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Lyons LP Gas
16740 County Rd 10-3 , Lyons, Ohio, United States

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Industry : Natural Gas
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Since May, 2019
About Company

Lyons LP Gas is dedicated to maintaining the high quality service that our long time customers have come to expect. We accomplish this by meeting fuel needs in a timely and courteous manner. We are committed to building relationships, one satisfied customer at a time. Personal service is something our customers deserve and receive. This approach has helped us keep in touch with our customers. We are dedicated to being the best propane supplier, not the biggest. Residential customers rely on our propane for home heating, hot water, cooking and other household needs. Agricultural customers use larger quantities of propane for grain drying, heating livestock building and shops. We also serve commercial customers such as factories, business and schools. We meet the propane needs of our customers with storage facilities located in Lyons, Ohio and Adrian and Addison Michigan.

History

In 1910, a Pittsburgh motor car owner walked into chemist Dr. Walter Snellings office, complaining that the gallon of gasoline he had purchased was half a gallon by the time he got home. Consumers were being cheated, he said, because the gasoline was evaporating at a rapid and expensive rate, and he asked Dr. Snelling to investigate.   Dr. Snelling took up the challenge. Using coils from an old hot-water heater and other miscellaneous pieces of laboratory equipment, he built a still that could separate the gasoline into its liquid and gaseous components and discovered that the evaporating gases were propane, butane and other hydrocarbons.People soon discovered the value of this wonderful new fuel. By 1912, the first propane gas stove was cooking food in the home. The first propane-powered vehicle ran in 1913, and, by 1915, propane was being used in torches to cut through metal. By 1920, propane was marketed for flame cutting and cooking applications. In 1927, total sales of propane in the United States exceeded 1 million gallons.

MOTOR FUEL

Propane is also being used increasingly for vehicle fuels. In the U.S., 190,000 on-road vehicles use propane, and 450,000 forklifts use it for power. It is the third most popular vehicle fuel in America, behind gasoline and diesel. In other parts of the world, propane used in vehicles is known as autogas. About 13 million vehicles worldwide use autogas.  Propane is also used as fuel for small engines, especially those used indoors or in areas with insufficient fresh air and ventillation to carry away the toxic exhaust of an engine running on gasoline or diesel. More recently, there have been lawn care products like string trimmers, lawn mowers and leaf blowers intended for outdoor use but fueled by propane to reduce air pollution.

HEATING

When used as a home energy source, propane gas fuels a variety of systems and products. It offers homeowners reliability, cleanliness, improved performance and, on average, costs half as much per BTU as electricity. Approximately 8.1 million households use propane gas to fuel their home-heating systems.

HOT WATER HEATING 

water heaters cost approximately $10 less per month to operate than comparable electric units. On average, propane water heaters are 42 percent less expensive than electric heaters – over an average life span, propane gas water heaters can save homeowners nearly $2,000 more than an electric unit. Propane gas water heaters also heat more than twice as much water in an hour as a comparable electric model.

LEARN MORE ABOUT AGRICULTURAL USE OF PROPANE

Nearly 900,000 farms in the United States use propane, and with good reason. Propane is a clean-burning, reliable, and efficient energy source. Farmers can depend on propane to cost effectively and responsibly run their operations both in and out of the field.  The Propane Education and Research Act (PERA) recognizes the important role of propane in agriculture and requires that PERC devote at least 5 percent of its total budget toward programs and projects that benefit the U.S. agricultural industry. PERC uses these resources to benefit the U.S. agriculture and propane industries by developing and improving propane-fueled technologies and programs that increase farm productivity, reduce environmental impact and enhance safety.

Company NameLyons LP Gas
Business CategoryNatural Gas
Address16740 County Rd 10-3
Lyons
Ohio
United States
ZIP: 43533
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Year EstablishedNA
EmployeesNA
MembershipsNA
Hours of OperationNA
Company Services
  • Propane Delivery And Service
  • Motor Fuel Services
  • Hot Water Heating Services
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