Where does propane come from? Hopefully the propane you use in and around your Connecticut or Western Massachusetts home comes from Hocon. We’re the region’s largest independent propane and heating oil company. Our family business has been providing our customers with top-quality service for decades. So you can trust Hocon for your propane delivery and know that you’ll get outstanding service every time.
Now, where does the propane Hocon delivers come from? And what is propane exactly? Keep reading to find out more about this versatile fuel and the benefits it offers.
Propane is produced during natural gas processing and petroleum refining. It’s routinely compressed and stored as a liquid. So you may also hear it called liquefied petroleum gas, LPG or LP. Propane is nontoxic and colorless. In the rare event of a spill, it poses no threat to the surrounding soil, water, or organisms.
Propane’s versatility makes it extremely useful in residential and commercial contexts. Homeowners and business enterprises alike use it for heating (both permanent and temporary), water heating, cooking, and powering a variety of appliances. Propane Autogas is also an efficient alternative motor fuel ideal for commercial fleets like delivery trucks, school buses, taxis, and forklifts.
Propane is clean, efficient, and safe. In addition to running a variety of appliances, propane comfortably heats your home and water, powers gas fireplaces, and give you the precise temperature control for cooking that only gas offers. And all of that comes at a reasonable price when you’re a Hocon customer.
Let’s take a closer look at propane’s benefits:
Hocon is here for all your residential and commercial propane needs in Norwalk, Torrington, Waterbury, Danbury, Guilford, Suffield, Shelton, or the surrounding towns in Connecticut, Massachusetts, and New York.
Contact Hocon today to request a propane delivery or to learn more about the residential and commercial propane services we offer.