Tuesday, December 20, 2016

Propane Heaters in New Jersey

Propane Heating System

Propane heating systems are generally considered as greener and cleaner and more affordable heating options compared to oil-run or electric heating systems. If you are looking to install propane heating system in your business or house, we at Modern Propane will offer you the best services for propane heaters in New Jersey. Here are some of the different types of propane heaters we deal with and how they work.
Propane Heaters in New Jersey

Permanent/mounted propane heater.

If you are looking for long-term or even permanent propane heater, this is the best choice. We can mount it on the wall in your home or the ceiling. Mounted propane heaters have built-in fans which force air out, thus heating van larger area. They are also larger and have an exterior venting system. To install your propane heater successfully, they need have access to oxygen, which is necessary for combustion.

Portable propane heater

This type of propane heater has one advantage, it is travel-friendly and some of them come with wheels for easy transport. The ventless heaters are also called portable heaters since they are compact and rectangular. Portable heaters are always used in small garages, workshops or even in single rooms. They can also be used to heat up places like patios, decks, and lawns, tall portable heater called torchieres are often used to warm up cold nights for al fresco dining.

Propane water heater

Propane water heaters have several advantages over electric water heaters. They heat water much faster than electric water heaters, are more durable and take up less room electric ones. They emit lower levels of gasses compared to electric water heaters and are easy to install and operate.

Propane furnaces

Propane Heaters in New Jersey
Homeowners are using propane heaters as their favorite home heating system. This is because they are easy to maintain, cost-effective, sturdy and environmentally friendly. Propane furnaces also work during power outages. Another advantage of propane heater is that they do not require chimneys as
venting can be done horizontally or vertically. They have cooler exhaust than traditional furnaces. The latest model of propane furnaces have greater flexibility in placement and have more features.

If you bare considering installing your propane heater for your home or office, get in touch with us today, we will be glad to show you all the options we offer, answer your questions and install and service it for you. We refill, install, and replace propane heaters in towns and homes around us.

For more about propane heaters in New Jersey, contact Modern Propane at (973)778-0812.