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Bottini Fuel Discusses the Benefits of Propane for Construction Contractors

Updated on April 1, 2019
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If you run a construction business, Bottini Fuel has got something that you need to read about. We are here to tell you that propane is the way to go for all your construction heating needs. As we all know, winters can be very long in the northern states. We cannot simply stop working for 6 months while we wait for warmer weather. What we are proposing is for you to have a mobile heating system install at your construction site. Not only will it keep your workers nice and warm, but it can also aid in the drying of certain things. Meaning, your drywall finishing will be able to dry much faster. You will not have to wait for primer coats on walls to dry. If you are installing flooring, you need to wait for sometime for that to cure. All these things can be done much faster if you have heat in the building. This will save you money in the long run as you will not have to pay workers to literally sit around and watch paint dry.

Building vitality effective homes with propane

Have you found out about the Propane Energy Pod? No, it's not the most recent electronic contraption from Apple. It is a creative model for new-home development that blends these five utilizations of propane into an incorporate entire house vitality bundle:

space warming

water warming


garments drying


Manufacturers utilize this way to deal with giving their purchasers a home that is a joy to live in—with gas for cooking, garments drying and chimneys, boundless high temp water, and super-productive space warming.

Some builders are raising the bar even higher by incorporating propane outdoor living products as well. As an added bonus, builder rebates of up to $7,500 per year are available through the Propane Education & Research Council.

Besides enjoying heightened, affordable comfort, anyone who builds a new home using the Propane Energy Pod model will have bragging rights because of how effectively it reduces carbon-emission reductions.

Tank Sizes

Obviously, you are not going to get by with a standard 20-pound tank. For the job site, you are going to need something a little bit beefier. So, what are your options? Well, you can go with several different portable models if you really want to, but it really is not going to do much heating in the larger buildings. For the really big jobs, we would recommend that you get the 35,000-gallon tank that you can deploy at each worksite you are working at. These units are capable of putting out 5 million BTUs. That is enough to heat a 10 to 15 story building or something the size of your average hotel or hospital.

Safety Tips

When you are using propane at the worksite, it is imperative that you let the client as well as your workers know that you are utilizing propane. The reason for this is that they are all going to know how to turn the unit off in the case of an emergency. Make sure that any tank that you use is in its optimal condition. That means that it should not be dented or punctured in any way. Never connect more than three 100-pound containers to a single manifold. Not only will you not be providing the heating that you need, but you will also risk the units leaking carbon monoxide. The reason for the leak is because the pressure is insufficient, and it will cause what is called an under-burn. This under-burn is the number one cause of carbon monoxide poisoning in the United States.


At Bottini Fuel, we look for ways to help out a variety of customers. We hope that if you are in the construction industry that this article has helped you. Remember, you want to make sure that you keep the building warm so that the work can continue. Make sure that you get the right tank for the job that you are doing. Finally, make sure that you keep the workers safe at all times and instruct everyone what to do in the case of an emergency. I hope you have liked the content and after this will help you in your business in the future. We are helping the businesses for years we would like to hear back from you. It will help us to enhance and improve our work more and more


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