Why switch to LPG from another fuel?
With high inefficient running costs, high servicing costs, the worry of fuel theft and inconvenience, isn’t it time you considered switching to LPG.
Whether you are you looking for a fuel for your new build property or you just wish you could access mains gas we can provide expert and impartial advice:
- To help you switch to the next best thing! LPG.
- To help you switch to the most competitive LPG supplier in your area.
Just complete our no obilgation switch to LPG request form to arrange one of our expert and impartial advisors to contact you.
Video : How to switch your fuel supply to LPG.
The Benefits of switching to LPG (Liquefied Petroleum Gas)
LPG payments can be spread out using monthly direct debits.
LPG installations costs are lower and more efficient compared to oil.
The LPG tank servicing and maintenance is the responsibility of the LPG supplier saving you time and money.
LPG appliances for example, central heating boilers, run cleaner and therefore reduce your servicing costs.
LPG provides a clean, reliable and versatile heat source for central heating, hot water, cooking and living flame gas fires.
LPG is a cleaner burning fuel than any other fossil fuel.
LPG has a lower CO2 footprint than any other fossil fuel therefore reducing pollution.
Need to know more about switching to LPG?
A: LPG (Liquefied petroleum gas), is the generic name for propane and butane gas. They are both a mixture of hydrocarbon gases used as a fuel in heating appliances and vehicles.
A: LPG is a clean-burning, low carbon, sustainable and efficient fuel and a vital source of energy for hundreds of millions of people throughout the world today. It is a multi-purpose energy with literally thousands of applications. It is portable, can be transported, stored and used virtually anywhere in the world.
A: Yes, one bulk tank can feed numerous properties and usage can be individually monitored.
A: Yes, LPG can be stored underground, out of sight, so as not to spoil your view of the garden.
A: 90 % of homes in the UK use Gas. LPG installations follow strict guidelines and codes of practice set out by http://www.uklpg.org/