Many Massachusetts, New Hampshire, and Vermont homeowners and business owners choose propane as their primary fuel source for so many reasons. If you heat with LP gas and live within our New England service area, choose Sandri as your propane supplier, and trust that we’ll be there when you need us.
Residential Propane Appliances & Equipment
One of the most versatile fuels available to homeowners in the Northeast, propane gas can be used to power all kinds of home appliances—indoor and outdoor.
- Gas Furnaces
- Gas Boilers
- Gas-Fired Water Heaters
- Cooking Stoves
- Clothes Dryers
- Gas Fireplaces
- BBQ Grills
- Swimming Pools
- …and more!
Why Choose LP Gas for Your New England Home?
Whether you already heat with propane or you’re considering converting to the fuel, take note of its many impressive benefits.
Propane is environmentally friendly, meeting it meets all clean air standards set by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). It is non-toxic, insoluble in water, has minimal emissions, is both colorless and odorless, will not harm soil or water, and does not spill or leave any type of residue.
Heating a home in MA, NH, and VT requires a dependable energy source. Even with our grueling winters, propane gas is incredibly cost effective for New England consumers.
Did you know that almost all propane used in the US is produced domestically? This makes it an extremely reliable choice—regardless of the world climate and other factors that can interfere with energy prices. Best of all, you don’t need to bother with large utility companies for your gas supply; your next propane delivery is always just a call away from your local energy provider of choice.
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FIRST PROPANE FILL FREE WITH ANY NEW ACCOUNT
*Up to 100 gallons. Does not apply to existing accounts. Other restrictions apply; please call for details.
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