It’s grilling season and everyone is starting to fire up the barbecue. If you are currently using propane, did you know a natural gas connection to your barbecue is actually less expensive to operate? Natural gas is a very affordable option and is typically a third of the cost of using propane. If you use your barbecue often, a natural gas connection may be the right option for you. So, what’s the difference between propane and natural gas? With natural gas, your barbecue is always ready and has a continuous amount of cooking fuel. With propane, you risk having to leave in the middle of grilling to run out and get more. When you are ready to start up your barbecue, natural gas will heat up much faster. If there is ever an emergency, you can quickly turn off the gas if needed. Another bonus is, since the heat of natural gas is distributed equally, your food will be cooked more evenly.
Your barbecue can be connected to your house through a separate gas line using a detachable hose. The hose can easily be disconnected when not in use. This makes storing your barbecue that much more convenient.
Consider natural gas for your barbecue and you will never have to worry about running out of propane again! No more trips to fill up your tank or purchasing and lugging pre-filled tanks. We are licensed professionals and will ensure that the installation will be done properly and safely.