What’s the difference between refilling or exchanging your portable propane grill tank? Some people appreciate the swap-and-go convenience of a cylinder exchange. But savvy customers love the ease and the savings they get by refilling their existing cylinder. Let’s get into comparing the two options:
When you own your propane grill tank and refill it, you can save money in a few different ways:
Think about it. When you see your propane cylinder is starting to run low, your instinct is to take it in to exchange before you run out. So, unless you run them until they’re completely empty, you could be wasting half a tank or more over the span of just a few tanks.
Even though most of the portable cylinders that you’d hook up to your grill don’t have a gauge, there are easy ways to make sure you don’t run out. Here’s three ways to keep track of propane levels in your propane grill tank:
Remember to keep a spare on-hand! The easiest way to make sure you always have enough propane on hand to fire up the grill is to keep an extra tank on hand.
If you’ve been thinking your grilling game is ready for a grill upgrade, now’s the time to get set up to make outdoor gatherings fun and easy.
Whether you’re looking to create a deluxe outdoor kitchen and entertaining space, or just need to replace your old grill, you’ve got plenty of options when it comes to adding some new sizzle to your deck or patio.
Refilling or exchanging your cylinder is a snap. Bring your empty tank to one of our offices during business hours whenever you need a refill. We provide quick and easy, no-wait portable propane tank fill-ups. Don’t bring empty tanks inside! And remember, we can’t refill tanks with excessive rust, corrosion, or other damage.
Whether you need a cylinder refill, or you want to buy an extra tank, so you always have a spare, Admiral Propane is happy to help you with our convenient portable grill tank refill service. Contact us today for more information.