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Propane: The Perfect Restaurant Fuel

restaurant propane new yorkIf you own (or plan to open) a restaurant in the Rochester or Buffalo, NY area, you know how important it is to keep costs down and customers coming back.

The good news is that propane gas can help you do both.

Not only will using propane help you keep your utility bills low, it will also help you create a memorable dining experience for your customers, especially during the fall and winter months.

What Propane Can Do For Your Restaurant

Why choose propane for your restaurant? Consider these propane gas benefits:

  • It creates inviting warmth – From patio heaters and flickering torches to fire pits, propane fireplaces, and other features, propane can help you create an ambiance your customers won’t forget – all while also extending your outdoor seating season.
  • It helps your equipment perform better – Most propane appliances work better and operate more efficiently than their electric equivalents – especially your furnace, boiler, and water heating equipment.
  • Your cook staff will love you – Most cooking pros know that gas is the only way to go when it comes to working creatively and effectively in the kitchen.
  • You’ll enjoy propane’s exemplary safety record – Propane is one of the safest sources of energy around, due in large part to the industry’s rigorous requirements for propane tank safety, equipment inspection, maintenance, and installation.
  • You’ll have a backup plan – Downtime from power outages can kill your restaurant’s reputation and profitability; with a propane standby generator, you’ll have protection against power disruption when the grid fails, so you’ll stay open for business when other restaurants don’t.

Propane is the perfect way to power your restaurant – and Irish Propane is the perfect pace to get it! To learn more about the benefits of clean, green propane – or about our reliable commercial propane deliveries in Buffalo and Rochester, NY, contact the experts at Irish Propane today.

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