HVAC company Jackson Heating & Air, based in LaGrange, Ga., recently switched 20 service vans and trucks to propane autogas through the Alliance AutoGas complete program for fleets. Celebrating 40 years of serving the LaGrange community, Jackson Heating & Air (JHA) will reduce fuel costs and greenhouse gas emissions by operating their small business fleet on autogas, benefitting both their customers and the environment.
JHA co-owner Ben Jackson says they discussed the “autogas option” for about five years and, after extensive research, recently decided to convert Chevrolet Express vans, Silverado trucks and GMC Sierra trucks in their fleet to autogas. Blossman Gas provides year-round fuel supply, while certified Alliance conversion center Force 911 performed the vehicle conversions at local automotive repair service center Stanford Automotive.
“Making the switch to autogas was a smart decision for our fleet,” says Dale Jackson, co-owner. “Not only is autogas better for the environment than gasoline, it will ultimately save the company thousands of dollars on reduced fuel and maintenance costs, a savings which in turn will be passed on to our customers.”
As part of their 40-year anniversary celebration, JHA featured their clean fleet at an event in LaGrange last Friday. Check out the video below for first-hand testimonials from owners Dale and Ben Jackson about how they’ve benefited from operating fleet vehicles on autogas.