By: Shaza Walid
Gas in its general form is defined as air-like fluid substance that is neither solid nor in liquid shape. Gas is mostly used as a type of fuel for heating and cooking as natural gases and artificial gases. Types of gas differ and are abundant; air, helium, nitrogen, Freon, carbon dioxide, water vapor, hydrogen, natural gas, propane, oxygen, ozone and hydrogen sulfide. Before the invention and ultimate development of the economical usage of natural gas, artificial gas was the most prominent type used in households. However, when thinking about a suitable source of power to your heater and oven at home, natural gas comes off as a very convenient option for a variety of reasons; it is environmentally friendly because it does not emit as much byproducts as the other fuels, and it is safe and easy to use. Not to mention, it is significantly less expensive than other fuels. What more reasons do you need to switch to natural gas at your home?