Helping You Fuel New Home Sales


Whether you’re a large builder or developer, or focus on custom homes, propane can help you design, build, and market properties that attract home buyers.

Whether you are building a sprawling rambler, an easy-to-navigate retirement home, a two-story family home, or a log cabin tucked away in the mountains, propane will fit into your house plans. Propane is fueling home sales throughout Massachusetts, New Hampshire and across the country.

You want to make your properties as marketable to homeowners as possible, and propane is an appealing amenity that can help you do just that.  With propane you can give your customers the luxury of gas appliances off the natural gas main.

Keep Project Costs Down and Customer Satisfaction High.  Choosing propane can help you stay on schedule and on budget. Using technological improvements such as corrugated stainless steel tubing (CSST), the average single home installation of a propane system now takes just a fraction of the labor a traditional black iron pipe installation takes.

The Latest Propane Appliances.From energy-efficient tankless water heaters to stylish stainless-steel appliances, propane products deliver what homeowners want.

Whether you’re outfitting a kitchen, a master suite bathroom, or a downstairs laundry room, you can put propane to work anywhere in a home.  But propane is more than just versatile; it’s also one of the most environmentally friendly, energy-efficient, high-performing energy sources you can choose. An Energy Star-qualified propane tankless water heater, for example, can save a homeowner up to 60 percent on his or her energy bill compared with standard electric models, which are not Energy Star-qualified.

Propane: What You Need to Know

There are three basic things you and your homeowners should know about propane:

  • It’s clean energy. Propane’s low emissions make it an approved alternative fuel recognized by the Clean Air Act and the Energy Policy Act of 2005. Using propane appliances can reduce greenhouse gas emissions by up to 68 percent compared with their electric counterparts.
  • It slashes energy costs. Propane appliances typically are far more efficient than their electric counterparts. An Energy Star-qualified propane tankless water heater with an efficiency factor (thermal efficiency) of 82 percent, for instance, can save a homeowner up to 60 percent on his or her energy bill compared with a standard electric model.
  • It supports today’s lifestyle. Propane provides homeowners with the modern amenities they want, including on-demand hot water and energy for outdoor living spaces.

Our Lorden Consultants are experts in their field. For more information about Lorden’s Builder and HVAC business programs, contact a Lorden Consultant today.