Top Spring Propane Uses

May 31, 2019

Temperatures are rising and so will your propane usage this spring! From grilling to yard work, your propane tanks should be filled all season long. Check out these top spring propane uses that will help you enjoy this time of year to the fullest.

Before you begin your propane related activities, make sure you head down to one of our refill stations to grab your new tanks, get your old tanks refilled, or have them inspected.

Outdoor Cooking

With spring comes warmer weather, which makes it the perfect time to start firing up the grill and smoker. Gathering your friends and family for backyard BBQs, cookouts, and tailgates is one of the best ways to use propane this season. If you’re thinking about making the switch to a propane-fueled grill or smoker, check out these options:

Make sure you check out these 10 Spring Propane Safety Tips so you can enjoy all of your cooking activities safely this season!

Yard Work

During the spring, flowers start to bloom and the grass starts to grow, which means it’s time to get your yard/garden in order. Many people are making the transition to propane-powered gardening tools, especially those with a big backyard. Some of these gardening tools include:

  • Lawn Mowers
  • Trimmers
  • Leaf Blowers

With these tools, you’ll be able to make your yard work easier on the environment and save money due to low operating costs.

Outdoor Living

Just because the summer weather isn’t here just yet doesn’t mean you can’t go out and enjoy the pool! Extend your pool season by getting a propane powered pool heater. According to a survey conducted by the American Society of Landscape Architects, propane powered pools and spas rank high on the list of the most in-demand outdoor living features. Propane is a great fuel source for heating your outdoor pools and hot tubs this spring because of how effective and efficient it is. Your friends and family will love being able to take a dip in the pool without worrying about the temperature of the water.   


Don’t let the cool nights stop you from enjoying the outdoors. Whether you’re going on a camping trip or hanging out in your backyard, you can stay warm by using a propane-fueled portable heater or space heater. These heaters will save you the trip of getting firewood– which will help prevent a mess in your vehicle. These heating units are the perfect addition to help you get the most use out of your backyard/camping trip this season.

Now that you are aware of these top spring propane uses, you can implement them into your spring activities this season!

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