PORTABLE PROPANE CYLINDER REFILL LOCATIONS
You can fill your propane cylinders at our eastern North Carolina locations!
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Propane cylinders do a lot more than run your backyard BBQ grill. They come in a variety of sizes to fit a variety of equipment.
Whether you use propane cylinders at home or on the job, you can get fast and safe refills at all Parker Gas locations!
You can bring your empty propane cylinder to any of our six Parker Gas locations around eastern North Carolina during regular business hours and get it refilled, no waiting.
Remember, if you don’t have enough propane in your cylinder to run your BBQ grill, the only thing you’ll be making for dinner is a call for takeout. Our fast and easy propane cylinder refill service gives you the certainty that your grill will have the propane it needs, whether you’re making a weeknight supper or hosting a weekend cookout.
Here are some of the things propane cylinders are used for:
- Turkey fryers
- Mosquito traps
- Portable generators
- Space heaters
- Outdoor fireplaces
- Appliances in campers and RVs
- Patio and deck heaters
- Temporary heating for construction sites
- Commercial grills
- Torch heaters
Many businesses rely on propane as an efficient way to fuel forklifts. Propane forklifts offer better power, and are safer and easier to use than forklifts run on other fuels. That’s why we offer a reliable forklift cylinder exchange, so you can keep the job going.
Safe propane cylinder refill
As our customers and neighbors, your safety is paramount to us. That’s why we follow strict safety standards for propane cylinder refills.
We can’t refill cylinders that are damaged or that show signs of corrosion or excessive rust. We will not refill a propane cylinder that is not certified or that does not pass a checklist provided by the Department of Transportation.
Also, there are safety rules for transporting propane cylinders:
- Cylinders with a capacity of more than 40 pounds cannot be transported in the cab space with the driver, whether it’s in a car, a van or a truck. Instead, they must be carried upright and secure in a trailer or in the cargo area of a pickup truck.
- Cylinders that have a capacity of 40 pounds or less can be transported in the cab, but only if the total capacity of the cylinders being driven is 90 pounds or less. That means you can carry up to four 20-pound cylinders this way.
- Once filled, cylinders must be carried in an upright position and cannot be transported on their sides.
Contact Parker Gas to find out more about our propane cylinder refill services!