A & J Time Rentals offers propane and kerosene sales and service.
Also we provide service to homes and businesses in Denver and surrounding areas.
Propane is a clean–burning, versatile fuel. It is used by nearly everyone in the United States—in homes, on farms, by business, and in industry— mostly for producing heat and operating equipment.
Q: Who uses propane?
YOU DO! More than 6 million households use propane to meet some of their energy needs. Nearly a million households use propane as their main heating source. About one-fourth of mobile homes use propane for heating. A third of America’s farms—660,000—use propane to help meet their energy needs.
More than one million business and commercial establishments— such as hotels, schools, hospitals, restaurants, and laundromats—use propane for heating and cooling, cooking and refrigerating food, heating water, and lighting.
More than 350,000 industrial sites use propane as fuel.
Q: Why would I choose propane over electric for my appliances and for heating my home?
Affordability and Reliability. According to the U.S. Department of Energy, it costs about half as much to operate your range, water heater, dryer or furnace with gas as it would with electricity. Propane gas furnaces and heaters provide more consistent warm air throughout your home or place of business at a lower cost than electric heat pumps and have a longer average life span of 20 years compared with electric heat pumps’ 12-year average life span.
Q: Is propane safe to the environment?
Yes. Propane is an approved, alternative clean fuel listed in the 1990 Clean Air Act and the National Energy Policy Act of 1992. Propane is one of the cleanest burning of all alternative fuels. New propane-fueled vehicles can meet the very tough Ultra-Low Emission Vehicle (ULEV) standards, and one model even meets the Super Ultra-Low Emission Vehicle (SULEV) standards. Propane is also non-toxic, so it is not harmful to soil or water.