Turn your grill into your kitchen

Get an extra grill tank or bag of charcoal for the grill. A storm can leave you without power and disrupt many of your daily activities. But you can still enjoy a hot cooked meal on your grill. The extra propane may also come in handy for use with your emergency heating needs.

Find great tips and information to help you and your family prepare, survive through, and clean up after the next major storm event below.

These products were the most requested products during the past storm events.

2pk 16.4 oz Propane

Two 16.4 oz Disposable bottles of Propane. Pressurized container; no pumping needed. Easy lighting in all weather. Use only with appliances designated for propane gas. Never store in living spaces. Never put in luggage. NOT refillable.

10lb Lump Charcoal

The all natural way to grill. Great for smokers, gas, charcoal and electric grills. Burns longer, cooks hotter, and uses less product than regular charcoal. Available in both 10 lb. and 20 lb. bags.

Woodstock Hardware customers interested in protecting their family and home during the past storm events also purchased these popular products and supplies.

20lb Type I Cylinder

When cooking gets tough, the tough use this LP Propane Cylinder; for use on all standard couplings on new or existing gas grills, stoves, lanterns, and heaters. Determine correct cylinder needed before hooking up. UL listed. Powder point gray resists rust and corrosion.

One Burner LP Stove

This Low Profile 1 Burner 7500 BTU Propane Camp Stove adjusts from high to low for optimal cooking performance. Pressure control system. Lightweight and compact to store. Great for camping, tailgating, and at the beach. Heats up fast for convenient cooking.



Stainless Steel Pan

Just the right tool for cooking fries on the grill. Try it for delicate fish, vegetables, and even fruit. Weber style Stainless steel construction makes this grill pan a nice addition to any cook’s kitchen or barbecue needs. Pan surface: 11″ x 14.25″.

Do you think you have a propane leak? You’ll notice a rotten egg scent if there’s a leak. A quick way you can assure there aren’t any leaks is to get a mixture of dish soap and water and apply it to the connecting cord from the grill to the propane cylinder. If you notice any bubbles during the process, then you have a leak.

Click here to learn more about Propane Grill safety from the National Propane Gas Association.