People weigh the pros and cons and scrutinize different types of grills before they make a choice as to what is right for them. We can’t tell you which grill is right for you, but we can tell you the benefits of a gas grill, and you can decide if that fits with your life. So check out below what you get with a gas grill!
What do you need to know about gas grills?
A gas grill is powered by natural gas, so it is connected to valve regulators in your house. These regulators determine how much gas goes through the valve and to the burners. To start the grill, you use a push-button or rotating knob, and you can control the temperature of the grill through the knob.
What are the benefits of a gas grill?
Convenience with Fuel
With a natural gas grill, you are hooked up to your power source because it is your gas line. This means you will never run out of fuel (unless you forget to pay your gas bill).
Price of Fuel
A natural gas grill is different from other grilling options because you don’t have to go out and buy fuel separately. Your fuel simply comes from your natural gas line, which can make it a more cost effective option.
Ease of use
You don’t have to worry about a lot of effort when you are lighting a gas grill; you simply turn a knob and press a button. A gas grill is easy to light and easy to control the temperature because with just the turn of a knob you get exactly the temperature you need. A gas grill is also really easy to clean because there are no leftover ashes.
There are a lot of options for a grill, so weigh the pros and cons before you jump into a purchase. However, a natural gas grill is always an option, and it may just be the right option for you!
Running a business can be stressful. You don’t want to have to worry about whether or not you have a reliable natural gas partner. Walton Gas can give you peace of mind and confidence allowing you to focus on what you do best.
At Walton Gas, we provide reliable services, competitive pricing, and outstanding customer support. We offer convenient bill paying options like online billing and bank draft to simplify paying your bill. Our bills are easy to understand, and we don’t play games with hidden charges or fees.
As long as you are on the Atlanta Gas Light pipeline, we can meet your needs. Interested in inquiring about fueling your business? Check out the contact information below, and give one of our friendly reps a call.
Small Commercial Inquires
If you are currently using another provider and your business uses less than 40,000 annual therms, please contact:
Jenny Serda at 404.333.2081
Philip Peters at 770.500.5256
Large Commercial Inquires
We may have special rates for businesses that use more than 40,000 therms per year. For assistance with commercial or industrial gas service, please contact:
Jenny Serda at 404.333.2081
Scott Walker at 678.639.3222
Let us know how we can help you and power your business to succeed. Contact Walton Gas to learn more about your energy options!
At Walton Gas, we have a true passion for giving back. You could say… we get a kick out of it. Each football season we partner with the University of Georgia and go Kickin’ it for Charity. Walton Gas donates $500 for every field goal made by the University of Georgia, and at the end of the season we will total up how much will be donated. Then we’ll let you decide how much is allocated to one of these three fantastic charities: Camp Twin Lakes, Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta, and The Salvation Army. The campaign has already kicked off, so continue cheering on the Bulldogs, and kick it for charity! We have outlined what the charities provide to the community.
Camp Twin Lakes
Camp Twin Lakes gives children with serious illnesses, disabilities, and other life challenges the ability to enjoy camp. It gives young campers obstacles to overcome to promote confidence-building while giving positive life-changing experiences. This non-profit organization is fully equipped with medial support and capabilities to meet the specific needs of each child. Camp Twin Lakes gives all children the opportunity to be kid.
Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta
Children’s Health Care of Atlanta cares for over half a million children and teens every year. Children’s Health Care of Atlanta is the largest pediatric provider in Georgia and one of the largest in the country. They are a family centered care, giving its patients the best possible care and access. With a network of over 2,000 pediatric physicians with extensive knowledge and experience in over 60 pediatric specialties, 3 hospitals with 622 licensed beds, 27 neighborhood locations, including 7 urgent care centers provides access to quality healthcare for family and children in need!
The Salvation Army
The Salvation Army is one of the most recognized and respected charitable organizations in the country providing basic needs for those who need it most. This covers feeding hungry families and children. Over 48.8 million people go hungry or face the threat of hunger every day in the United States. The Salvation Army meets that need by serving more than 56 million meals through their soup kitchens, sit-down meal programs, food pantries, mobile meals and community gardens. They also provide housing for the homeless, hunger relief services, and so much more. Help them continue their mission.
Currently our stats are
The Salvation Army 28.57%
Camp Twin Lakes 47%
Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta Foundation 24.42%
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You probably know that natural gas is a source of energy, and you might know that one fourth of all energy consumption in the United States is natural gas. However, you may wonder, other than heating homes, what is natural gas used for?
Natural gas has many different uses other than merely heating a home. Some of these include cooking, drying clothes, cooling a home or building, and even fueling cars.
Cooking with natural gas gives you the advantage of precise control of heating your food with burners that can immediately be adjusted. Gas stoves are energy efficient, giving you a cost effective option.
Natural gas dryers are always an appliance option if your current dryer is in need of an upgrade. Reducing the amount of shrinkage and static cling you never have to worry about your clothing. There is no need to worry about emissions because natural gas dryers are eco-friendly.
Cooling Your Home
You think of natural gas when you think of heating your home, but cooling it? It’s true! Natural gas can be used to cool your home. There are gas-powered air conditioning units! You can cool your home with efficiency while being environmentally friendly.
Fueling Your Car
Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) has been explored as an alternative to gasoline for fueling our vehicles. Many commercial fleets have already made the switch to CNG to fuel their vehicles. CNG is an option over gasoline which is better for our wallets and the environment, so be on the lookout for this option!
Those are some of the main uses of natural gas. This is a source of energy that people use more than you think! If you have any questions about natural gas, you can always Contact Us!
At Walton Gas we encourage our employees to give back, and as a company we’re actively involved in supporting causes that help people struggling to recover from sudden disasters. We are a community and we help one another. Here are a few ways you can help out with disaster relief.
When disaster strikes, the Red Cross stands ready to immediately mobilize and respond. They’ve been on the frontlines of disaster relief since 1881, and few organizations do it better than they do. After Irma, the Red Cross is in desperate need of volunteers. By helping out the Red Cross you are helping thousands who have been affected. Come and make a difference today.
The Salvation Army helps and serves hundreds of thousands of people every year, providing necessities to those who need it most. They offer hot meals to the starving, housing to the homeless, emergency financial relief, and so much more. To accomplish this mission, the Salvation Army relies on volunteers like you. Just last year the Salvation Army was able to reach 1.75 million people because of those who volunteered! The Shield of the Salvation Army is one of the most recognized symbols of charity in the world. It gives hope, reassurance and comfort to people during their darkest times. And it starts with people like you. Click here to volunteer.
Habitat for Humanity: Repair with Kindness
The Repair with Kindness program helps qualified homeowners make repairs that are critical to their health and safety, including improved weatherization efforts to better withstand the power of Mother Nature. Repairs include: accessibility improvements, carpentry, roof repair or replacement, storm windows and doors. To learn more about the Repair with Kindness Program click here.
Irma has affected the lives of many of our families, friends, and neighbors. Here at Walton Gas, we want you to know we support you and we, along with our partners at these great charitable organizations, are here for you. If you can afford to offer either your time or financial support to any or all of these ongoing causes, we encourage you to join our support. We’re all Georgia Proud, and there is no storm we cannot overcome together.
Spring is around the corner so you probably have an outdoor project planned. Maybe you are planting a tree, adding onto your deck or even putting in that new fence.
BUT, before you start digging away on your land, you need to remember to call before you dig.
Georgia state law requires that you call 811 to have your utility lines professionally marked before you do any digging on your property. This is a statewide, toll-free number and your underground utilities will be marked free of charge. When you call the Utilities Protection Center at 811 or 1-800-282-7411, all you have to do is ask for an underground locator service.
This is not a step to be overlooked in your project because if you just start digging without this knowledge, you could run into gas lines, electric lines or even water pipes, which could have some serious consequences.
Call or visit georgia811.com if you have any additional questions or concerns about digging on your property. As long as you call before you dig, you should be safe to start on your outdoor spring projects. Happy spring digging!
There is a lot of information that floats around about the sources of energy we use on a daily basis. Unfortunately, some of that information is incorrect. There are some common myths associated with natural gas, so we wanted to clear those up for you right here.
Check out common myths about natural gas below:
- Natural gas is dangerous – This isn’t exactly true. Yes, natural gas will ignite, but only when there is a high enough concentration of natural gas AND there is an ignition source.
- Natural gas is bad for the environment – Natural gas is actually is the cleanest burning of all the fossil fuels.
- Natural gas will be gone soon – In recent years, we have uncovered even more natural gas within the United States borders. We have plenty of access to this resource domestically, and it is not something we are running out of soon.
- Natural gas is toxic – This is not true. Natural gas is non-toxic or non-poisonous. You don’t want natural gas to displace the air in a small space, but exposure to low levels of natural gas is not harmful to your health.
There is a lot of debate on what exactly is the best source of energy for us to use, and there probably always will be debate on that subject. However, we know that natural gas is a good resource because it is safe, clean burning, reliable, efficient and so much more. If you have questions about natural gas, come talk to us.
Natural gas, while a great source of energy for your house, is also highly combustible. That is why some people add a natural gas alarm to their house as an added precaution in case they would have a natural gas leak.
Why use a natural gas alarm?
In its natural state, natural gas is odorless, so natural gas companies add mercaptan to give it a smell. This odor is often compared to the smell of rotten eggs. If you do smell this smell in your home, it is an indication that you may have some sort of natural gas leak.
Some people also like to add a natural gas alarm to their house as an added precaution. The alarm is meant to detect a natural gas leak before the amount gets too harmful, so it may alert you before you smell anything in your house.
What do you do if your natural gas alarm goes off?
Like previously stated, this alarm will go off before you are in any great danger, so don’t panic. The first step would be to open your windows to allow the natural gas to dissipate if possible. You will then want to turn off your natural gas and leave your house. Next you will want to contact your gas company to have someone come check your house for a gas leak.
Natural gas is overall a very safe source of energy and about half the households in the United States use it to heat their homes. However, it is good to be prepared and ready so you can prevent potential problems from happening. If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to reach out to us!
You may be using natural gas to heat your home because about half the people in the United States are. They use natural gas for many reasons because it is one of the safest and cleanest sources of energy and also because the majority of the natural gas we use we get from the United States.
So why don’t we use natural gas for more than just heating our homes?
The good news is we are working on it. Recently, the United States has been looking into Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) as an alternative to gasoline for our vehicles. CNG is odorless, colorless and tasteless and it comes from natural gas wells drilled in the United States. Natural Gas powers millions of vehicles in the world, but not that many in the United States.
Exploring CNG for use in automobiles is important because CNG costs about 50% less than gasoline or diesel and it emits up to 90% fewer emissions than gasoline does. CNG is better for our wallets and the environment. Also, we have an abundant supply of CNG right here in the United States. This means that we don’t have to worry about costs of buying it and importing it like we do with petroleum.
You may be wondering about the safety implications of using CNG as a fuel for our vehicles, and the good news is there are strict safety standards for CNG vehicles to make them just as safe as gasoline powered vehicles.
Interested in CNG? Do some research and find out if a CNG vehicle is for you. At Walton, we know that natural gas is a great source of energy for your home, so it might be something to look into for your vehicle as well.
You may have heard that natural gas is a fast-growing source of energy, and about half the households in the United States use natural gas to heat their homes. This is true, which makes natural gas a great resource and also a possibility for investment.
Ways to Invest in Natural Gas
There are three main ways to invest in Natural Gas. These are ETFs, Futures and Stocks.
ETFs are funds tracking the equity of natural gas producers or the price of natural gas. A couple different options of ETFs are the United States Natural Gas Fund (UNG), which invests in front month futures contracts or the Teucrium Natural Gas Fund (NAGS), which spreads exposure across multiple maturities to look at prices more long-term.
Futures for natural gas are traded on the New York Mercantile Exchange. The market for natural gas futures is very liquid. This means trading is very active throughout the week, especially on Thursdays when the Department of Energy releases its weekly natural gas storage report. Natural gas holds the second-highest volume futures contract in the world.
Stocks are a great investing option if you don’t want to directly deal with futures contracts. In the case of stocks, you can get indirect exposure to natural gas by investing in companies explore fuel types. Some companies focus purely on natural gas and others engage with both natural gas and crude oil.
Investing in natural gas could be something that is well-worth your time and money. It may be something to explore in further detail if you are interested.