How To Safely Transition Your Propane System Between Winter & Spring.

For North Carolina homeowners who rely on a propane system for heating and appliances, the transition from winter to spring means making sure your equipment can meet the demands of the coming months. We’ve got you covered with expert advice to make the transition safe and stress-free.

Inspect & Maintain Your Propane System For Optimal Performance.

Check Your Propane System For Wear & Tear.
Begin the transition from winter to spring by thoroughly inspecting your propane system. Addressing these issues early in the season prevents potential safety hazards and ensures your system is in top condition for spring.

Give Your Propane Appliances Some TLC.
Clean off your propane appliances and tank to remove any dirt, debris or residue that may have accumulated over the winter. This improves their efficiency and reduces their risk of malfunctions or breakdowns.

Schedule Your Annual Maintenance Appointment.
Our expert technicians can help you repair and clean any equipment and prepare it for the warmer months when you schedule a maintenance appointment. Remember to follow the manufacturer’s recommendations for your maintenance schedule!

Manage Your Propane Levels To Stay Prepared With Ample Supply.

Take some time to check the propane levels in your tanks. While you may have heavily relied on your propane supply during the colder months, spring and summer typically require less fuel for heating. We recommend scheduling a fill when your tank reaches 30%.

Protect Your Family With Our Spring Safety Tips.

It’s crucial to prioritize safety measures to safeguard your home and loved ones. Here are our top three safety tips to secure your propane system for the spring:

Securely Your Propane Tanks.
Be sure to properly store your propane tanks upright and in a safe and secure location, away from potential hazards such as heat sources or flammable materials.

Check & Install Carbon Monoxide Detectors.
Install and regularly inspect and test your carbon monoxide (CO) detectors to ensure they are in good working condition. Also, make sure to change those batteries!

Know Your Emergency Procedures.
Familiarize yourself and your loved ones with emergency shut-off procedures for your propane system and utilities to prevent potentially dangerous situations and protect your home and family.

Your Trusted Propane Partner For Reliable Distribution & Service.

For nearly seven decades, we’ve proudly served as your trusted propane distribution, installation and service provider across central North Carolina. Our team upholds rigorous standards to ensure exceptional customer service. Contact us today to learn more about how we can assist you in preparing your propane system for the spring season!

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