14244 Dover Crescent Rd
Crescent, OK 73028
If you detect a gas leak, do not change the environment, immediately evacuate everyone from the house and go to your tank and cut the gas off located under the dome on the top of your tank (looks like a water faucet knob) – turn completely to the right and call us at 405.969.3526 from outside.
Learn what propane smells like. Propane retailers have scratch-and-sniff pamphlets to help your family recognize its distinctive odor.
Know where gas lines are located, so you won’t damage them when digging or working in the yard.
Don’t store cleaning fluids, oil-soaked rags, gasoline, or other flammable liquids near a gas-burning appliance where vapors could be ignited by the pilot light.
Industry Efforts to Safeguard Propane Use:
GAS Check® is an inspection program developed by the National Propane Gas Association (NPGA) and the Propane Education & Research Council (PERC), that provides guidelines to technicians on how to perform two different types of residential safety inspections:
A “Gas System Check” which can be completed on the gas delivery system, including the containers, regulators, and appurtenances
A “Gas Appliance System Check” which includes all of the items of a “Gas Systems Check” as well as on all propane-burning appliances. GAS Check® also educates homeowners on the safe use of propane and the maintenance of propane appliances.
The Certified Employee Training Program (CETP) developed by NPGA and is a training program used extensively throughout the country by people involved in the handling of propane, equipment, and appliances.
Running out of gas is NOT safe. If you run out of gas, an appliance may be left on. Therefore, we are required to do a leak check before we can refill your tank.
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WHAT IF I SMELL GAS?
Indications of a possible gas leak include:
Unusual (rotten egg) odor inside or near the pipeline outdoors. Propane has an odor similar to rotten eggs so that even the smallest leaks can be detected.
Hissing noise, bubbles in water puddles, dirt being blown into the air, or dead discolored vegetation near an underground pipeline.
Quick tips to avoid a gas leak:
Know where gas lines are located, so you won’t damage them when digging or working in the yard. If your tank is located where snow drifts, make sure to clear snow away from regulators and lines. Always cap unused lines, even if they have shut off valves.
Care and Maintenance of Appliances:
If you install new appliances, call your provider so they can update their information and preform a leak test.
Always follow Manufactures recommendations. Change or clean furnace filters regularly as recommended by the manufacturer. Never store cleaning fluids, oil-soaked rags, gasoline, or other flammable liquids near a gas-burning appliance where vapors could be ignited by the pilot light.