Spring Cleaning Your Propane Appliances

Here at Flynn Energy, spring cleaning is significant to us in ways that differ from the average spring cleaner. Instead of thinking up ways to de-clutter your home or garage, we take a different approach. How can you spring clean your appliances– specifically your propane appliances? We have a few suggestions! Well maintained propane appliances will run more efficiently and require repair less often.

Propane Appliances Worth Cleaning

Propane Oven. If you’re the type that jumps for joy at the opportunity to clean your oven, this one’s for you. Self-cleaning ovens have made the process easier, but many of us don’t have that option. What’s more, components such as the stovetop, burners, and more still require your attention. Here’s a great step-by-step guide, on how to make your oven immaculate.

Propane Water Heater. Your water heater needs routine maintenance, just like your furnace or your car. Sediment builds up inside the tank, limiting the water heaters’ efficiency. This buildup forces the water heater to work harder – wasting time, energy, and money to heat the same amount of water. Look here to see how to maintain your water heater in a few simple steps.

Propane Furnace. Efficiency, efficiency, efficiency – It’s a word we use quite often as it pertains to your propane appliances, especially your propane furnace. A furnace functioning at weak levels will cost you a lot of money over time and lead to potentially costly repairs. We recommend having your furnace serviced annually by a professional.

Propane Fireplace. While propane burns cleaner than its alternatives, propane fireplaces still routinely require a cleaning. Over time, buildup gathers on the pilot of your fireplace. The more buildup, the harder it is for your fireplace to work – and the more it’ll cost you in the end. Luckily, cleaning your propane fireplace is relatively easy. Cleaning your fireplace once a year should be sufficient.

Propane Grill. What if I told you cleaning your grill grates after each use was all you had to do? You’d say, “That’s easy!” But did you know the build-up inside your grill is both dangerous and causes your food to taste different? Yikes! Luckily, deep-cleaning your grill is pretty simple and only takes a half inning of baseball. Depending on how often you use your grill, you should give it a deep clean at least twice a year.

Flynn Propane

Flynn Energy is a residential heating oil and propane delivery company located in Towanda, Pennsylvania. We deliver to Bradford and surrounding counties. To get started as a customer, give us a call at 570-268-3880 or visit us online.

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