From warehouses, restaurants and hotels to country clubs, nursing homes, multi-family buildings, retail stores, farms and offices, many businesses in Connecticut rely on propane to get the job done. It’s a portable and versatile fuel that can be used in so many different ways.
Hocon backs our propane product with highly trained service technicians who are rigorously trained in safety procedures. We are neat, too, always making sure to clean up the work area following our onsite visit. And we provide timely deliveries and 24/7 emergency service.
Whatever your type of business, Hocon is your partner, with low-cost, clean and reliable propane energy. We offer convenient bulk delivery of propane to businesses of all sizes.
If you purchase propane for a business, please contact us today or call our office to speak with a Hocon Gas commercial representative.
Our builders’ and developers’ services include providing fuel tank and gas supply system sizing, installation and continuous fuel supply throughout the construction process. We are also experts in designing a gas supply system for temporary construction heat—from one-room additions to the largest multi-story complex.
Hocon Gas works with some of the region’s best pool designers, builders and service companies to help integrate a propane gas supply and distribution system, complete with tank. Read more about commercial propane for construction sites.
When it comes to propane for business, there is no company in our industry that is more aware of your temporary heating needs, especially when they occur in the most demanding Connecticut weather conditions.
Hocon’s Temporary Heat Service Program is designed to be your single source for 100-pound propane tank and/or bulk fuel requirements, whether your project is a small single- family residence or condominium complex, school, municipal or business development. Find out more about Hocon’s Temporary Heat Service Program.
Hocon can design a fuel storage system to safely and economically meet each commercial propane customer’s unique needs.
Hocon’s professional team of design and installation experts can help spec units, calculate heat losses, handle the permit process, interface with sub-contractors, handle the installation, replenish the fuel supply and maintain and service the equipment as required. Read more about commercial tank planning.
Contact us today to get started on making Hocon Gas your commercial propane partner.
Because of its low, nontoxic emissions, propane is the fuel of choice for powering indoor forklifts, torches and welders.
Propane is the best choice for backup generators for businesses since it can be stored indefinitely, and will not deteriorate over time (like gasoline) or gel up in winter (like diesel).
More than 60% of alternative-fueled vehicles nationwide run on propane Autogas, including buses, fleet trucks, forklifts, lawnmowers and farm tractors. Propane Autogas is the third most popular vehicle fuel, next to gasoline and diesel.
Across the country, 12,000 propane-powered school buses—including nearly 300 in Connecticut—transport 600,000 children every school day.
Many vehicle manufacturers now make bi-fuel (or dual-fuel) models that run equally well on either propane Autogas or gasoline, and all of the major commercial lawn mower manufacturers now supply models that run on propane Autogas.