DEPOT SQUARE (next to train station)
P.O. BOX 358
BERNARDSVILLE, NEW JERSEY 07924
(908) 766-0260
HEATING INSTALLATIONS • TANK INSTALLATIONS
HEATING FUEL • PROPANE • DIESEL FUEL

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BBQ Tank Refills

Here at M.J. Neill, we have a Propane Refill Station, which means you can bring your tank in to us and we will refill it to the correct level. At other tank exchange facilities, it's becoming more and more common to get exchange tanks that aren't filled correctly. We also stock new common 20lb barbeque tanks if you wish to have a back-up tank. During seasonal times, we also stock 30lb and 50lb tanks.

M.J. Neill has the only refill station for portable barbecue tanks in a fifteen-mile radius. We always have a large supply of propane available for your use.

We offer propane barbecue tank refills at the following times:
Monday through Friday: 8:00 AM – 4:15 PM
Saturday: 9:00 AM – 12:00 NOON

Barbeque Grills

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We are also a Modern Home Products (MHP) dealer for either propane or natural gas grills. Over the past 35 years we've sold a couple of different brands and have found that the MHP brand grill is far superior to others. It is the only one we are aware of in which every component is made of stainless steel, right on down to the nuts and bolts that hold it together.

Prepay Refill Card

Enjoy additional savings with our pre-paid PROPANE CARD which gives you four (4) refills at a reduced cost if you were to pay for each refill separately. There is no expiration date on the card. This offer is valid for residential 20 Lb  tank users.

Safety Information

Propane is a very safe fuel source, but as with any fuel, it's important to respect it and treat it with caution to ensure maximum safety. Remember these tips whenever handling propane:

  • Always follow the manufacturer's instructions.
  • Store cylinder propane tanks for appliances such as ovens outside of your home.
  • Never use your propane gas grill inside the home.
  • If you smell a strong odor of gas, leave the area immediately and call 911 from outside the area for assistance.

For more propane safety information, visit the Propane Education & Research Council at http://www.propanecouncil.org/.