propane workIf your summer plans involve cookouts on your propane gas grill, you are using a fuel source that is largely produced right here in the United States. In fact, you’re far from only one, even right here in North Carolina, choosing clean, green propane! Just take a look at the numbers *:

  • 288,691 North Carolina homes are heated with propane
  • $46 billion of the U.S. gross domestic product is generated by the propane industry
  • 4,812 North Carolinians work in propane-related jobs
  • 50 million homes in the U.S. use propane
  • Propane is the third most widely used fuel in the United States
  • More than 800,000 farms in the U.S. use propane
  • The United States is the largest exporter of propane in the world

When you use propane delivered by local providers like LG Jordan, the money you spend goes to a local business that employs your neighbors, both of which support your local economy.
Speaking of money, propane helps you keep more of it in your pocket! When you use propane appliances, home heating systems, water heating systems and fireplaces, you can keep your home comfortable with lower energy costs compared to alternative fuel choices.

Red, white, blue … and Green

Show your love for your country and North Carolina by protecting our air, water and soil. Propane creates a much smaller environmental impact and creates much fewer emissions than other fuel sources. Propane itself is named as a clean fuel under the 1990 Clean Air Act and the National Energy Policy of 1992.
Propane also will not cause environmental damage if there is a leak, nor will it damage soil, drinking water, or marine or plant life. Fuels like gasoline or kerosene just can’t say the same!
The trained pros at LG Jordan are ready to tell you all about the benefits of all-American propane. Contact us today to learn more, or to become a customer!