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A Homeowner's Guide to Propane Safety

Last updated 5 years ago

Propane gas is a versatile fuel that offers a clean-burning alternative to electricity, oil, and natural gas. Propane appliances should be inspected and maintained on a regular basis, and all propane storage tanks require respect and care.

  • Propane gas is flammable. This may seem obvious, but it's important to respect propane and its properties. Whenever you're near a propane storage tank or propane-burning appliance, avoid outside flames and sparks. Don't smoke around these appliances, and if you notice the scent of gas (artificially augmented to smell similar to rotten eggs), turn off all flames and leave the area immediately. Turn off the gas if possible, and contact your propane gas service. At Kamps, we offer 24-hour emergency service for our customers.
     
  • Have your propane-burning appliances inspected regularly. Pilot lights and burners, such as those found in water heaters and furnaces, should be inspected by a professional on at least an annual basis. Burners that are poorly maintained may not burn cleanly, producing carbon monoxide gas. It's a good idea to invest in both a propane gas and carbon monoxide sensor for your home. Kamps customers can call us to schedule a free inspection of their propane appliances and we sell top-quality propane-fueled appliance – call us for details.
     
  • Don't run out of gas. Kamps offers the SMART system – it’s the reliable way to keep an eye on your fuel level and it allows us to know when you are ready for a delivery. Running out of propane is a serious problem and our SMART system is the easy way to keep your propane tank from running dry. Contact us to learn more about the SMART system!

Kamps Propane can help you to enjoy the advantages propane has to offer. For more information about living with and using propane gas, visit us online. You can also call us at (888) 526-7701 for information on propane appliances and tank services.

 

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