Austin, TX (PRWEB) March 13, 2008
Madrone Canyon Estates will include 33 one-acre lots along the ridges of a serene canyon in the heart of Lakeway. The developers of this luxury community knew their discerning homeowners would demand metered gas fuel in their homes, but the development is located far from the natural gas grid. HBH Gas Systems will implement a Central Gas System that provides each home in the community with individually metered gas from a single, centralized propane tank. HBH Gas Systems is the world's leader in Central Gas Systems innovation, design, and implementation. The system at Madrone Canyon Estates further illustrates the scalability and diversity of applications that are hallmarks of an HBH Gas System.
Central Gas Systems from HBH Gas Systems give developers the ability to steer their off-grid developments away from the inefficient, carbon-heavy electric grid toward more sustainable development fueled by gas. Extending natural gas lines to Madrone Canyon was not a viable option for both financial and logistical reasons. Faced with the prospect of building their community all-electric, the developers chose to implement a Central Gas System from HBH Gas Systems.
Central Gas Systems are economical, versatile and environmentally friendly. One home fueling its space and water heating requirements with gas from a Central Gas System in lieu of electricity effectively offsets the annual carbon emissions from one average vehicle. Central Gas Systems from HBH Gas Systems are the most effective and efficient way to deliver this EPA-approved alternative green energy. In addition to the significant reduction of a community's pull on the electric grid, these systems are highly economical, saving homeowners about 50% on their heating bills when compared to electric heating. Central Gas Systems from HBH can fuel anything from residential appliances to commercial, retail, and fleet vehicle applications.
The developers of Madrone Canyon Estates wanted the distinct marketing advantages of gas. The development combines a peaceful, natural setting with a close proximity to amenities, lakes, golf courses, and the City of Austin. The individual lot prices range from $290,000 to $385,000, with expected house prices ranging from $1M to $2M. Given the prevalence of all-electric homes in the area, the developers' and builders' ability to offer dual-fuels will give them a unique marketing advantage in a competitive housing market. The developers came to HBH Gas Systems for their financial strength and unsurpassed expertise in the implementation of propane systems designed to serve off-grid developments.
HBH Gas Systems specializes in the marketing, design, and implementation of fully-engineered Central Gas Distribution Systems, or Central Propane Systems, nationwide. To obtain more information about this project or HBH Gas Systems visit http://www.hbhsystems.com or contact Harris Baker at 512-306-0073 or info @ hbhsystems.com.