Homeowners in Memphis are installing propane kits to use natural gas rather than natural gas or electricity. Some components need to be installed, but once installed, there can be benefits, as mentioned in the video. So, is a propane conversion kit a good option?
Installing propane requires you to install specific parts precisely according to installation instructions. If you’re familiar with these HVAC projects, you can perform those installations.
However, some parts must match up precisely for safety and to ensure the kit works effectively.
Pay Attention to Pressure Settings
In the installation instructions, there are specific outlet pressure settings that must be explicitly followed. There are various orifice sizes and settings, so be sure to get the appropriate sizes.
After installing the fittings, remove the adjustment screw and install the new propane spring. The propane spring is stronger and handles more pressure than the existing spring. It’s also essential to pay attention to pressure settings and understand how the heater switches work when pressure fluctuates.
Installing propane conversion kits may be easy for some, but if it’s not feasible, try contacting a trusted professional. They can install the kit safely according to the outline specification for the best results and safety.