What Businesses Use Commercial Propane Systems?

Written on: June 24, 2024

Learn More About Commercial Uses for Propane

commercial propane Appleton, WI No matter what type of business you are in these days, you are always walking a tightrope, delivering a great product or service and while keeping your eye on efficiency, cost and value. That’s why you should know all the benefits of commercial propane. Commercial propane is used in manufacturing, construction, warehousing, agriculture, landscaping, hospitality, and a broad range of other industries. And whether you need bulk propane for your business, or a cylinder exchange program, Dale Gas can help you make the most of propane for your business.

Propane Is Versatile

You may know how great propane is for heat, hot water and cooking at home. But when it comes to commercial, industrial and agricultural uses, propane can do even more. It can be used for heating, for operating machinery, and running vehicles. What’s more, propane is better for the environment—and your bottom line. Compared to other heating fuels, including electricity, propane has a lot to offer:

Propane for Farming

Propane delivers consistent heat ideal for warming livestock barns, hatcheries, greenhouses, and it’s nontoxic, and can’t harm soil or groundwater. Clean-burning propane can power much of your landscaping and agricultural equipment, from commercial mowers to irrigation engines. Propane puts less wear on equipment, keeping it out of the shop and keeping your operations running smoothly.


Warehouse management, construction, and industrial facilities rely on forklifts. Let our team show you why propane fueled forklifts will keep your operation running smoothly with less downtime. Here are just a few of the advantages:

Industrial Needs

Propane’s versatility is a plus for your business or job site. In addition to forklifts, propane can be used to power a wide range of equipment, including:

Hospitality & Food Service

Professional chefs prefer gas for cooking. Hotels, hospitals, nursing facilities all benefit from propane for cooking, water heating and space heating, as well as for industrial washers and clothes dryers, just to name a few.

The Bottom Line

If you’re already a Dale customer, you know we provide the same superb and attentive service to our commercial accounts as to our residential clients. We value our commercial partnerships and we’re proud to support businesses large and small all over northeastern Wisconsin.

Contact us today to learn more.