Features, Benefits, & Installation

Safety

  • Knob Where You Need It! allows you to turn your propane off immediately after grilling without potentially being burned by the hot grill
  • Because the control is in a more visible, accessible location you are more likely to remember to turn off the propane tank
  • Propane experts, fire safety experts and most grill users agree it is safer to close the propane tank after each use
  • Gas grills were involved in an average of 7,200 home fires per year, including 3,000 structure fires and 4,200 outdoor fires annually
  • Leak or break was the leading factor contributing to gas grill fires
  • Turning off the propane at the cylinder can all but eliminate the potential for leaks

Comfort & Convenience:

  • Knob Where You Need It! can be installed quickly and easily on virtually any full-size propane grill
  • No more bending, twisting or reaching to turn your propane valve on and off after each use
  • Easier on knees and backs
  • No more reaching into spider webs when you haven’t used your grill in a while
  • For frequent grillers, the increased accessibility can be a real time saver

Economy

  • 34% of propane grill users surveyed report they have experienced propane loss as a result of not closing the cylinder valve
  • Preventing propane loss can save you money and time in refilling or exchanging tanks needlessly
  • Preventing propane loss can help preserve precious natural resources and reduce fossil fuel consumption

Installation

Take a look at the installation process below:

 
 

Knob Where You Need It! was co-founded and developed by brothers Adam & Cory Civilla, two grilling enthusiasts who saw a way to make propane grilling even more safe, convenient and enjoyable.  The idea for Knob Where You Need It! was born in the summer of 2013 on a patio outside of Minneapolis, MN. As Adam went to turn off the propane tank on a friend’s grill, ducking under the side table while awkwardly contorting his body to steer clear of the sizzling hot grill body he said, “Why don’t these things [grills] come with a way to turn the gas on and off from a place you can reach?” To which his buddy retorted, “I don’t know, man, why don’t you make something?” So, he did. And here we are.