding ambiance with outdoor lighting, patio heaters and other outdoor appliances.
Utilizing natural gas as a fuel source provides confidence to know that during extreme weather conditions or emergencies, your energy source is safe. Underground pipelines safely transport natural gas to our homes, businesses, industries and communities, providing dependable fuel delivery despite the weather.
Regardless of the cooking skill level, the vast majority of clients prefer to cook with gas appliances in both commercial and residential properties. On gas cooktops, ranges, ovens and grills natural gas provides instant heat and a finer degree of temperature control.
In its natural state, natural gas is colorless and odorless, making it Earth’s cleanest burning fossil fuel. Burning natural gas for energy produces fewer emissions of air pollutants and carbon dioxide than burning coal or oil to produce an equal amount of energy.
Over 97% of the natural gas we use in the United States is produced right here in North America. It’s a catalyst for a growing economy and provides energy security for our nation as it helps decrease our dependence on foreign oil supplies.
Natural gas represents 18% of the commercial sector energy consumption. It’s a catalyst for a growing economy as many industries would not be able to perform and contribute to an economy’s output without it.