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Propane Safety: Three Reminders For Heating Season

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If you have propane appliances in your home, a keen nose and preparation can be important assets when it comes to keeping your family safe.

Steps To Safety In A Propane Leak

Your nose matters because there’s a distinctive rotten egg odor to propane – something producers add to propane gas (which is odorless) to make leaks easy to detect. When that telltale smell appears in your West Virginia home, don’t panic – but do act quickly, using these propane safety guidelines:

Check out this page for other important propane safety tips.

Two other things to keep in mind:

Your family’s safety is always our priority! Contact us today to learn more about propane safety in your West Virginia home.