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If you think you smell propane in your home, RV or the area around any gas equipment; or if a gas alarm signals the presence of propane, you should do the following:
Note: An odorant is purposely put into the tank to help easily detect leaks or broken pipes. Safety is our #1 priority.
Even if you do not continue to smell propane, do not turn on the supply valve until a qualified Sayle Propane service technician or emergency personnel tests for escaped propane. NEVER test for propane using an open flame. Only suitable leak detection devices should be used. Your Sayle Propane service technician will check all of your appliances and re-light any gas pilots when the leak situation has been fixed.
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It’s never a good idea to let your propane tank run out of gas – not just because it will interrupt your heating service (which will cost you money to restart), but also because it creates significant safety risks for your propane-powered home.
Here are three things that could happen if you let your propane tank run out. As you’ll see, it’s simply not worth the risk:
Any interruption in service, including a costly out-of-gas call, requires that a qualified technician performs a leak test – paid for by you – to meet state and federal code requirements (National Fuel Gas Code Section 4.2.1/4.2)
If you run out or propane, please call us immediately to schedule your next delivery and federally-mandated leak test.