Written on: January 23, 2023
In Mt. Pleasant, Clare, Interlochen, and other towns in northern and central Michigan, construction sites turn to our commercial propane team. Propane serves many worksite functions in our region. It powers generators, forklifts, welding equipment, and other essential purposes.
Perhaps the most important use for propane on a construction site is for temporary heating, especially at this frosty time of year. That’s why Coyne Oil & Propane offers a range of temp heat services. Here’s a breakdown of what temp heat is and why it’s so crucial for your work site.
As the manager of a construction project, your primary concern is the safety of your crew. Temperatures regularly drop into the teens and lower at this time of year, and you need to know your workforce is safe and can do their jobs effectively.
Installing propane-powered temp heat prevents frostbite and hypothermia. It keeps your employees comfortable even on frigid days. And a safe, comfortable team is a productive team.
Beyond warming and protecting your employees, temp heat can be integral in ensuring your building project goes off without a hitch. Propane heat can help in:
Propane is a fantastically portable fuel. Your workers can easily move heating equipment and propane cylinders — no searching around for extension cords or electrical connections to get the heat going.
This keeps things moving and reduces downtime. If you need to get a heater running, all you have to do is connect it to a propane cylinder or gas line. And propane provides some of the most robust heat possible, seamlessly warming air to roughly 120 degrees.
Are you tired of juggling equipment and fuel companies, trying to keep your construction site heated? Coyne Oil & Propane is ready to help. Our commercial propane experts can work with you to tailor a temp heat and fueling plan to your needs and budget. We can provide:
With Coyne Oil & Propane, you can feel confident that we’re invested in your success. As a locally-focused company with deep roots in central and northern Michigan, we’ll always be there for you. When you call, a local team member will pick up the phone — not a call center thousands of miles away.