Having a backup generator can give you peace of mind, particularly during those months when you’re more at risk of a power outage. When selecting a generator, you can also decide whether you want natural gas or propane.
Benefits of Propane and Natural Gas
When you opt for propane or natural gas, you choose affordability, abundance and convenience. For those who live on a gas service network, natural gas is an easy choice. However, propane is a more cost-effective option for those who do not have a natural gas line to their home. As a bonus, propane can be stored in a tank on your property.
Natural gas and propane will never go bad. While there is an odor added so that you can detect a leak, propane and natural gas are naturally tasteless and colorless.