Liquid Propane

Liquid gas, also known as Liquefied Petroleum Gas is a fuel in liquid form stored under pressure, so it doesn’t turn to gas. Pressurizing propane into a liquid also lowers its temperature to around -40 F. Liquid propane is used for cooking, heating water and also homes. It is nontoxic and colorless. Because it is odorless, an odor is often added, so if there happens to be a leak, it can be detected. It’s also a safe, non-messy and affordable fuel.

And you may not realize it, but using propane helps America’s economy. About 90% of all propane is produced right here in the United States. A good chunk of the rest is produced in Mexico and Canada.