Critical Tips To Staying Safe If You Smell Propane.
If you smell propane, follow this guide to keeping your property and family safe:
- Extinguish All Flames
Put out cigarettes, turn off the grill, and don’t operate lights, appliances, electrical switches, telephones, or even cell phones.
- Evacuate The Area
Get everyone out of the building or area where you suspect a leak – send kids to a neighbor’s house or down the street to wait for you.
- Shut Off The Gas
If you can safely access the main gas supply valve, rotate it clockwise to turn off the gas.
- Report The Leak
Once you are away from the area, give us a call anytime, day or night. If you cannot reach our team, call 911.
- Stay Away
Do not return to your home or property until a propane professional has determined it is safe to do so.
- Schedule A Gas System Check
We’ll do this when we visit your property to ensure all gas lines and equipment are in proper working order.
We’re There For You When The Unexpected Happens.
A propane gas leak isn’t a regular occurrence, but it can happen. When digging in your backyard, you can puncture an underground gas line. Sometimes a pipe fitting or pressure regulator can fail on a gas piping system. Give us a call to have your gas lines marked free of charge before starting any outdoor project and remember, when the unexpected happens, we’re there for you with the same expert guidance and repair we’ve been providing since 1952. Our professional team has decades of experience installing, repairing, and testing equipment to keep you and your family safe.
24/7 Emergency Service When You Need It.
We provide emergency services to all of our propane customers in North Carolina. Whether you call when we’re open or after hours, you’ll speak with a representative of our company who can direct your call to the appropriate person. Our experienced technicians schedule immediate support, service and a delivery, if necessary, to ensure your home is safe and secure. Ready to learn more? Contact Euliss Propane today.