Summer is over, tree leaves are providing us with colorful displays and some folks are already thinking ahead to the holiday season. If they plan to host family and friends for a big dinner this year, they want to do everything they can to make the day go smoothly.
If they rely on a propane gas stove/cooktop, they have a better chance of doing that—as opposed to their neighbors who do their cooking on an electric stove. Compared to propane, electric stoves take longer to respond to temperature changes, particularly when you’re adjusting the temperature down or turning the heat off. An added benefit is that a gas stove will continue to work during a power outage.
However, you can get even better performance from your propane gas range and save money on your propane costs with just a little investment of time and effort. Try these seven simple tips and tricks for your propane stove/cooktop and you’ll avoid using more propane than necessary.
To learn more about propane stoves/cooktops–and the many other ways you can take full advantage of propane inside and outside your home, please contact your propane company and they’ll be glad to help.