News & Safety

News & Safety

Propane Safety and Winter Storms

Freezing rain, ice storms, snow, and high winds may all be part of winter, but being unprepared for them shouldn’t be. Winter storms can cause extended power outages, downed trees and power lines, and hazardous travel conditions.
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Propane Use—Safe Handling Tips & Information

Many homes and businesses use propane gas for heat, hot water, cooking and electricity generation. It’s important that you use caution when handling tanks, fuel lines, appliances and generators to ensure safety.
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Know The Facts About Carbon Monoxide

What is carbon monoxide?
Carbon monoxide (CO) is a colorless, odorless, tasteless, and toxic gas. Smoking a cigarette; idling a gasoline engine; and burning fuel oil, wood, kerosene, natural gas, and propane all produce CO.
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Whole House or Portable Generators—What’s the Difference?

It’s a fact. The past few years have shown us that we have no control over Mother Nature wreaking havoc and leaving millions without power for days—or even weeks—making it very challenging for life to go on as normal. If anything, hurricanes in recent years have made it very clear that having a backup power generator is a necessity, not a luxury.
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Propane Specials

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