Propane has an enviable safety record due to the stringent codes and regulations developed by the propane industry in conjunction with the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA). Every aspect of installation, storage, and tank filling has been considered to ensure worry-free operation.
Checking your gauge regularly is an easy way to ensure you always have enough fuel. Remember: If your tank is empty, a qualified professional must inspect your system.
There are a few reasons why you’d need to turn off the flow of propane to your tank. Fortunately, turning a tank off is very easy.
Everyone in your family should know what to do if they smell propane. Here are a few steps to take in the event of a potential gas leak.
You can use portable propane cylinders for a variety of applications. Be sure you know how to transport, handle, and store these small cylinders in a safe manner.
To keep your home’s propane system in great shape, you need regular inspections by a qualified professional. Here’s what to expect during a typical inspection.
How to Read a Tank Gauge
How to Turn the Tank Off
If You Suspect a Gas Leak
Handling & Transporting Small Cylinders
Getting Your Propane System Inspected