4 Ways Propane Fuels Your Summer

The unofficial start of summer is just days away. Here on the Cape, that means it’s time to break out the deck furniture, read up on BBQ-friendly recipes, and get ready for all things outdoor living.If you use propane inside your home, then you already know how adaptable, reliable, and affordable it is. Get ready to enjoy its efficiency and versatility all summer long with these outdoor applications.

Get Grilling

Cape Cod summers and backyard barbecues go hand in hand. Is your home the go-to for Memorial Day, 4th of July, or Labor Day events? Stock up on propane for your gas grill ahead of these holiday weekends, and make sure you have a steady supply all season for convenient outdoor cooking and relaxing.

Stay Comfortable

Cooler evenings can be refreshing after long, hot days at the beach. But when the temperature drops a bit lower than you prefer on a summer night, there’s no need to head inside! Simply turn on your propane-fueled patio heater, and let comfort come to you. Sleek, subtle design paired with efficient heat output makes this appliance an easy choice for any Cape Cod home.

Cozy Up

Who says a fireplace is only meant to be in your living room? Add warmth and character to your backyard on cooler nights throughout the summer (and spring and fall) with an outdoor fireplace or fire pit. Propane hearth products and accessories allow you to achieve the same look and feel as wood-burning alternatives—without the mess!

Dive Right In

Imagine that it’s the first heat wave of the year. Your swimming pool is uncovered, treated, and calling your name. The second you dip your toes in, the shock of cold water instantly derails your afternoon plans—no matter how hot the air temp is. Can you relate? A propane pool heater will make your water temperature just right. If you have a hot tub, propane works great for heating that, too!

Make the most out of this multipurpose energy source by using it for your indoor and outdoor appliances. Learn more about the many benefits of propane.