As we all prepare for Hurricane Matthew, Blossman Gas wants to ensure the safety of our customers in the event of an evacuation. Should you and your family evacuate, shut off your propane tank by turning the gas supply valve in a clockwise direction.
Summer may be ending, but don’t stow away your grill just yet. With high school, collegiate, and professional football getting into full swing, it's time to move the BBQ from the backyard to the parking lot. Next time you support your favorite team, pack up the party and your portable grill.
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As summertime quickly approaches and we take to the outdoors to cook, light and heat the porch, Blossman Gas, www.blossmangas.com, wants consumers to know that propane, a clean, efficient energy source, is not just for firing up the grill or heating the inside of your home.
According to the Propane Education & Research Council (PERC), 84 % of gas grill owners say it is important to follow basic safe grilling tips when using a gas grill, yet only one in three -35%- say they know a great deal about them. A separate PERC survey also found that less than 10% of American adults chose grilling-related risks or accidents as the top two common summertime risks that concern them, even as the typical grill owner cooks outdoors 22 times during the barbecue season.