Luxury Demanded, Sustainability Delivered: Master Planned Community to Implement Central Gas System from HBH Gas Systems

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HBH Gas Systems has announced plans to develop a Central Gas System for implementation at the Hill Country Harbor development on Possum Kingdom Lake, just west of Fort Worth, Texas. The developers of this upscale community knew their owners would expect the comfort and convenience of gas fuel in their homes, but the development's rustic lakeside setting is too far from the natural gas grid for main line extensions to be economically viable. The Central Gas System will provide underground metered gas utilities to the Harbor's luxury condominium residences, numerous homes, and a variety of amenities.

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Our community emphasizes a luxury lifestyle, and our discerning owners really expect the amenities associated with that lifestyle. Without the Central Gas System from HBH, we would have had to build our community all-electric, without the enhanced luxury of underground metered gas. Now we can guarantee that our high quality standards will carry through all aspects of the community.

HBH Gas Systems has announced plans to develop a Central Gas System for implementation at the Hill Country Harbor development on Possum Kingdom Lake, just west of Fort Worth, Texas. The developers of this upscale community knew their owners would expect the comfort and convenience of gas fuel in their homes, but the development's rustic lakeside setting is too far from the natural gas grid for main line extensions to be economically viable. The Central Gas System will provide underground metered gas utilities to the Harbor's luxury condominium residences, numerous homes, and a variety of amenities.

Central Gas Systems, also called Community Gas Systems or Central Propane Distribution Systems, provide individually metered gas to entire communities and developments where natural gas is not available. Faced with enormous main line extension costs, more and more developers building communities in these locations are turning to HBH Gas Systems to bring their homeowners the many benefits of dual fuels. The gas is delivered, serviced, consumed, and billed in a manner identical to natural gas systems. It is seamlessly delivered to each home through underground piping from a centralized propane tank.

"We're thrilled to have HBH Gas Systems implement a Central Gas System at the Harbor" said developer John Stelzer. "Our community emphasizes a luxury lifestyle, and our discerning owners really expect the amenities associated with that lifestyle. Without the Central Gas System from HBH, we would have had to build our community all-electric, without the enhanced luxury of underground metered gas. Now we can guarantee that our high quality standards will carry through all aspects of the community."

Not only do the developer and builder enjoy the tremendous marketing advantages afforded by their ability to offer gas appliances, the homeowners enjoy considerable cost savings: residents of the Harbor could save up to 50% on their utility bills by using gas from this system in lieu of electricity. Central Gas Systems bring substantial environmental benefits as well: a single home using gas instead of electricity for space and water heating effectively offsets the carbon emissions of an average vehicle. In addition to the economic and environmental advantages, the Central Gas System at the Harbor will allow for the implementation of gas appliances that bring an added level of comfort and convenience.

HBH Gas Systems has developed, designed, and installed central gas systems in residential communities and commercial developments throughout the US and abroad. HBH is committed to facilitating sustainable development worldwide by bringing gas to regions where it was previously unavailable. HBH Gas Systems is the largest independent provider of Central Gas Systems in the world. For more information about HBH Gas Systems, visit http://www.hbhsystems.com or contact Harris Baker at (512) 306-0073 or info @ hbhsystems.com.

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