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Propane for Temporary Heat and Lasting Efficiency

When temperatures drop, you often need temporary heat to complete a job right. Workers need to stay warm to be productive, and heat is often required to allow materials to dry or cure properly. Propane is the fuel of choice in such situations, being used in an estimated 80% of construction projects with a need for temporary heat, for a number of reasons:

  • PORTABILITY AND AVAILABILITY - Propane heaters can be delivered on-site anywhere, anytime without the need for any electrical cords or gas lines.
  • CLEANLINESS - Propane burns cleaner than kerosene, which can leave a film on equipment and walls, and isn’t messy to haul. Propane heaters draw on clean, outside air for heat.
  • EFFICIENCY - Propane heaters generate a greater amount of heat more quickly and easily than electric heaters can.
  • VERSATILITY - Propane heaters come in a wide range of sizes and can be used for both the smallest and largest of jobs.
  • ENVIRONMENTAL RESPONSIBILITY - Propane is a non-toxic and clean-burning fuel that is widely available here in the U.S.

As colder weather approaches, contact your local FS Propane Specialist to develop a customized temporary heating plan, including rental costs, estimated fuel requirements, and the appropriate size and type of equipment to fit the specific needs of your project.


Call us today and let us help you use Propane with Pride. ​​​​​​​