In collaboration with The Propane Education & Research Council (PERC) Blossman Gas recently launched two 30 second public service announcements for the radio on the subject of Propane Safety When Preparing your RV for a Road Trip and Safety Tips for Relighting Your Grill.
Taking the right precautions and planning ahead is especially important this year as families think about how to mitigate the damage of a hurricane affecting their home. An ideal way for homeowners to prepare for a power outage is to install a standby generator system.
Blossman Services, Inc. (BSI) announces that its Small Engine Division is designing and manufacturing an engine-specific propane gas mower conversion kit that will meet EPA certifications standards. Available for purchase in early spring, 2014, the Blossman Propane Mower Conversion Kit will provide cost savings and a high quality conversion kit to landscape contractors and mowing industry.
Not long ago, an outdoor cooking area consisted of a portable grill and a picnic table. Today, more and more homeowners are stepping up their game, with some creating elaborate alfresco built-in kitchens, while others opt for grills with an abundance of new prep and cooking features. What do all of these have in common? Propane. As warmer weather approaches, now is the time to do your Propane Gas Safety Check on your propane equipment associated with outdoor living.
Propane appliances such as grills, patio heaters, fire pits, and outdoor lights are great ways to help you maximize enjoyment of your outdoor living area while providing a safe source of warmth, ambience, and — of course — burgers! Because many of these appliances are portable and available in a range of sizes and prices, you can customize your outdoor space to fit your style, needs, and budget.