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ne of the favorite things about winter is relaxing and spending weekends being a “couch potato” by binge watching movies, reading a book or having a picnic on your couch. There are some wonderful advantages of never coming out of your house. These lazy days of winter are when you are thankful for having reliable, efficient and safe natural gas to heat your home. A natural gas furnace provides warm air that’s 20 degrees warmer than a heat pump. If you have natural gas logs, you can enjoy the warmth and ambiance of a fire without the cleanup and worry of running out of fuel. Even on the coldest days of winter, you can count on your natural gas furnace to keep your home cozy and your bank account flush.

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Gas Clothes Dryers: A natural gas clothes dryer operates faster and cheaper than an electric dryer, which gives you more time and money to do what you want. Gas Logs and Fireplaces: Gas logs and fireplaces provide beauty and efficient heating, plus you can heat your home when the power is out. And best of all, no wood storage or clean up required! Cooking Inside and Out: Natural gas is the first choice of professional chefs. It may be too cold for outdoor grilling now, but when the weather is right, you cannot beat a natural gas grill for outdoor entertaining. And don’t forget the gas lights, pool heaters, fit pits and patio heaters to complete your outdoor room. Standby Generators: Natural gas generators provide electricity during a power disruption to keep your home warm, your refrigerator cold and the lights on.

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