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Utilize a Cleaner, Greener Fuel for Whole Home Heating

bioheat regulations massachusettsBioheat® is getting support from states all over the Northeast as state governments see the environmental, economic, and consumer benefits to a cleaner-burning home heating fuel.

What’s better? You can enjoy those benefits when you get your Bioheat delivered by Frank Lamparelli!

What are the Bioheat Mandates?

Our neighboring states of Connecticut and Rhode Island have passed new Bioheat mandates into law.

On July 12th, 2021, Connecticut Governor Ned Lamont signed a mandate that requires all heating oil delivered in the state be a minimum of B5 Bioheat by 2020. The B5 signifies that at least 5% of the fuel is biodiesel, which is blended with previously mandated ultra-low sulfur heating oil (ULSHO). The requirements are increased to B10 by 2025, B15 by 2030, B20 by 2034, and B50 by 2035.

Rhode Islander Governor Daniel Mckee signed the state’s Bioheat mandate on July 13, 2021. It currently mandates B5 Bioheat, and that is increased to B10 by 2023, B20 by 2025, and B50 by 2030.

New York is also considering a new Bioheat mandate as well.

Frank Lamparelli is already ahead of the curve, as our Bioheat fuel already contains up to 20% biodiesels, and that percentage is only going to continue to grow!

What Makes Bioheat Better Than “Regular” Heating Oil?

Bioheat is much better for the environment than traditional #2 heating oil, with 80% less sulfur dioxide, up to 30% less nitrogen dioxide, and 20% less carbon dioxide. Those greenhouse gases are major contributors to climate change. In fact, our Bioheat is even cleaner burning than natural gas!

You don’t have to replace, retrofit, or alter your home’s furnace or boiler to enjoy the benefits of Bioheat. Not only does it work perfectly with home heating systems, Bioheat is better for them!

Between the removal of sulfur and the clean burning of biodiesels, Bioheat leaves fewer deposits in your heating system’s heat exchangers. There’s less wear and tear on your parts and internal components. Your furnace or boiler runs more efficiently, saving you money on monthly energy costs.

Not only that, Bioheats cleaner burning means fewer breakdowns and a longer life for your home heating system.

Bioheat is Also Good for the Local Economy

There are about 10 biodiesel producers here in the Northeastern United States that supply the biodiesel used to make Bioheat. Those producers support nearly 5,000 full-time, good-paying jobs with $175 million in annual wages. They are also responsible for creating over $1.2 billion in annual economic activity.

You can trust Frank Lamparelli for dependable delivery of cleaner-burning Bioheat to your South Shore, Massachusetts home for high-efficiency warmth and comfort all winter long. Become a customer today and experience the difference we can make for you.

Make Sure Your Home Stays Safe All Season Long!

vacation home service massachusettsThere are lots of snowbirds here on the South Shore who spend their winters in warmer places. If you’re joining the flock—or just getting some time away for the holidays visiting friends or relatives—you need to do a few things besides packing to keep your home safe and secure while you’re gone!

These tips are especially important in winter because your home needs to stay warm while you’re away. Do these and you’ll enjoy some peace of mind—just what you need when you’re on even the smallest of vacations.

Get Your Heating System Tuned Up

You may be thinking, “Why do I need a tune-up? I won’t be home to use it.” But while you won’t be there, your house still needs to be kept safely warm. If your furnace or boiler conk out while you’re away, you could be facing a no-heat emergency that brings with it more than just simple discomfort.

Contact us as soon as possible to schedule your maintenance tune-up—it’s one thing that should never be skipped, whether you’re home or not!

Program Your Thermostat Properly

Don’t waste energy and money heating your home to the same default temperatures when you’re not around. Program your thermostat to stay at a constant 55˚ Fahrenheit until you get back. That helps save energy—but keeps the house warm enough to protect crucial elements such as your piping.

A smart thermostat comes in handy when you’re on vacation as well. You can check your thermostat settings from anywhere you get a Wi-Fi or data signal, and you can set it to warm up the house just ahead of your return.

Turn Down the Water Heater

No point in keeping water hot when you’re not home! Turn your water heater to the “Vacation” or “Low” setting for the time you’ll be away.

Unplug Energy “Vampires”

Energy vampires are those appliances and electronics that suck up energy even when you’re not using them, driving up your monthly energy costs.

The kitchen and bathroom are two prime places for these energy vampires. Unplug your small kitchen appliances like multicookers, coffeemakers, stand mixers, and toasters. In the bathroom, unplug electric toothbrushes and hair styling tools.
Other items around your home to unplug include:

What’s one other crucial step to take? Make sure your home always has the fuel it needs to keep your home safely warm while you’re away on vacation this winter! Let us know if you have plans for an elongated stay away from home—this helps ensure that your automatic deliveries can remain scheduled accordingly.

Looking for a new fuel supplier this season? Contact us today to see just how easy it is to switch—we’ll get you setup with your next Bioheat or propane delivery in no time!

Know What Gets You the Most Bang for Your Energy Buck!

AFUE rating massachusettsIf you aren’t sure if your home’s heating system will last through another cold winter season, or, you’ve already been toying with the idea of replacing the furnace or boiler in your South Shore home, now is actually a great time to do it.

Why’s that? For one, you will full-ensure that you have a reliable heating system for the months—and years—ahead. What’s better? You’ll begin getting a return on your investment from the moment you turn it on thanks to improved efficiency ratings that today’s high-efficiency heating systems have to offer.

So, the question remains: How do you know just how efficient a furnace or boiler will be?

To start, Frank Lamparelli’s equipment experts will give you a FREE estimate and help you choose the best quality, most efficient heating system that works within your needs—and budget. We can also help you with available financing and rebates to make your new furnace or boiler more affordable.

From here, we can also help you become more familiar with the term “AFUE”, which is often used when talking about furnaces and boilers. In fact, this may be one of the most essential things to look for when buying a furnace or boiler! It refers to how well a system uses its fuel each year. It stands for Annual Fuel Utilization Efficiency.

Why Does AFUE Matter?

The best comparison we can make is that the AFUE rating is comparable to your automobile’s miles per gallon or MPG. The higher the AFUE number, the more energy-efficient the furnace or boiler is. The amount of heating oil or propane used by the heating system compared to how much heat it generates throughout a heating season is measured by the AFUE.

Here’s an example:

The furnace or boiler you’re thinking about buying has an AFUE rating of 80. What that figure means is that 80% of the fuel it uses is converted to heat. The other 20% is lost in the conversion process. That translates to 80 cents of every dollar you spend on fuel goes towards heating your home.

When it comes to purchasing a new furnace or boiler, there is some really good news. Today’s high-efficiency furnaces and boilers are available with AFUE ratings of 95 or higher. When compared to systems as recent as just two decades ago, it’s nearly a night and day difference—and allows for great savings on your monthly energy bills!

The United States Department of Energy specifies typical AFUE ratings for heating systems. The current minimum standard for a new heating system is 80.

Check on the faceplate if you want to find out the AFUE rating of your current furnace or boiler. The rating is generally shown there.

You can trust Frank Lamparelli with expert sales, installation, and service of your new oil- or propane-fired heating system. Interested in replacing your existing home system? Contact us today for your FREE estimate and we can help you get started.

Learn How to Save on Heating Costs Without Sacrificing Comfort!

ready for winter massachusettsOnce Halloween has come and gone, the holiday season is undoubtedly in full swing—which means some of us will have more planning, shopping, and organizing to do than at any other point in the calendar year.

That is why now is the optimal time to make sure your home and your heating system are ready for the cold weather to come. After all, the last thing you want is a no-heat emergency during your holiday gatherings. We’ve put together a checklist of things to do:

Give Your Heating System a Well Deserved Tune-Up

Frank Lamparelli’s skilled, professional service technicians can perform a furnace or boiler tune-up to make sure your heating system is functioning properly—and operating at peak efficiency.

Before smaller issues turn into full-fledged breakdowns, your technician has the opportunity to thoroughly inspect your boiler or furnace and make any required repairs before the South Shore gets any colder.

Take Care of Your Ductwork

Every three to five years, your HVAC system’s ductwork should be serviced and cleaned. It must be done more frequently if someone in your home suffers from allergies or a respiratory disease like asthma or COPD.

Also, a service of your ductwork allows your ductwork technicians to discover and repair leaks that cause inefficient performance and ultimately lead to higher energy costs.

Don’t Block the Heat

Vacuuming and dusting the vents helps your heating system work more efficiently and not blow dust and other allergens about the space. Also, make sure vents aren’t obstructed by anything like furniture or drapes so that the air can freely circulate.

Replace Your System Filters

A clean filter helps your system run at its best efficiency. Your air filter should be changed at the very least once every three months. Check it monthly and change as needed. If you have pets or someone in your home has a respiratory condition, it will need to be changed every month—especially as we begin to remain inside where it’s nice and warm more often.

Adjust Your Thermostat

Check your thermostat for proper function and make sure it is set to the most energy-efficient settings. This is the recommendation from the U.S. Department of Energy:

Now is the time to upgrade to a programmable or smart thermostat if you haven’t already. These utilize wireless technology to allow you to check and program your thermostat from wherever there is a wireless or cellular signal. Both can help you save money on your energy bills. Some smart thermostats can even notify you if your HVAC system requires immediate service!

With dependable fuel delivery and equipment service, Frank Lamparelli is your go-to for keeping your home warm and comfortable this winter. Become a customer today and experience the difference we can make in your South Shore, Massachusetts home!

Learning About the Fuels That Power Your South Shore Residence

electric forced air heat massachusettsBuying a home is not a small investment. In fact, it’s arguably one of the biggest investments and choices you’ll ever make. That’s why it of absolute importance for homebuyers both new and old to carefully consider all aspects of the property before deciding. The type of heating system in the home is often overlooked—but it can have a huge impact on the home and daily lives of your family.

More often in recent times, we’ve been seeing the push to “electrify everything” from both state and local levels, which speaks directly towards moving away from both traditional heating oil and even propane-powered homes. However, the disadvantages of an electric home heating system can be far worse than that of any other alternative fuel source.

Let’s get familiar with some of the ins and outs of these systems and their differences, so you can be more educated in your home search.

Electric Home Heating Can Be More Expensive Than Liquid Fuels

The last couple of decades have provided homeowners with cost-effective propane and oil, making electric-heated houses look very expensive to keep toasty—especially during harsh, cold winter seasons like we’ve deal with more than once the past few years.

As forced hot water and air systems are typically “zoned” one floor at a time, electric heat is typically installed by room. With many homeowners using programmable thermostats, this is less of an issue than previously, but many other homes with electric heat still have the original thermostat setup, meaning you need to adjust the heat each time you enter or leave a room—which can add up to unsightly high bills in the colder seasons as folks crank the thermostat higher and higher. It also comes without saying that most homeowners would prefer not to think about their thermostat settings 10 times a day, so it certainly is a lingering issue of convenience. Many also complain that electric heat is very “dry,” leaving the air both stale and uncomfortable.

Heating with an electric heat pump(s) can prove to be generally unreliable when temperatures drop below freezing also, as heat pumps begin to lose their effectiveness. Ineffective heating sources inevitably lead to colder inside temperatures. At best, homeowners can be left less comfortable than they were before. At worst, no heat or not enough heat could lead to dangerous situations.

Propane’s Distinctive Edge

National fuel prices from the U.S. Department of Energy show that the cost of electricity is actually more than propane. Compared to electric heat, propane also has distinct advantages in these ways as well:

Heating Oil Advantages

Buying a home that uses heating oil can also be a sensible move. Heating oil companies like us also offer flexible payment plans that make purchasing your fuel more manageable and controllable than electric costs as well. Contrary to the traditional beliefs of some, heating oil is also incredibly safe, coming in a liquid form that, even when exposed to a high degree of heat, will not ignite.

For an even cleaner burn, there are low-sulfur options available, as well as Bioheat fuel, which Frank Lamparelli oil delivers year-round. In fact, when compared with No. 2 heating oil, Bioheat® has 80 percent less sulfur dioxide, up to 30 percent less nitrogen dioxide, and 20 percent less carbon dioxide. It simply cannot be beat!

For more information about our propane and bioheat services—as well as our ongoing incentives for new homeowners within our service area—please contact us today!

Don’t Let Another Winter Go By Without Getting Hot Water On-Demand!

water heater installation massachusettsWith colder weather soon coming, your home’s furnace or boiler will be back to its hard work of keeping your home warm and comfortable here on the South Shore. But there is yet another piece of your equipment that will also have an even bigger workload—It’s your home’s water heater.

If your home’s water heater is at or around 10 years old, it’s time to start thinking about upgrading to a new, high-efficiency water heater. Why put your faith in an outdated unit to make it through another harsh season? We’ll help make it easy for you—Frank Lamparelli sells, installs, and services water heaters from top manufacturers including Bosch, Ruud, Williamson, and Buderus!

If you’re on the fence about the current health of your water heater, here are three factors to consider and monitor as it begins to work harder this time of year.

Colder Water at a Greater Frequency

In the winter, fresh water that enters your home, whether it’s from a well or the public water supply, is inherently colder. The phrase “lower inlet temperature” refers to this. To reach its intended temperature, your water heater will have to work harder and consume more energy. If you notice that time lead time taking even longer than normal, there may be some bigger issues shortly at-hand.

Standing Heat Loss

A typical, traditional water heater in many South Shore homes is one that stores heated water in a tank until it is required by your faucet or supplemental appliance. Those same water heaters are commonly located in unheated basements, which can get quite chilly as the temperature falls. If your water sits in the tank for a long time, as it does when you’re away at work during the day, it loses more heat than in summer. This is what’s known as standing heat loss. It’s another reason why your water heater must work so much harder to keep your water hot in the winter months. Is your water heater up to that task?

Increased Hot Water Usage

Showers in colder months are both longer and hotter. Holiday entertaining, children home from school or college, and more laundry to be done also contribute to an increase in hot water usage. That increases the amount of demand on your water heater.

Increased work by your water heater this time of year is likely to result in higher energy costs because water consumes around 20% of your typical energy expenses. But regular maintenance can help you minimize that increase. An annual tune-up helps your water heater operate at maximum efficiency, which means it will consume less energy to heat water. While we look to tune-up your unit, we can help assess its current state, and recommend repairs or upgrades that may be needed far sooner than later.

Now is the time to invest a new, high-efficiency water heater for your home. Contact us today—we’ll be happy to provide you a FREE estimate on a model that’ll fit both your needs, and your budget. Get in touch with us before winter sets in!

Save money—without sacrificing comfort.

propane home products massachusettsWhen you have propane powering your home—or supplemental appliances within it—you have a wonderfully versatile fuel that can provide warm, cozy comfort, dry your clothes, cook your dinner, heat your water, and so more.

But that’s only the beginning of what propane can do. It can offer outstanding energy efficiency that not only lowers your bill but helps in shrinking your carbon footprint. What’s better? You get all of this without giving up a thing.

Here are just some of the ways propane can improve your home’s energy efficiency:

Water Heating

Did you know that heating water is the second-largest use of energy in your home behind home heating systems? When you consider that a propane-powered water heater can supply more hot water at both greater efficiency and faster, than an electric water heater, relying on propane for all your hot water requirements makes so much sense. We offer a variety of both tanked—and tankless—options from top name brands like Bosch and Buderus that can help fit your needs, and your budget! Get in touch today to get a quote on installation!

Home Heating

A propane gas furnace heats air to roughly 130-140 degrees Fahrenheit and runs it in short bursts to save money while maximizing comfort. It’s not at all the same as an electric heat pump, which creates air that can be chilly to the touch. A heat pump must rely on its onboard electric heat backup on cold nights. If that backup system activates, your energy cost may go through the roof! For the cold winter days and nights on the South Shore, propane wins easily.

Propane Fireplaces

You’ll be getting a variety of advantages by converting your old wood fireplace to a contemporary gas log set or upgrading to a fuel-efficient, clean-burning propane fireplace insert. It costs anywhere from 30 to 60 percent less to run a gas fireplace each hour than a wood-burning fireplace, which loses much of its heat through the chimney anyway.

Space Heaters

Another method to improve the efficiency levels of your home is to install a high-efficiency direct-vent propane space heater. You won’t have to rely as much on your primary furnace if you use zone heating to the most utilized rooms in your home. Propane space heaters can also be used to make unheated spaces like sunporches and garages safe and comfortable to use in colder weather!

Enjoy all the benefits clean-burning, efficient propane offers—from whole-home heating to tailored, individual room solutions! Become a Frank Lamparelli customer today and experience the difference we can make in your home.

Get familiar with just how much propane you might be using!

estimating propane use massachusettsYou and your South Shore neighbor may have similar-sized homes. However, they may use far more propane than you, or vice-versa. That’s because propane usage simply isn’t one-size-fits-all.

A lot of factors go into determining your propane usage. If you want to know how much propane you use on an average day to predict and manage your propane costs, realize that your propane usage can vary greatly depending on how you use propane in your home, the time of year, and multiple other variables.

Frank Lamparelli offers a few ways to help manage your propane usage and costs. You always get competitive and transparent propane pricing. Our monthly payment plan spreads your propane costs into equal monthly payments. You can cut your propane costs with our high-efficiency propane heating and water heating installation and service, too!

Calculating Your Propane Usage

Because you are unlikely to use all your propane appliances at full 100% capacity 24-hours a day, every day, the calculation below is for using them at 25% to 50% capacity for two to six hours per day.

The figures in this calculation show how much your propane usage varies from day to day, from 1.2 to 7.2 gallons each day. Remember that having guests or visiting relatives for a few days will cause increased usage, owing to greater use of hot water for laundry and bathing, as well as increased usage of your gas range for cooking. 

Don’t want to run through the arithmetic? Skip to the bottom of the post to see some average totals!

Otherwise, here’s an example:

220,000 BTU/hours (the total for all the appliances—water heater, home heating system, dishwasher, washing machine, gas cooktop) ÷ 91,547 BTU/gallon of propane = 2.4 gallons per hour

2.4 gallons x .25 (25 percent capacity) = .6 gallons per hour

.6 gallons x 2 hours = 1.2 gallons

This number can then be used to calculate greater use of propane appliances:

25 percent capacity for 6 hours = 3.6 gallons per day

50 percent capacity for 2 hours = 2.4 gallons per day

50 percent capacity for 6 hours 7.2 gallons per day

In summer, a propane pool heater (at 425,000 BTU/hour) that operates for one hour a day at 75% capacity would add about 3.5 gallons to your daily usage:

425,000 BTU/hour ÷ 91,547 = 4.64 gallons/hour

4.65 x .75 = 3.48 gallons

Because propane pool heaters consume a lot of propane, we recommend utilizing a pool cover when the pool isn’t in use to help keep as much of the heat in the pool as possible.

Because you can’t predict if—or when—you’ll be using it, a propane generator can additionally impact your propane usage calculations.

Propane Usage Based on Household Square Footage

1,000 square feet will use an average of 440 gallons on an annual basis.

1,500 square feet will use an average of 670 gallons each year.

2,000 square feet will consume up to 900 gallons on an annual basis.

With 3,000 square feet or more, you can expect to use 1300+ gallons or more per year.

Propane Usage Based on Appliance Type

A furnace will typically use up to 1,000 gallons a year.

Your hot water heater will use an average of 300-350 gallons per year.

You can expect a gas fireplace to go through about 200 gallons annually— depending on use and weather patterns.

Propane stoves use about 60-75 gallons on average annually.

A clothes dryer will average around 30-50 gallons annually.

Again—It’s important to remember that the statistics above will vary to some degree, depending on how much—or how often—you use your appliances and how many people are in your current household.

No matter how much fuel you use, you can enjoy the benefits of efficient propane in your home with Frank Lamparelli! Contact us today to get started on adding a new propane-powered appliance, or to have us take care of your installation, service, and repair needs—fast!

Don’t get left in the cold!

heating service massachusettsWith the fall season right around the corner, we’re getting back to sweater weather here on the South Shore. That means crisp air, beautiful fall foliage, and apple cider.

It also means we’ll be turning on our furnaces and boilers in the next few weeks—if we haven’t had to use them once or twice already! If in the past year you’ve noticed your home’s heating system is having some issues keeping your home warm and comfy, the trained, experienced service technicians at Frank Lamparelli are here to help.

But before you give us a call, there may be things you can do to get your furnace or boiler up and running properly without us. Avoiding repair—or unnecessary system maintenance—can save you some more money for those pumpkin spice lattes!

We want to make note that if these suggested troubleshoots don’t work, or if you have a no-heat emergency, we’re here for you. Please do not use online contact forms or email, call us right away at 781-828-2477!

Check Your Thermostat

If the answer to all of those is “yes,” move on to the next step.

Check Your Heating System Switch

The switch should be set to “ON”, not “Auto.” Turn it on and if nothing happens, call us.

Check Your Fuel Supply

Life can get busy and keeping track of your propane or heating oil supply can be forgotten. If your heating oil or propane tank is less than 15% full, call us RIGHT AWAY to schedule an emergency delivery. If you’re not already enrolled, this is a great time to enroll in our Automatic Delivery, where we track your fuel usage and make a delivery before you run low.

Check the Circuit Breaker

Tripped circuit breakers are common causes of a heating system not working. If the one for your heating system has been tripped—especially during the summer season, there’s a chance it may have gone unnoticed. Turn the switch back on. If it wasn’t tripped, do the next troubleshoot.

Check the Air Filter

The air filter in your furnace—if it hasn’t been changed in more than three months, or if you can’t remember the last time you changed it at all—it may be blocked, causing the system to shut down. If necessary, replace it. If not, move on to the last step.

Make sure to set a reminder on your phone or calendar to check your air filter at least once a month (more so if you have pets or someone in your house has a respiratory problem like asthma or COPD).

Check the Boiler

Inspect the water level in the gauge glass if you have a steam boiler. It should be at least half-full. If it isn’t, contact us. Continue to the last step if you have a hot water boiler.

Push and Hold the Reset Button For 30 Seconds

This is only to be done ONCE. Doing it multiple times can harm your heating system and result in additional and more expensive repairs. If this doesn’t work, please contact us.

Experiencing problems with your home’s heating system? Contact us today for quality, expert service you can count on! Our technicians stay up to date on the latest equipment, including boilers, furnaces, and water heaters to ensure that your repairs are done not just quickly, but correctly.

P.S. Be sure to ask us about our Premium Heat Protection Plan, available for bioheat and gas-powered heating systems in Canton, Stoughton, Sharon, and Easton and throughout the South Shore!

Learn What We Can Do for Your Local South Shore, Massachusetts Business!

commercial fuel company massachusetts

The South Shore region has a diverse array of businesses, many of which require a particular sort of commercial fuel service.
Frank Lamparelli is the go-to for a number of these businesses, as we have an outstanding reputation and decades of experience providing responsive, customized services to businesses across the area!

Amongst other fuels, we provide reliable, safe delivery of propane and Bioheat®—but that’s only the beginning of our commercial fuel services.

Diesel and Gasoline Products, Too!

Businesses such as waste hauling, construction, courier and delivery services, tradespeople, and more, rely on commercial fuel services to keep operations flowing smoothly.

That’s why we provide comprehensive diesel and gasoline services. We only deliver quality gasoline and diesel fuels, and our prices are competitive and transparent. We offer our customized services including on-site fuel storage at your business or job site, with skids tanks available for lease or purchase.

We also make one of the most time-consuming part of managing fleet fueling— tracking fuel usage—easier with our wireless tank monitors! You’ll benefit from knowing precisely how much fuel is being used at any given time, making management of your fuel costs easier while reducing both overhead cost and labor.

Diesel Exhaust Fluid

Diesel exhaust fluid—commonly known as DEF—is a liquid used to reduce nitrous oxide emissions from diesel engines that use selective catalytic reduction (SCR) technology to remove virtually all the nitrous oxide (NOx) emissions from a diesel engine. Nitrous oxide is one of the greenhouse gasses that contributes to climate change, and there have been some studies linking exposure to diesel exhaust with respiratory and cardiac health problems.

The emission standards that have created the need for diesel trucks and equipment to use DEF can help prevent thousands of premature deaths and hospitalizations, as well as more than 1 million workdays lost due to illness. These benefits can save American businesses more than $70 billion by 2030!

DEF also gives vehicle engines more power while reducing maintenance and repair costs. Thanks to DEF, your vehicles’ life expectancy is longer, and your fuel expenses are cut by about 5%.

Frank Lamparelli provides delivery of DEF in 55-gallon drums or 300-gallon tanks and can also provide on-site filling directly into DEF vehicles, so you’ll always have enough DEF on-hand.

Propane Autogas Services

With the urgent news about climate change, making a change in how we fuel our vehicles can create a positive impact.

Propane autogas is great for reducing your business’s carbon footprint because autogas vehicles produce dramatically fewer greenhouse gas emissions. They create 20% less carbon monoxide, 20% less nitrogen oxides, and 10% less carbon dioxide vs. traditional gasoline.

We’ll help convert your fleet to Autogas, as well as set up an autogas filling station right at your business. What’s even better? It’s extremely user-friendly, operating almost exactly like a gasoline or diesel filling station.

Using autogas helps you save money in a few other ways, too. Propane is typically less expensive per gallon than gasoline or diesel. With an on-site autogas filling station, your employees aren’t losing time looking for a gas station. You don’t have to deal with receipts and reimbursements, making fuel management more efficient. And fuel theft is virtually eliminated.

You may also qualify for incentives and tax breaks by converting to autogas!

Get reliable commercial fuel services from Frank Lamparelli. Contact us to get started!