With the plethora of heating options available today, it can be tough to nail down the best choice for your home. However, one often-overlooked contender that deserves more attention is heating oil.
With a rich history dating back centuries and a host of modern benefits, oil heat offers a unique combination of reliability, efficiency, and comfort. Not only does it provide consistent warmth, but it also offers greater control over temperature regulation, ensuring optimal comfort in every room of your home.
Additionally, oil heat systems are known for their durability and longevity, requiring minimal maintenance and providing peace of mind for homeowners.
Williams Energy provides reliable delivery of Bioheat Fuel, a blend of ultra-low sulfur heating oil and biodiesels. With our Automatic Delivery option, we leverage the latest software to accurately predict when you’ll need more heating oil and deliver it to you before you run low. It’s the ultimate in peace of mind!
So, if you’re looking for a reliable, efficient, and long-lasting heating solution, consider oil heat as the golden ticket to meet your home comfort needs.
Cost-effectiveness: Heating costs are a significant concern for any homeowner. Oil heat has been a cost-competitive option over the years. Market fluctuations do occur, but savvy consumers can lock in prices during low-season rates, making it an economically wise choice in the long term.
Energy efficiency: Modern oil heaters boast efficiency ratings that can exceed 95%, meaning nearly all the energy purchased is converted directly to heat. This translates to less waste and more heat per dollar, which is a win-win for homeowners and their wallets.
Reliability and availability: One of the strongest suits of oil heat is its unparalleled reliability. Unlike gas lines that can be interrupted or electric systems that fail during outages, oil heat relies on a tangible supply that is at your disposal whenever you need it. Plus, with a wide network of suppliers, access to oil is rarely an issue.
Environmental considerations: Contrary to popular belief, oil heat has made significant strides in environmental friendliness. With advancements like low-sulfur options and biofuels, such as those blended with renewable biodiesel, oil heat’s carbon footprint is shrinking, helping you heat your home consciously.
How oil heat systems work: At its core, an oil heating system includes a tank, a furnace or boiler, and a series of controls. When your home needs heat, oil is pumped from the tank to the burner where it’s converted to warmth, transferring it throughout your home efficiently.
Types of oil heat systems available: Homeowners can choose from an array of systems—traditional furnaces, boilers, and modern high-efficiency models. Each has its perks in terms of how it distributes heat, whether through warm air, hot water, or steam.
Maintenance and safety considerations: Just like any heating system, maintenance is key to a long-lasting and safe home heating experience. Annual check-ups by a certified technician can prevent common issues and ensure your system operates at peak performance.
When stacked against natural gas, electric heat, or geothermal systems, oil heat stands out for several reasons. Natural gas heat comes close in efficiency but may not be available in all areas. Electric systems are often more expensive to operate, and geothermal, while eco-friendly, requires a high initial investment.
Williams Energy is the South Shore’s leader for heating oil delivery and service. Become a customer today!
As the chilly winter weather sets in, homeowners may find themselves facing a common yet daunting issue – frozen pipes.
This seasonal phenomenon can wreak havoc on your plumbing system and leave you without access to essential utilities such as water and heat. So, what should you do if faced with frozen pipes? Should it be treated as an emergency situation requiring immediate attention from a plumber?
Fortunately, Williams Energy is here to help! We offer expert plumbing services from our licensed, skilled plumbers. If you have frozen pipes, we’re just a call away.
Let’s delve into everything you need to know about frozen pipes, including warning signs, prevention methods, and when it is necessary to call for an emergency plumber. Being armed with this knowledge can save you time, money and stress during what can already be a challenging season for homeowners.
Frozen pipes may seem like a minor inconvenience, but they should not be taken lightly.
Water expands as it freezes, and this expansion can create tiny cracks in your pipes. When the temperature rises and the ice melts, these tiny cracks can turn into major leaks, which can lead to flooding, mold growth, and structural damage.
In addition to the physical damage caused by frozen pipes, they can also be a costly problem to fix. So, if you live in an area with cold winters, make sure to take preventative measures to ensure that your pipes don’t freeze in the first place.
When it comes to the winter months, frozen pipes can quickly become a homeowner’s worst nightmare. But thankfully, there are steps you can take to prevent them from happening in the first place.
One of the most important things you can do is to properly insulate your pipes, especially those in unheated areas like your attic or garage. Additionally, keep your home at a consistent temperature, even when you’re away. Opening cabinet doors under sinks to allow warm air to circulate and keeping faucets running at a trickle can also help.
By taking these preventive measures, you can avoid the headache and expense of dealing with frozen pipes altogether.
Discovering frozen pipes in your home can be a headache, but it’s important to take action quickly to avoid further damage.
The first step is to turn off the water supply to the affected area. Then, open any faucets connected to the frozen pipes to allow them to slowly thaw. It’s important not to use any heating tools, such as a blowtorch, as this can cause the pipes to burst. You can try wrapping the pipes in towels soaked in hot water, using a hair dryer or space heater aimed at the pipes, or even using hot water bottles.
Once the pipes have thawed, check for any cracks or leaks.
If you’re unsure how to handle the situation, it’s best to call Williams Energy right away for emergency plumbing service. Remember, taking quick action is key to avoiding costly repairs and preventing further damage to your home.
Williams Energy’s expert plumbing services can save your home from damage caused by frozen pipes! Contact us today to learn more.
When you take a glance around your home, you’ll notice numerous items with expiration dates, ranging from food to makeup to toiletries.
Unlike many other substances, propane is not subject to deterioration or degradation over time.
Over time, heating oil, kerosene, diesel, and gasoline can degrade, compromising their efficiency and posing risks to the vital machinery they power, such as your home’s heating system or generator. It is crucial to maintain their optimal performance and prevent potential damage.
After around six months of remaining parked, a car with a full gas tank will undergo fuel breakdown. Diesel fuel, on the other hand, remains usable for only about a year. Ethanol and bio-based fuels, in general, lose their effectiveness rapidly, typically within a few months.
Propane, a stable fuel that doesn’t degrade, maintains its integrity when stored in a secure, airtight container, unaffected by chemical or physical changes. As a result, even after extended storage, propane remains as efficient and usable as when it was first acquired.
Propane is the ultimate choice for a range of household appliances, whether you use them every day or occasionally. From heating systems and water heaters to space heaters and fireplaces, propane offers unparalleled versatility.
Propane’s remarkable stability makes it the ideal choice for whole-house standby generators. Unlike gasoline and diesel, which can leave users stranded during power outages due to fuel degradation or lack of fresh supplies, propane eliminates this risk entirely.
Rest assured, your standby generator will be primed and prepared to kick into action when you need it most. This peace of mind is made possible by the propane safely stored in your home’s propane tank.
The propane stored in your tank remains in a liquid state, which naturally raises concerns about its susceptibility to freezing.
There is no cause for concern as propane boasts an exceptionally low freezing point of -306°F, a temperature that can exclusively be achieved within scientific laboratories. This extraordinary degree of coldness can’t be achieved anywhere else on our planet!
Propane does have a boiling point of about -44°F. At this temperature, liquid propane can no longer turn into a gas. The record low temperature in this area is -19°F, so this is not likely to occur.
Even if the temperature doesn’t drop significantly, extremely cold weather in this region can negatively affect the pressure inside your propane tank. Similar to other liquids, propane contracts as the temperature decreases. This decrease in volume results in a decrease in pressure, which, if it becomes too low, can hinder the gas flow to your burner. Therefore, it’s crucial to consider how cold weather may impact the pressure levels inside your tank for optimal performance during the winter season.
To prevent any issues caused by cold temperatures affecting your tank’s pressure, it’s crucial to maintain a minimum of 30% capacity in your propane tank. With our Automatic Delivery and wireless propane tank monitoring services, we keep a close eye on your propane usage and supply. This ensures that we deliver propane to you in a timely manner before you run low. Our goal is to provide you with the peace of mind and reassurance you deserve.
With Automatic Delivery and wireless propane tank monitoring from Williams Energy, you can have peace of mind about your home’s propane supply. Become a customer today!
At Williams Energy, we are dedicated to offering our valued customers quality heating oil at prices that are fair, competitive, and transparent. We take pride in delivering exceptional service and ensuring that our clients receive the best value for their money.
However, we don’t stop there. We strive to provide extraordinary value by offering more than is expected. In addition to our competitive prices, you can rely on reliable heating oil delivery and expert equipment services from a reputable local business that has been serving the South Shore since 1919.
Although heating oil prices experienced significant highs last winter, it is important to acknowledge their vulnerability to fluctuations. When prices are moderate and stable, individuals are generally satisfied with lower bills. However, sudden price increases spark consumer curiosity about the factors influencing heating oil prices, prompting them to seek a deeper understanding of the reasons behind these fluctuations.
Several factors impact the cost of heating oil, influencing the amount you pay.
Crude oil pricing: Heating oil is derived from crude oil, making its price highly susceptible to fluctuations in crude oil costs. As a commodity, the value of crude oil is determined by the intricate dynamics of supply and demand. Therefore, any factors that influence the global economy or the supply of crude oil will inevitably have an impact on the cost of heating your home.
Seasonal supply and demand: During the winter months, when demand is at its peak, heating oil prices tend to increase. However, in the summer, these prices reach their lowest point. At Williams Energy, we prioritize securing our supplies during the summer when prices are most favorable. This allows us to pass on the savings to you, ensuring that you have access to affordable heating oil throughout the year. Rest assured, we are committed to providing you with quality service and cost-effective solutions for all your heating needs.
Operating costs: The cost of heating oil is influenced by various factors, including labor costs, transportation expenses, and storage costs. Similar to other industries, these factors play a role in determining the overall pricing. For instance, when gasoline and diesel prices increase, it results in higher expenses for delivering heating oil, operating transportation trucks, and maintaining our equipment vehicles.
Weather: Did you know that the Northeast region consumes the majority of heating oil in the country, accounting for an astounding 90% of national usage? This means that events in this area can directly impact the prices you pay for heating oil. The primary factor influencing these prices is none other than the weather. When winters become bitterly cold, the demand for heating oil skyrockets, subsequently leading to price increases.
Typically, heating oil expenses are handled by paying for each delivery. Nevertheless, this method can result in substantial bills during the winter season, coinciding with other financial obligations such as holiday expenditures, tuition fees, and taxes.
That is precisely why we provide payment plans that enable you to effectively handle your heating oil expenses.
Budget Plan: Discover the unparalleled convenience of our plan, meticulously designed to evenly spread your heating oil expenses across 10 effortless monthly payments. With this carefully crafted approach, you can now experience a crystal-clear understanding of your monthly bill, effortlessly managing your expenses and budgeting with utmost ease.
AutoPay: Eliminate payment worries with AutoPay! We conveniently deduct your payments from your checking account or debit card. Plus, if your credit card offers a rewards program, using it for your Williams Energy payments can accelerate your rewards earning.
With reliable heating oil delivery, competitive pricing, and payment and pricing options, Williams Energy offers great value for keeping your home heating costs under control! Become a customer today.
You likely don’t think much about your home’s plumbing, unless you have a leaky faucet or constantly running toilet.
However, it is something you should think about. With regular professional maintenance and professional plumbing services from Williams Energy, your home’s plumbing can function effectively.
There may come a time when plumbing in your home may need to be replaced. Let’s run through some of the basic information on this topic.
The answer to this question depends on what type of plumbing we’re talking about. These are the average life expectancies for piping.
Plumbing fixtures and appliances, such as faucets and water heaters have their own life expectancies. Here are some of those.
This depends on the age of your home as well as the plumbing. These are some general guidelines and factors to consider.
Homes built after 2000: It’s likely that your pipes are in good condition—especially if you schedule regular professional maintenance. However, even new copper pipes can be susceptible to a condition known as pitting corrosion. Therefore, it’s crucial not to overlook any signs of leaks. Contact a plumber immediately, and they will promptly detect and address the leaks, as well as handle any necessary pipe replacements to resolve the issue.
Homes built 1970 – 2000: While it is crucial to stay alert for typical leaks, older homes may introduce added issues like lead and polybutylene pipes.
The presence of lead in drinking water presents a substantial health hazard, particularly for young children who may encounter developmental challenges as a result of lead poisoning.
Polybutylene, also referred to as “poly,” was a widely used material from the late 1970s to the mid-1990s, often found in DIY plumbing projects. However, it is important to note that poly pipes have a tendency to deteriorate rapidly when exposed to oxidants present in the public water system. As a result, they become brittle and susceptible to breakage.
If you have any concerns about the presence of lead or polybutylene pipes in your plumbing system, it is of utmost importance to promptly schedule a replacement. Reach out to Williams Energy for a thorough evaluation of the materials utilized in your home’s plumbing.
Homes built before 1970: Whether you own a First Period home, an 1800s Victorian, or a mid-century home, the plumbing will likely need attention. It is highly advisable to conduct annual inspections on the piping to detect any indications of corrosion. Piping in older homes is commonly constructed using galvanized steel, brass, or cast iron. While these materials have the potential to endure for up to a century, it is important to note that this is only possible under ideal conditions. Factors such as hard water and inadequate maintenance can accelerate the deterioration and corrosion process.
If you notice any signs of flaking, discoloration, or dimpling on exposed pipes, such as those found in basements or crawlspaces, it is crucial to contact us so we can inspect them promptly. Our plumbers will assess whether you require pipe replacements and evaluate the extent of the issue.
Whether you need to fix a leaking faucet or replace plumbing, Williams Energy has the team of expert plumbers to get the job done right! Get your free quote today.
Thank you, as always, for your continued patronage. We sincerely appreciate using Williams Energy for your home energy delivery and services. Because of you, we are currently operating in our 104th year of business and look forward to a bright future. We wanted to remind you of some matters relating to your home comfort:
need an outlet fixed, lighting installed, generator for back-up power, or an at home electric car charger? Contact Williams to have our in-house electricians come over to help! With safety and care, Williams is happy to support our customers’ electric service needs.
if you are away from your home this winter, it is important to maintain contact with indoor temperature levels so to prevent freezing pipes and other avoidable mechanical issues. We recommend having someone check on your home or contact Williams electrical services to install a smart WI-FI enabled thermostat so that you may monitor remotely.
supplemental heating- such as heat pumps, fireplaces, space heaters, etc. are great for comfort and heating redundance. When on an automatic fuel delivery for your home heating, be mindful of increased fuel consumption when not using supplemental heating sources. Please notify us if you have a change in fuel use so we can adjust delivery your schedule.
every home with natural gas or propane needs to have a carbon monoxide detector. As recommended by the National Fire Protection Association, carbon monoxide detectors should be tested once per month. This is especially important in the wintertime when we make our homes airtight and we consume more energy for heating and hot water. For homes with oil heat, make sure you know where the emergency switch is located.
please be cognizant of the condition and age of your home energy storage tank. Be aware of excessive rust, staining, and odors around your tank. Notify Williams if you notice any safety issues occurring. If your fuel oil tank is over thirty years old, you may want to consider upgrading your tank with a new double-wall model.
with residential heating, there has been an increase in the deployment of higher efficiency heating and AC systems. Williams fully supports HVAC and water heating systems that can save energy while not sacrificing comfort.
It is important with high efficiency systems to continuously maintain them to support manufacturer warranties and to maintain the system efficiency and longevity. Without doing so, the system is at risk of increased energy use and premature system failure.
we continue working to decrease our operations’ environmental footprint by doing the following: increasing the amount of waste feedstock biofuel blended into our heating oil when appropriate; continuously updating customers’ fuel oil storage tanks to decrease environmental risk; purchasing fully electric vehicles for our operational staff and installing vehicle charges on our solar equipped office building; properly recycling old energy and office equipment; and promoting, installing, and maintaining the most efficient HVAC and water heating systems. We are proud to make these improvements toward business sustainability and will continue to do so in the future.
there has been much discussion about the different incentives available for installing high efficiency HVAC and water heating systems. Before making a decision talk with a Williams representative on system eligibility and related incentives to assure you are making the right decision for your home.
Propane upholds an outstanding safety record, thanks to the government’s rigorous regulations and the steadfast commitment of companies like Williams Energy.
Safely using propane at home is crucial knowledge, even though leaks are rare. In the event of a leak, it’s important to know what steps to take. To enhance your understanding of propane safety, we have compiled a list of common topics for you to explore.
Ensuring regular maintenance by a professional service technician for all your propane appliances is crucial to prevent propane leaks. During a tune-up, the technician will thoroughly inspect your appliances and promptly resolve any identified gas leak issues.
To enhance the safety of your home, it is recommended that you invest in propane leak detectors and strategically place them near your propane appliances, such as stoves, fireplaces, and water heaters. Keep in mind that these detectors should be positioned at a lower level than your bed pillows, as propane gas is denser than air. This simple precaution will ensure effective detection and provide peace of mind.
To ensure utmost safety in your home, it is crucial to install both carbon monoxide detectors and propane leak detectors. These detectors serve distinct purposes and cannot detect each other’s presence. Carbon monoxide detectors focus on identifying carbon monoxide leaks, while propane leak detectors are specifically designed to detect propane leaks. By having both types of detectors in place, you can effectively safeguard against potential hazards and protect yourself and your loved ones.
When it comes to propane safety, this is the most important thing you should learn.
Propane itself is odorless, but to allow for quick leak detection, manufacturers include an odorant like ethyl mercaptan, which creates a distinct smell. This makes it easier for people to promptly identify any potential leaks.
If you detect a strong and unpleasant odor resembling the scent of rotten eggs or a skunk’s spray in your home, it is highly likely that it is caused by a propane gas leak.
To maintain composure in the face of an emergency, it is crucial to adhere to the following safety guidelines provided below and refrain from succumbing to panic. Refrain from attempting to independently identify the source of the odor; leave that task to the professionals. Instead, prioritize your safety and the well-being of others.
Let’s go over the steps you should take if you smell a distinct rotten-egg/skunky odor that indicates a propane leak.
Do you have questions about propane safety? Please reach out to us and we’ll be happy to help!
Too many people, when looking for a heating oil supplier, only look at the price of the heating oil, and end up going with a discounter.
That can be a mistake. Discounters’ low prices come with other costs. For example, the quality of the heating oil. Going cheap on heating may be a case of getting what you pay for.
There’s no worry about heating oil quality when you choose Williams Energy for your heating oil delivery! Our ultra-low-sulfur heating oil (ULSHO) contains 15 parts-per-million (ppm) or less of sulfur, marking a remarkable 99% reduction from the quantity present three decades ago. This substantial decrease reflects the industry’s commitment to environmental stewardship and underscores the significant strides made in enhancing the quality of heating oil.
Not only that, we deliver Bioheat® fuel, a blend of ULSHO and biodiesels including plant oils (such as rapeseed, pumpkin seed, sunflower, and inedible corn), recycled commercial cooking oils, animal fats and tallows, and algae.
Cleaner burning – Because Bioheat fuel burns so much cleaner than traditional heating oil, it offers many benefits.
For starters, it can dramatically increase your heating system’s efficiency. This will help you keep your energy costs down while keeping your home warm and comfortable.
Protection for your heating system – Even with the trust you place in trained professionals like the service technicians at Williams Energy for regular and dependable furnace or boiler servicing, using low-quality fuel in your boiler will inevitably lead to issues.
Using lower quality oils and products not only increases the risk of equipment breakdown but also compromises their efficiency. Consequently, your boiler or furnace will face increased strain and wear, requiring more maintenance and potentially repairs when it breaks down. Before that happens, you’ll notice your energy costs creeping up thanks to your heating system needing to work harder to heat your home.
However, when you use a better-quality heating oil like Bioheat fuel from Williams Energy, the wear and tear on your furnace or boiler is greatly reduced. This not only lowers the risk of breakdowns and the accompanying repair bills, but can also extend the life expectancy of your home’s heating system.
Bioheat fuel presents a myriad of environmental advantages, with its most notable benefit being the substantial reduction of greenhouse gas emissions. As biodiesels continue to gain momentum, this reduction becomes even more pronounced. In the heating oil industry’s pursuit of achieving net-zero carbon emissions by 2050, Bioheat fuel assumes a crucial and irreplaceable role.
Compared with traditional No. 2 heating oil, Bioheat fuel emits 80% less sulfur dioxide, up to 30% less nitrogen dioxide, and 20% less carbon dioxide.
By increasing the usage of biodiesels in Bioheat fuel, we can reduce our reliance on oil drilling, both at home and abroad. This not only promotes sustainability but also helps to diminish our carbon footprint and cultivate a more environmentally conscious future.
Converting these products into biodiesel for Bioheat fuel diverts waste from landfills while promoting sustainability.
Bioheat fuel is a great choice for your South Shore home. Become a Williams Energy customer and enjoy the benefits of this quality heating oil!
With Halloween in the rearview mirror, we’re now in holiday prep season.
Whether you’re having the family over for Thanksgiving, hosting the first night of Hanukkah, or planning a family gathering at Christmas, your South Shore home’s plumbing will be getting a workout thanks to all the extra cooking and laundry, along with guests using the bathrooms.
This increased usage could end up bringing about a plumbing emergency. Fortunately, Williams Energy is here for you, with plumbing service done by licensed, skilled, and experienced plumbers.
You may be wondering what constitutes an emergency when it comes to your home’s plumbing. We’ve assembled some common situations to show you when you should be calling us for emergency plumbing services.
No hot water: The typical lifespan of a conventional storage-tank water heater is approximately 10 to 15 years. However, if your water heater unexpectedly malfunctions, it can quickly complicate your life. You’ll be deprived of warm showers, hot water taps, and the convenience of a fully functional clothes washer and dishwasher.
To avoid the inconvenience of an unforeseen water heater malfunction, we typically recommend replacing your unit after 10 years. Nevertheless, in the event of a breakdown, our prompt response team will assess the possibility of repair. Should repair prove unfeasible, we will promptly procure a replacement, ensuring the swift restoration of your hot water supply.
Sewage backup: Are you experiencing a foul odor emanating from your water fixtures, drains, or appliances? Whether you are connected to a sewer or have a septic system, it is possible that sewage is backing up into your home. This situation is more than just unpleasant; it can also have negative effects on the health of those living in your household. The skilled plumbers at Williams Energy can assess the presence of a sewage issue and determine whether it originates from your property or elsewhere.
A sewage backup can occur due to various factors, such as pipe obstructions, tree roots, or cracked sewer pipes. Our skilled plumbers possess the expertise to identify the underlying cause accurately and implement the appropriate remedy. With their knowledge and experience, they ensure efficient resolution of the issue, restoring the functionality of your plumbing system.
Standing water: Leaks and drips are a common occurrence in any household, but if left unattended, they can quickly escalate into major problems. The presence of standing water can result in property damage, mold growth, unpleasant odors, and even electrical hazards. If you notice any standing water in your home, don’t hesitate to get in touch with us. Our team will promptly locate and repair the source of the leak, ensuring your home remains safe and dry.
Frozen pipes: As winter approaches and people prepare to leave town for the holidays, the threat of freezing exposed pipes becomes more apparent. Without proper heating or insulation on sub-freezing nights, these pipes can accumulate ice and potentially burst, leading to substantial property damage from water. If you find yourself with a burst pipe and water accumulation, please reach out to us immediately.
Whatever plumbing services for your home, Williams Energy is here for you! Contact us today to learn more.
As news stories persist in raising concerns about the safety of gas stoves, it is natural to question the safety of your current propane stove or reconsider the decision to purchase one.
In addition to the news headlines, a flurry of rumors is swirling on social media, hinting at a potential federal government ban on the sale and use of gas stoves, including those powered by propane.
Let’s address the unfounded rumor right away: there are absolutely no plans to confiscate your gas stove. The Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) is actively seeking valuable insights from you and the public regarding any potential risks associated with these stoves. As a government agency, their primary focus is to ensure consumer safety, without any intention of depriving individuals of the products they rely on daily in their homes.
In a January 11, 2023, statement, CPSC Chair Alexander Hoehn-Saric said, “I am not looking to ban gas stoves and the CPSC has no proceeding to do so.”
Now, let’s thoroughly examine the information that has been conveyed through both conventional and partisan media sources with agendas of their own, as well as social media platforms.
Extensive research consistently emphasizes the potential hazards linked to indoor cooking. Regardless of the cooking method you employ, be it gas stovetop, electric range, or wood-burning stove, all of them release particulate matter (PM) into the air within your home.
The United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has recently issued a detailed explanation regarding PM, also known as particulate matter. PM refers to tiny solid or liquid particles that can be inhaled, posing significant health risks to our lungs. This clarification sheds light on the potential dangers associated with these minuscule particles and emphasizes the need for proper awareness and precautions.
When cooking steak on the stovetop, the searing process produces smoke that contains harmful particles. Inhaling this smoky air can negatively impact your health, so it’s crucial to maintain a healthy kitchen environment. Indoor air quality specialists strongly recommend using range hoods to effectively remove these contaminants. If you don’t have a range hood, a simple solution is to open a window near the cooking area, which will greatly improve ventilation.
There is a growing concern about the r release of methane from various sources of natural gas, including not just cooking stoves. This development is truly worrisome, considering that methane is an incredibly potent greenhouse gas and makes up the majority of natural gas composition.
It is important to note that propane is not classified as a greenhouse gas because it does not contain methane.
An example that highlights the impact of not distinguishing between these two types of fuels on public perception is worth noting. A recent study published in the International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health shed light on this issue. According to the study, the use of gas stoves contributes to around 12.7% of pediatric asthma cases. However, the researchers failed to differentiate between propane and natural gas stoves. Instead, they referred to both simply as “gas stoves” without acknowledging or recognizing the distinctions between the two.
You can enjoy the convenience and superior cooking experience of a propane gas range in your home with the dependable propane delivery from Williams Energy! Become a customer today.