Staying Warm This Winter: What to Do When the Power Goes Out
If a winter storm makes your power goes out , you’ll want to find the best ways to stay as warm as possible. If your electricity is out for more than a few hours, your home will cool down, often to uncomfortable – if not dangerous – temperatures.
These tips will help you stay warm and safe even without your central heating.
Care of Your New Stainless Steel Propane Grill
You may just find that Santa left you a new Propane Grill under the tree this year. Well, it needs regular care to keep it in good condition for many barbecuing seasons to come. Weather, acid ingredients, and general wear and tear can take a toll your stainless steel grill. Here are a few tips to keep it in top shape.
Features to Look for on a Carbon Monoxide Detector
When fuel such as propane, wood and gasoline is burned, carbon monoxide is released. Carbon monoxide is a silent killer, and high levels can lead to death. Furthermore, the lack of odor makes it difficult for people to detect the buildup of carbon monoxide in a home. The easiest way to avoid this is to ensure you have a Carbon Monoxide Detector.
Important Propane Tank Safety Information for You and Your Family
Is Propane Safe for Food Trucks?
If Alaskans know how to do one thing well, when we see termination dust on the mountains, it’s RUN to our comfort foods! The food truck business has grown substantially in our great state and therefore food trucks have gained monumental popularity. Dishing out delicious, Halibut sandwiches, Waffles, and BBQ (among anything else you can think of) at great prices to hungry Alaskans. We even have our local food truck frenzy at the Spenard Food Truck Carnival.