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Safety First

GAS Check® (Gas Appliance System Check) is an award-winning preventative maintenance program designed as an important customer safety tool. The National Propane Gas Association and the Gas Appliance Manufacturers Association developed GAS Check as a regular check-up for your home propane system and gas appliances.

Our technicians receive advanced training and will inspect your gas system to ensure it is operating properly. Got questions? Our team will help you learn how to operate your gas appliances, to recognize odor of propane and emergency procedures to take in case of a fire or leak. We are totally committed to your safety and peace of mind.

Smell Gas? Follow these tips from the National Propane Gas Association:

  1. Extinguish flames and sparks. Put out all smoking materials and other open flames. Avoid using anything that can create a spark or electrical charge such as lights, appliances, telephones, or cell phones that can ignite an explosion or a fire.
  2. Leave the area. Get everyone out of the building or area where you suspect gas is leaking.
  3. Shut off the gas. If safe to do so, turn off the main gas supply valve on your propane tank. To close the valve, turn it to the right (clockwise). If you have more than one tank, turn them all off.
  4. Report the leak. Call your propane supplier right away — from a neighbor’s home or nearby building — and if you can’t reach them, call 911 or your local fire department.
  5. Do not return to the building or area. Wait until your propane supplier, an emergency responder, or a qualified service technician determines that it is safe to do so.
  6. Get your system checked. Have your propane supplier or qualified service technician check your entire system before attempting to use any of your propane appliances.
 
   
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