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5 Appliances You Wouldn't Think Run on Propane Gas, But Do

Last updated 6 years ago

When most people think of a propane appliance, they typically think of the gas grill and.... well, that's about it. But the truth of the matter is, there are many appliances that run on propane.

Propane appliances offer a variety of benefits. For example, propane can heat something faster than electricity and is cheaper than gas. Let's take a look at five propane appliances you may not have known about.

Lawn Mowers

  • The new propane lawn mowers can be an excellent alternative to the inefficient and environmentally unfriendly gas mowers. Along with pocket savings, your propane mower will have lower CO2 and carbon emissions than that old mower.


  • Have a look at refrigerators that don't require electricity, but use propane instead. They have no moving parts and use heat to produce the cold inside. Propane refrigerators are great to use for camping or when electricity is not available.

Weed Burners

  • Sometimes the best lawn in the neighborhood requires a little bit of an edge, but not necessarily the cost. Propane weed burners are cost-effective and very useful for riding your lawn of those ugly weeds without the use of chemicals.

Mosquito Magnets

  • These magnets are a great way to enjoy the backyard without the constant tickle from Mother Nature. Avoid the use of chemicals and enjoy a mosquito-free yard, with the use of propane powered mosquito magnets.

Portable Heaters

  • Even the fair weather states get a little nippy at night. Portable propane heaters are popular at classy restaurants and backyards alike. They’re easy to set up and provide a clean, constant heat.

At Kamps Propane, these are just a few of the propane appliances available through our propane company. Please feel free to call or e-mail for the location nearest you and experience the quality propane service that has been serving California for 40 years.


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