Commercial Propane

Propane goes farther for your business

Protect your bottom line with propane's commercial efficency

May commercial companies big and small rely on propane to keep operations running. From farmers to breweries, we help locals get the best prices so you can have peace of mind.

Propane is American made, cheaper than diesel, and more efficient than electricity. It can run everything from forklifts to crop driers, and power your generator in case of emergency, too.

Browse common commercial propane questions in our FAQ section below. Or reach out with this contact form. And as always, feel free to call!

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Commercial propane FAQ

Availability 

A common complaint many people have about propane is that it's harder to find than gas or diesel. But you've already found us, so that's half the battle!

Efficiency   

Propane is also technically less efficient than gas, producing fewer BTUS per gallon. But it has a higher octane level, at 104–112 compared to 87–92 for gasoline. Most propane powered engines are designed to take advantage of that more stable ignition and save fuel that way.

Safety

It's true that propane leaks are dangerous. With simple safety measures, that risk is just the same as any other fuel source. As always, if you smell gas (rotting egg smell), get outside and call us right away.

Yes, there are, and we can help you find the ones you qualify for. Browse Oregon's clean energy rebates.

That really depends on your size of operations, as well as how many ways you'll be using the propane. To get an estimate, give us a call.

Absolutely. It's cheaper in the long run, both for your wallet and the planet. It's American made, and never goes bad. Propane is built for efficiency. 

Yes, by far. Especially when it comes to heating. This is partly because propane is stored so close to its source. Electricity has to travel, losing power as it moves.

Three-phase commercial standby generators are permanent units that can produce kilowatts of power from propane. They automatically turn on in the event of a power outage.

Having a backup generator can be the difference between a profitable and unprofitable year, and can pay for itself in just one power outage. There are many sizes of generator, and the best one really depends on your business' needs.

Often it is more complicated than adding up your total wattage, and we can help you hire an electrician who can determine what sort of generator best for your business.

  • Stoves, grills, and ovens
  • Refrigerators and freezers
  • Outdoor heating
  • Indoor heating 
  • Forklifts
  • Boilers
  • Sanitizers
  • Steamers
  • Soldering irons
  • Brazing
  • Driers
  • Refrigerators and freezers
  • Heating
  • The list goes on...
  • Tractors
  • Irrigation engines
  • Commercial mowers
  • Steamers
  • Soldering irons
  • Branding
  • Grain driers
  • Refrigerators and freezers
  • Heating
  • The list goes on...
  • Heating
  • Refrigerators
  • Generator in case of emergency

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