If you’ve ever used an electric stove, then you’re probably aware of its many frustrating limitations. This is one reason why many homeowners have been switching to propane gas stoves/cooktops, which provide a more precise cooking control.
Electric stoves take longer—compared with propane—to respond to temperature changes, particularly when you’re adjusting the temperature down or turning off the heat. An added benefit is that a propane stove will continue to work during a power outage.
With just a little investment of time and effort, you can get even better performance from your propane gas range and save money on your propane costs.
Try the following simple tips and tricks for your propane stove/cooktop and you’ll avoid using more fuel than necessary.
To read 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.
Also ask about current rebate opportunities that can save you money on your investment—including $200 for installing a propane stove/cooktop.