Why A Gozney Dome Is The Perfect Pizza Oven

The Gozney Dome is so much more than a pizza oven. It can roast, smoke, steam & bake too! Learn what makes Gozney the best of the best from Keystone Propane.

4 Reasons To Choose Propane-Powered Temporary Heating

If you need temporary heating for your construction site, propane heaters are the best solution. We’ve broken down four reasons propane-powered temp heat is better than the rest.

Free Tank Monitoring

At Keystone Propane, we strive to make our customers’ experience as worry-free as possible. One way we do this is by our app and online customer portal. This allows our customers to view their account information, pay their bill, schedule deliveries, schedule service, and much more.

Why Propane? – Versatility

When most people think about propane, the idea of a small tank and a backyard barbecue come to mind. If you’d rather read about that, you can find information here. Go ahead, you can click it and not feel guilty. After all, I wrote that page, too.

Why Propane? – Efficiency

Next in our series is efficiency. We hear that term all the time, but how important is it? When we’re discussing burning fuel, it’s incredibly important. How much energy does the fuel contain and how efficiently is that energy being dispersed?

Why Propane? – Ease Of Use

As we discussed in an earlier article, fuel cost FUEL COST is a determining factor in choosing your fuel source. In this installment, let’s discuss another factor…Ease of Use.

Why Propane? – Fuel Cost

There are many reasons why people choose propane over other fuel sources. Since price is the determining factor in many people’s decision-making process, let’s delve into this topic a little.

What Is Propane?

Propane is a gas that is compressed and stored as a liquid. This liquid also known as liquefied petroleum gas (LPG), is what’s stored in your propane tank. It is non-toxic, colorless and virtually odorless. The rotten-egg smell people associate with propane is caused by an additive called Methyl Mercaptan (Methanethiol).

Welcome To The New Keystone Propane!

Technically, we’re the same old Keystone Propane…with a new look. We’ve updated our company logo, redesigned our website, and made some other small, cosmetic improvements. No doubt, you’ve seen our shiny-new logo on our delivery trucks and service vehicles. Now, we’d like to welcome you to our shiny-new website. Feel free to explore the pages and discover all our new content. You will surely learn something and maybe, just maybe, have a few laughs along the way.

Tailgating Safety for 2022

Football season is around the corner, and that means one thing – it’s time to tailgate! But have you prepared for it? Keep in mind some stadiums or venues have banned charcoal grills, which means portable propane grills are becoming the top choice for grilling. If you’re getting ready to make the switch, here are a few tips to keep in mind to make sure you have a fun and safe time. 

Tailgate Grilling Safety Tips

Prepare Beforehand

Be sure to check if your propane tank is full before you head out to cheer on your team. Make sure it’s safely secured too for transporting to and from the game.

Transporting Your Propane Grill

Let’s dive into transporting your grill for a moment. You should take extra measures when doing this by first disconnecting the tank and then placing it in an upright position to keep itfrom leaking. Try to avoid putting it in the trunk if you aren’t transporting it in a truck. Instead, you can put it on the back seat floor and  open a window in case there is a leak.

Propane Grill Set-Up

Some grills, like the Big Green Egg are very easy to set up. Even with these, you’ll want to make sure you set your grill station up away  from cars and other potentially flammable areas.

Another step to be mindful of is to open your grill before lighting it. During a leak, propane builds up under the hood of a grill and could become combustible if it’s not released. Make sure you don’t allow smoke near the grill to avoid unintended combustion.

Remember to Clean-Up 

Prior to going into the stadium, make sure the space you occupied is left clean. Throw away all garbage including plates, napkins, cups, and other trash that could potentially catch fire. Also allow time for your grill to cool off before leaving the tailgate. You can speed up the cool down time by leaving the grill’s hood in the upright position.

Emergency Tailgating Safety Tips 

In the event of an emergency during game day, dial 911 or connect with the stadium’s security for assistance. 

If you have grilling concerns or need help leading up to game day, contact Keystone Propane. It’s our responsibility to provide you with quality propane for both commercial and residential areas, and to make sure you’re able to use them safely.