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Questions to Ask a Propane Company

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Ask the Right Questions With Our Propane Company Checklist

Propane is a safe and efficient fuel when used properly. However, if not used properly, it can be dangerous. The following is a list of questions that you should ask your propane company to ensure they are keeping your home and family safe. If your company cannot answer “Yes” to these important questions, chances are they are cutting corners and putting you and your family at risk. Contact Gas Production Co Inc today.

The associations provide vital safety updates to its members and also keep the propane companies up-to-date on the newest technologies and procedures.

The CETP is a program that ensures a company’s technicians are properly trained and up-to-date on the latest safety and technical procedures.
The Gas Check program is a method of checking your system for leaks and verifying all of your gas appliances are operating properly. The leak test includes a pressure test of your entire system to verify leaks are not present. You also receive valuable training on how to detect gas leaks and what to do in case of an emergency.
Many gas companies’ services end where the gas line hooks to your house. In those cases, you will have to pay two separate companies to diagnose a single problem. A company that is licensed to repair your appliances and work on your indoor gas lines will provide better service.
State law requires that a delivery ticket that is stamped by a calibrated meter be supplied to customers after delivery of their fuel. In addition, receipts for payment should always be provided.
Working with a company that is licensed and insured protects you.
The BBB process complaints from consumers and develops business reviews on companies for use by consumers.
It is vital that emergency personnel can easily contact your propane company in case of emergency. Your company’s contact information should be prominently displayed on their tank.
If you have a gas leak or another emergency, your company should be prepared to respond in a timely manner.
Nothing is more frustrating than calling a business only to have to leave a message during normal business hours.
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