Weather you need propane to power your construction equipment, or you are installing propane appliances for your residential customers, Genesee Energy has you covered.
Running out of power on a job site is not an option. We know your business depends on efficiency and minimal down time. We are a local family owned business on-call for our customers 24/7. Genesee Energy provides:
More construction professionals are opting to build residential homes with propane powered appliances. From fuel efficient furnaces, to standby generators, propane delivers lower carbon emissions, efficiency, and versatility.
Weather you’re using propane to power your construction site, or installing propane appliances for your residential customers, lower energy bills, lower carbon emissions, versatility, and efficiency are all great reasons to build with propane.
Watch this case study on why Barefoot Brothers recommends propane appliances at every opportunity. Propane’s efficiency, reliability, lower carbon emissions and domestic availability are unmatched by any other fuel.
Thanks to our Thurston County customer feedback, Genesee Energy is the preferred propane supplier in Thurston County. Genesee Energy is in Thurston County.Read More >
Winter is in full swing here in the Puget Sound. And given the La Niña forecast, we’re likely in for more wet, cold winter weather. To help you and your home be better prepared for the remainder of this tough winter, we wanted to share some more specifics through the National Weather Service’s long-term winter temperature forecast.
Taking these six simple, preventative steps now can save you time, money, and headaches in the long run, as well as keep your family warm this winter in the Pacific Northwest.
If your next Puget Sound home is heated with heating oil furnaces, here are five facts to know.
“After using two other major suppliers, Genesee is a refreshing change. Half the price and twice the service. I’ll never go back!” -Gerks Ski & Cycle, BrianRead More
Listen to our latest show on Home Matters. We talk about the history of oil & natural gas, the lower carbon output of bioheat, our friends at Sequential biodiesel, the minimal cost difference, and all about oil and gas leaks. It’s packed with really good info!Read More