There are a lot of benefits to using propane over other fuels, such as gas. For example, a propane tank is more puncture resistant than tanks filled with gasoline, ethanol or methanol. Propane also has the lowest flammability ranting of all alternative fuels and will not ignite until the air reaches a minimum of 940 degrees Fahrenheit. However, there are still a number of safety tips that you should follow.
The following are a few tips to follow to ensure that you are using your propane in a safe manner:
Keeping your propane tank filled is very important. Whether you need to refill the propane tank of your outdoor grill, your patio heater or your fireplace, you can turn to us.
All of our technicians are carefully trained to properly and safely refill propane tanks. They are all up to date on all related codes and safety issues. Keep in mind that propane tanks can only be used for 12 years before they need to be recertified or replaced. Be sure to contact us at Woolley Home Solutions today if you need your propane tank refilled or replaced.
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