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How To Stay Safe With Propane

Propane safety is easy with simple tips

safe propane use north carolinaPropane safety is simple, so long as fuel providers and customers both abide by basic guidelines. For Rose Oil customers, the safety education process begins with knowing that our experienced professionals are extensively and continuously trained on how to handle propane with care.

We maintain strict standards to ensure the safety of our customers and their property. Read on to learn tips you can employ for peace of mind that your propane – and your family’s safety – are in good hands with Rose Oil.

Top propane safety council guides our process

While customers don’t typically handle much propane equipment – our experts take care of that – educating our customers provides an extra layer of protection in the rare event that something goes wrong, such as a propane leak. The Propane Education and Research Council (PERC) has many resources to help our customers learn more about safely dealing with propane appliances, whether you’re cooking food or running a hot water heater.

What to do if you smell gas

As part of our commitment to safety, we want you to know how to protect yourself and the people around you if you smell gas in your home, business, RV, fleet vehicle or area near gas equipment. There’s no need to panic-that never helps anything, does it? Instead, should you ever smell gas, follow these imperative, life-saving steps immediately.

Get propane peace of mind with Rose Oil experts on your side

At Rose Oil, we’re dedicated to consumer safety when it comes to propane. Become a customer today to learn more about how you can depend on our experts to make your safety their top priority.