When it comes to grilling, there is a lot more to think about then just getting that hamburger, hot dog or steak perfectly cooked. There are proper safety measures to consider that help keep you, your friends and your family out of harm’s way. And there is also the matter of proper grill tank storage.
Proper storage for your grill tank includes knowing if you should store that grill tank full or empty.
Once the summer is over and you are done grilling for the season, you may be wondering what to do with your grill’s propane tank and where you should put it until you are ready to fire up your grill again or until your next propane delivery.
The only time that it is safe to store a propane tank inside is if it is completely empty. If a tank is not empty, it should be stored outside as opposed to in a house, shed or garage. This is because temperatures inside a propane tank increase when they are inside, which can potentially be very dangerous and can put a homeowner at risk. So storing your grill tank either empty or full is fine, but location is key.
Here are some other important things to keep in mind to ensure that your grill tank is being properly stored:
Since properly storing the tank to your grill is dependent upon how much propane is in the tank itself you may be wondering how you can check your grill’s propane tank level. Doing so is actually a fairly easy process. There are a few ways to check how much propane is left in your tank:
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