The flickering flame of a propane gas light can add a beautiful ambiance to a space, creating a mood that can’t be replicated by electric lamp. But like any propane-powered appliance, gas lamps need proper care to operate safely.
Barbecue season is in full swing here in Louisiana and Arkansas time to get out and cooking on your propane barbecue grill!
Propane grills are a great option for your outdoor living and cooking space, offering precision temperature control, fast set-up and easy clean-up for short or marathon grilling sessions.
If you do a lot of entertainment in your outdoor space here in Louisiana, it can be a real hassle to lug all that food back and forth from your indoor kitchen – not to mention all the heat and lingering odors that cooking inside your house can create in the hot summer months.
If you spend too much on your utility bills, you’re not alone. The good news is that there are a lot of great ways to save energy at home this summer – including the ones we list below.
We all know how great food tastes when it’s prepared on a propane grill. But can that great-tasting food also be healthy?
July 4th is coming, and if you’re planning to feed guests from your propane outdoor kitchen or portable propane barbecue grill, now is the time to make sure you have enough propane to get you through the holiday – and even save some money along the way.
Winter may be the last thing on your mind right now, with summer’s heat just about to hit us head-on here in Louisiana and Arkansas.
January 2018 was the coldest month in 20 years here in Louisiana ¬– and experts say this summer might be one of the hottest on record. So how do you order propane in this crazy, seesaw weather?
If we asked you to imagine a water heater in your mind’s eye, it would probably look a lot like a giant, ugly tin can.