Temperatures are on the rise and grilling in America is hotter than ever. Four out of five U.S. families now own a grill, and most people barbecue at least once a week during the summer.
Propane grills are equipped with convenient on/off switches, providing for instant heat, greater temperature control, and quicker cool-down times. And with no burning embers, propane grills don t throw sparks or require a messy clean-up.
But before the barbecue begins, the Propane Education & Research Council offers the following grilling and food safety tips to ensure a safe and enjoyable experience.
Correct Grill Use
Proper Cylinder Handling
If you have further questions about grill safety
or need propane for your grill, give Donahue Gas a call today.