Make Grilling a “Gas”
Yes, we know that propane technically isn’t power equipment, but what good is a gas grill without it? Hoffman’s can fill tanks, ranging from 5 to 100 pounds.
According to the National Propane Gas Association (NPGA), “75 percent of all U.S. families own a barbecue grill, and 60 percent of these grill owners use a gas grill.” Grills and propane gas just naturally go together.
So what could be worse than inviting all your friends over for a cookout and discovering the tank is empty? Don’t worry. You know that Hoffman’s Power Equipment will always have your back. Pop in for a refill, and you’ll be back to grilling in no time. You’ll be the hero of the party!
Propane travels safely, so it’s natural for all your outdoor activities. Before you head out for a weekend of camping, make sure your tanks are filled. If you’re big on RV-ing, don’t start your trip until you’ve checked and filled your tanks. If you need a refill, Hoffman’s is your place to go. You don’t want to search for a dealer after hours on the road if you don’t have to.
Although propane has a reputation for being safe to use, the NPGA offers these safety tips:
- Handle equipment cautiously and always follow the manufacturer’s instructions.
- Never store or use propane gas cylinders larger than one pound inside the home.
- Never operate a gas grill inside the home.
- Have equipment inspected periodically by a professional for possible leaks or malfunctioning parts?
- Carefully follow the manufacturer’s instructions when lighting a pilot.
- If you smell a strong odor of gas, leave the area immediately and call the fire department from outside the home.
- For more information, visit the Propane Education and Research Council website.
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