With fall here, you may be thinking that grilling season is winding down. And you may be wondering what to do with the grill tank.
One thing to do with it is refill it! Parker Gas has propane tank refill stations available during regular business hours at every one of its offices. You can still use your grill in the winter, and it’s handy to use in the event of a power outage.
Unlike gasoline, propane doesn’t go bad after a few months, so filling your grill tank now means you’ll be able to use it next spring as well and won’t be stuck wanting to grill and not having a full grill tank.
We’ve put together some important directions for storing your propane grill tank over the winter.
If you’re using your propane grill in the winter, it’s important to know how to do it properly and safely.
When choosing a location for your grill, it is best to position it as close to your house as possible. This provides convenient access and makes it easier to transport food between the grill and your kitchen. By keeping the grill nearby, you reduce the risk of accidents by slipping on an icy or wet surface.
Ensure that the grill is placed at a safe distance from your home to prevent fires or damage to the siding. Additionally, it is absolutely vital to never use your grill indoors or in covered areas such as garages or carports, as this significantly increases the risk of carbon monoxide poisoning.
While grilling, exercise caution to avoid any contact between the flame and your coat or other outerwear.
Come to your nearest Parker Gas office to have your grill tanks refilled!