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Your Propane tank for your grill -

If it ain't broke...don't swap it!

If you have a perfectly good tank that works, why swap it at a gas station for someone else's blemished tank that may have problems.

Get your tank refilled at Benton's for only $13.00 plus tax and be ready for this weekends grilling!


Tips for Safe Grilling

Temperatures are on the rise and grilling in America is hotter than ever. Four out of five U.S. families now own a grill, and most people barbecue at least once a week during the summer.

Based on consumer demand, propane is still the number one choice for grills. Propane grills are equipped with convenient on/off switches, providing for instant heat, greater temperature control, and quicker cool-down times. And with no burning embers, propane grills don’t throw sparks or require a messy clean-up.

But before the barbecue begins, the Propane Education & Research Council offers the following grilling and food safety tips to ensure a safe and enjoyable experience:

Safe Grilling Tips


Correct Grill Use

  • When lighting a grill, keep the top open.
  • Before connecting the cylinder to a propane gas grill burner for the first time, use a leak-detection solution (a 50/50 mixture of water and liquid soap) to check connections for tightness.
  • Do not use matches or lighters to check for leaks.
  • Do not allow children to tamper with the cylinder or grill.
  • Do not smoke while handling a propane cylinder.
  • When a grill is not in use, cover disconnected hose-end fittings with plastic bags or protective caps to keep clean.
  • Always follow grill manufacturer’s instructions and keep written materials accessible.
  • Never pour an accelerant such as lighter fluid or gasoline on the grill.
  • When finished grilling, turn off the burner controls and close the cylinder valve.

Proper Cylinder Handling

  • When the cylinder is refilled, have the supplier check for dents, damage, rust or leaks.
  • After filling or exchanging, take the cylinder home immediately. Keep the vehicle ventilated and the cylinder valve closed and capped.
  • Always use or store cylinders outdoors in an upright (vertical) position.
  • Do not use, store, or transport cylinders near high temperatures (this includes storing spare cylinders near the grill).

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