Summer is in full swing here in North Texas! Homeowners in Wise County and the surrounding areas are fueling up their grills for the Fourth of July weekend, but did you know that propane powers a variety of appliances that can upgrade your outdoor living space? Make your backyard the place to be this summer with amenities fueled by propane.
Customers in Texas choose propane for many reasons, including its all-season versatility. When things heat up, you can count on this multi-use fuel to power your home comfort needs without breaking the bank. Take advantage of the perks of propane this summer with outdoor living appliances like:
Top Outdoor Propane Appliances:
1. Gas BBQ Grills
A summer staple, gas grills are an affordable and healthy way to eat outdoors. Aside from the obvious appeal of delicious Texas-style barbecue, grilling can also help you save on your utility bills.
2. Fire Pits
Fire pits are another great way to add an extra element for entertaining and warm up your space. With a propane-powered fire pit, you can enjoy the perks of a campfire safely right in your neighborhood.
3. Outdoor Kitchens
Preparing family meals outdoors can significantly reduce your seasonal energy use. Instead of heating up your house with the oven or stove (and causing your A/C to work overtime), an outdoor kitchen offers the same advantages of a gas grill with a wider range of cooking options.
4. Pool Heaters
Make the most of your pool this season. With a propane-fired heater, you can keep waters at the perfect temperature. Not only will a propane pool heater improve water temps—a high-efficiency system can significantly reduce energy use and costs.
5. Patio Space Heaters
Even in Texas, hot days can turn into cool evenings. Don’t let a breeze stop your outdoor fun. Patio space heaters are a cost-effective way to keep your outdoor living space comfortable, even in the early spring or fall.
Decatur Bowie is here to make sure you always have the fuel you need. Contact us to order propane for your appliances, to request repair service, or to learn more about adding propane appliances to your home.