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Propane 101

Propane, also known as liquefied petroleum gas (LP-gas), is one of the nation's most versatile sources of energy and domestically produced. This safe fuel serves approximately 60 million people in the United States in millions of homes, industry, farming fleets and more.
Green - Propane is an approved, clean fuel listed in the 1990 Clean Air Act as well as the National Energy Policy Act of 1992. Propane has always been a "green" fuel: far ahead of today's trends. Because propane is one of the lightest simplest hydrocarbons in existence, it is also one of the cleanest burning of all fossil fuels. Using propane as a substitute for other fuels, like fuel oil and gasoline, is an economical and viable step toward cleaner air.
Versatile - Propane can effectively and efficiently fuel your entire home or business. From heating your home, water, cooking to drying your clothes or grilling - propane has you covered. Propane can also take you outside to fuel your farm or business, powering agricultural and landscaping equipment, or even fueling your fleet.
Affordable - Propane is priced competitively compared with electricity, heating oil, and other fuels. Not to mention, propane powered appliances are energy efficient which helps you save money on annual energy costs.

Propane Safety 

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.

Consumer Safety Series

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
Appliance Conversion: Leave it to a Pro
(Click here to watch the Consumer Safety Series of Videos)

Propane Clean American Energy

Leak Tests 

An annual leak test is required of all propane piping systems serving schools, churches, nursing homes, resorts, hospitals, amusement parks, summer camps and other public buildings and institutions. A leak test must be performed on every propane piping system, and by a registered gas company or installer. Leak tests are to be performed by September 1 of each year for public entities, with the exception of seasonal institutions which are to be completed June 1 of each year.

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