How To Identify a Propane Leak

It’s Important to Understand These Propane Safety Tips for Recognizing a Gas Leak

propane leak north carolina Propane is one of the cleanest, more efficient, and most versatile fuels available to homeowners today. In fact, roughly 50 million American homes use propane in some capacity, whether fueling a couple of household appliances or providing whole-home heating and hot water.

At LG Jordan Oil Co., we are proud to deliver premium propane, as well as install and service propane appliances right here in Wake, Chatham, and nearby counties of North Carolina. In our day-to-day operations, we uphold the highest safety standards in the business. It’s why we want to ensure that you know how to identify a propane leak and—if one occurs in your home—how to respond appropriately.

Recognizing the Smell of Propane

Propane does not have a natural smell. Manufacturers add an odorant to it so you can more easily identify it in case of a leak. People describe the odor as that of rotting eggs, dead animals, or a skunk’s spray.

Symptoms of Gas Exposure

If you suffer from allergies or respiratory illness, you might not be able to smell a gas leak as easily. So, it’s crucial to recognize the physical symptoms of gas exposure. These symptoms include headache, dizziness, nausea, fatigue, trouble breathing, skin discoloration, blisters and irritation of the eyes and throat. Exposure can lead to loss of consciousness and death in extreme cases.

How to React in the Event of a Propane Leak

If you smell propane or notice gas exposure symptoms, you must act as quickly as possible. Here are the steps to take:

  • Get everyone out of the home or affected area IMMEDIATELY.
  • Don’t touch lamps, light switches, cell phones or other devices that can create a spark.
  • Extinguish any cigarettes, candles, or other open flames.
  • Close the propane supply valve on your main tank if it is safe to do so.
  • Once you’re at a safe distance from the leak, call 911 and your propane company.
  • Wait until emergency services or your propane technicians give the all-clear before returning.

When a propane system is turned off—regardless of the underlying reason—a propane technician must inspect and pressure-test it before turning it back on. The technician will check all propane appliances and relight their pilots.

Tools and Information You Need for Safe Propane Use

As the Boy Scouts always advise: Be prepared!

Here are some precautionary measures you can take to ensure your home and family are ready in case a gas leak occurs.

  • Prominently post important phone numbers, like local emergency services and your propane provider for quick, easy access in the event of trouble.
  • Learn how to shut off the propane supply to your home. (We can show you how to do this—just ask us how!)
  • Install UL-listed gas detectors in your home to alert you to a propane leak. It’s also crucial that you have carbon monoxide detectors on each level of your home and outside each bedroom.
  • Speak to your family about recognizing a gas leak and ensure everyone knows how to respond correctly.

LG Jordan is always there to inspect and service your propane-fired equipment to confirm that it’s working correctly and efficiently. Contact us today to request service.

Why It’s NOT a Smart Idea to Install Your Own Gas Appliances

Always Leave it to the Local Professionals to Install Your Propane or Gas Appliances

gas appliances north carolina At LG Jordan Oil Co., we sell and install a range of propane appliances for families in Wake, Chatham, Harnett, and surrounding counties in North Carolina. These include fireplace products, firepits, and space heaters. Propane also powers top-of-the-line cooking and clothes-drying appliances. Our team of expert service technicians is always happy to install gas appliances for our customers!

Unfortunately, we hear that people sometimes cut corners after buying a gas appliance and either try to install it themselves or have an untrained worker install it on the cheap.

The small amount of money you might save comes at a significant expense in safety, reliability, and long-term costs.

Never Skimp on Safety

When it comes to installing a gas-powered appliance, training is crucial. The technicians at LG Jordan Oil. Co. are all trained and experienced in gas installations.

Homeowners should be aware that these installations can become quite complex. A misstep in the setup could result in costly repairs and risk the safety and well-being of everyone in the home.

Propane and natural gas are flammable and present significant explosion risks if there’s a leak. Moreover, gas accumulation can lead to symptoms including dizziness, nausea, and asphyxiation.

There’s More to Installing Gas Appliances than a Simple Hookup

Gas appliances often necessitate a new vent pipe, flue installation, or connection to an existing one. Getting this ventilation right is essential. Certified professionals know what guidelines and regulations must be followed when dealing with gas appliance installations. Home repair amateurs are unlikely to possess this type of knowledge.

For the installation of your new appliance, you’ll likely need to have a gas line installed or extended. This is also a job that always requires a professional for safety and peace of mind!

Getting Rid of Your Old Appliances

If you’re replacing an outdated or struggling appliance, you must find a way to dispose of it. This can be cumbersome in the best of circumstances. You might need to pay someone to haul the oversized item away. When you bring in a professional installer, though, they remove the old appliance for you.

Don’t Forget Permits and Inspections!

Depending on your region and the type of appliance you’re installing, there may be a permit required. In many cases, only a certified professional can apply for this permit.

Some installations call for an inspection to ensure the new appliance is up to code. In all these cases, a professional is essential.

You Could Risk Losing Your Coverage.

If the installation doesn’t have the necessary permit or inspection, your household insurance may not provide protection.

When it comes to the future sale of the property, its past installations have a significant impact. Home inspectors will note any unpermitted gas appliances. This can negatively affect your closing.

Don’t get stuck with a subpar or unsafe gas appliance installation. Get in touch with the LG Jordan team or drop by our showroom in Apex. We’ll be happy to help you get setup right away.

What Are the Different Types of Diesel Fuel?

Diesel Fuel Has Many Uses for Transportation On- and Off-Road!

diesel supplier north carolina If you don’t manage a farm, construction site, or fleet of trucks you probably don’t interact with diesel all that often. As a diesel delivery company in Wake, Chatham, and surrounding counties, LG Jordan Oil Co.’s team often needs to parse the differences between off-road diesel, on-road diesel, and other similar fuels.

Diesel fuel is a distillate fuel oil primarily derived from crude oil. It’s used in large vehicles like freight trucks and buses but also boats, trains and a range of off-road vehicles and equipment. Pretty much all diesel in the U.S. is low-sulfur.

Here is a primer on the different types of diesel fuel.

What is the Difference Between On-Road and Off-Road Diesel?

There is very little difference between on-road and off-road diesel besides how they look and how they are sold and taxed.

On-road diesel is undyed. You can purchase it at gas stations from a pump, and it is subject to taxes and fees that can often be relatively high. On-road diesel is the only diesel that can be used for fleet fueling.

Off-road diesel is dyed red and, as the name suggests, cannot be used for road vehicles. It’s used in power generation, space heating, forklifts, farm equipment, and much more. Off-road diesel is often much less expensive since it isn’t subject to the same taxes. However, tou cannot buy it at the pump.

Are There Any Other Kinds of Diesel?

Although on-road diesel and off-road diesel are the two primary designations, there are other kinds of fuel that fall into the category of diesel. For example:

  • Winterized fuel can be a blend of diesel, light distillates and kerosene. These blends may have reduced fuel economy, but they are also less susceptible to “gelling” in extremely low temperatures.
  • Biodiesel is a gallon-for-gallon replacement for petroleum diesel. It’s made with recycled and organic materials like used cooking oil, soybean oil, animal fats and algae. It is an eco-friendlier alternative.

How is Diesel Different from Gasoline?

While diesel and gasoline both come from crude oil, diesel is denser. It won’t evaporate in the air like gas, and it has a much longer shelf life.

Gasoline and diesel engines work differently, too. While they are both internal combustion engines, diesel engines must apply pressure and heat to fuel for combustion, while gas-powered engines only need air and a spark. That’s because gasoline is flammable, and diesel isn’t. Diesel combustion produces 10 to 20 percent more energy than gasoline combustion.

How Are Off-Road Diesel and Heating Oil Different?

Heating oil and red-dyed off-road diesel are effectively the same product. However, much of the heating oil used in American homes today also contains biodiesel. This significantly reduces the climate impact of burning heating oil.

Whether you are a homeowner who uses heating oil, a transportation company needing on-road diesel, or a farm using off-road diesel, LG Jordan can lend a hand. Get in touch with us to find out how we can provide the perfect diesel fuel solution for you.

How Do Gas Log Sets Work?

Update Your Fireplace and Revitalize Your Living Space!

fireplace installation north carolina When the temperatures begin inching their way down during an early North Carolina winter, do you have home heating solutions to keep comfortable? Do you a fireplace that sits unused every winter? Wouldn’t it be nice to have a roaring fire in the hearth on frigid winter nights?

Unfortunately, that’s easier said than done. Even if you have a working woodburning fireplace, setting up a fire is no simple matter. You need to hoist in firewood and get down on your hands and knees to light the flame. Don’t get too comfortable, though; you’ll be adding logs all night. And when it’s time to turn in, you need to make sure all the embers are out.

Then, there’s the cleanup, which is an endeavor in itself!

At LG Jordan Oil Co., we sell and install multiple convenient and easy-too-use gas fireplace options! Using clean, efficient propane, you can enjoy all the comfort, ambiance, and convenience of a fireplace with a top-of-the-line gas log set.

What is a Gas Log Set?

A gas log set can go in just about any existing fireplace. It is a set of ceramic logs with pipes running through them to deliver a stream of propane gas. When ignited, these logs burn continuously with a steady, beautiful propane flame. Most gas logs are controlled with a knob, remote or another no-stress mechanism.

Are There Different Kinds of Gas Logs?

You can divide gas logs into two categories: vented and vent-free.

Vented gas logs require a fireplace with a working chimney to vent byproducts of propane combustion. They have larger, more realistic flames, but some of their heat will escape out your chimney.

Vent-free gas logs don’t require an open chimney and are subject to more regulations. Their flames are smaller, but they deliver more heat into your living space.

What are the Benefits of Gas Log Sets?

A gas log set is one of the best investments you can make for your home comfort, quality of life and property value. Here are some of their incredible benefits:

  • Convenience: You’ll enjoy instantaneous flames without the work. When you’re done, just turn off the gas log and call it a night!
  • Safety: You don’t need to worry about loose embers or logs. Additionally, propane flames are much cleaner than burning wood, which emits fine particulate matter.
  • Maintenance: Because propane is so clean burning, you won’t have to clean your chimney as often.
  • Curb Appeal: A gas log can make your home more appealing to prospective buyers. The National Association of Realtors estimated a working fireplace could increase a home’s market value by up to $12,000.

Let LG Jordan Install Gas Logs for You this Winter Season!

The team at LG Jordan Oil Co. installs more gas logs—and other hearth products —than just about any company in Wake, Chatham, and surrounding counties. If you’re ready to boost your quality of life with a high-efficiency gas log set, our technicians can help you choose a great product you can enjoy for years to come.

Come by our Apex showroom or contact us to arrange an appointment. You can also call us for more information or a basic consultation.

Propane Safety Reminders For The Heating Season

Stay Safe This Winter

safety with propane north carolinaPropane appliances can really help improve your quality of life—especially in the winter when the incredible efficiency of propane equipment can keep your family warm no matter what Mother Nature has in store for us here in North Carolina. But like any source of home energy, propane can be dangerous if proper care isn’t taken when operating or servicing your equipment.

Please keep in mind the following five (5) propane safety tips as winter roars in during the weeks and months ahead:

1. Never service your own propane equipment.

Propane appliance repair is never a DIY job – poor service or improper modifications to equipment can result in injury, damage to your equipment, or exposure to dangerous risks for your family. If you suspect your equipment is not working properly or needs attention, always call in the pros.

2. Remember what to do if you smell gas.

Remember: a propane gas leak smells like rotten eggs. Teach everyone in your house how to detect a propane leak, and to do the following if they smell propane in your home:

  • Leave the area immediately.
  • Avoid all flames or sparks, including lights, appliances, phones, or cell phones, which could ignite the gas and trigger an explosion.
  • If you can, shut off the gas at the main valve on your tank—turn the valve clockwise.
  • Call us, or 911 from a safe area.
  • Stay away until help arrives.

3.Sign up for Automatic Delivery to avoid runouts.

Running out of propane can be more than simply a hassle – it can be dangerous. It can also be costly: remember, if you shut down your propane gas supply for any reason, the law requires you to hire a licensed professional to restart your system. What is the best way to avoid fuel runouts? Sign up for FREE Automatic Propane Delivery from LG Jordan.

4.Be sensible. Take smart steps to keep your family safe.

  • Don’t store cleaning fluids and flammable substances near your propane tanks.
  • Clean furnace filters regularly.
  • Keep external vents free of debris to prevent carbon monoxide (CO) build-up.
  • Install CO detectors at every level of your home and test them every year.
  • Get preventative maintenance for your heating equipment every year.
  • When in doubt about your propane appliances, contact us for service.

5.Use increased caution when utilizing space heating solutions:

  • Never leave a space heater on when you go to sleep.
  • Don’t place a space heater close to any sleeping person.
  • Never use gasoline in a kerosene space heater, as even small amounts of gasoline mixed with kerosene can increase the risk of fire.
  • Don’t use portable propane space heaters indoors or in any confined space unless they are specifically designed for indoor use.
  • Never use your oven, grill, or clothes dryer to heat your home.  This could cause a fire or dangerous carbon monoxide gas.

Stay safe this heating season! Contact us today if you have any questions about safety for your North Carolina home.

Is Natural Gas Piping Different From Propane?

Understanding the Difference Between Two Different Gas Line Hookups

natural gas vs propane north carolina As a company that handles both propane delivery and natural gas hookups, the team at LG Jordan Oil Co. has a good background on the difference between these two fuels. Customers sometimes ask us if we use the same piping for both. WE DO NOT because natural gas and propane are different and require different lines to deliver fuel to your home’s heating, hot water, and appliances.

To get you more familiar, here is a rundown of how propane and natural gas differ…and how that affects the pipes that bring it to equipment in your North Carolina home.

How is Natural Gas Different from Propane?

While propane is a coproduct of natural gas extraction and production, they are quite different fuels under the microscope. Here are a few significant differences:

  • Composition. Propane is denser than air and is compressed into a liquid for packaging and transportation. Natural gas—which is primarily composed of methane—is lighter than air.
  • Delivery. Natural gas is delivered to American homes through a utility’s pipe system, so you need access to a utility. Propane travels in trucks and is stored in on-site tanks and cylinders.
  • Heat Production. Propane produces more than double the heat per cubic foot as natural gas.

Natural Gas Piping vs. Propane Piping

That difference in heat production means that piping for natural gas is sized differently than propane piping. Propane piping has a smaller diameter because you use less of this fuel for the same amount of heat generation.

As a result, a home with propane piping is not equipped for natural gas. We would need to change it out for piping with a larger diameter. As you can imagine, this also affects the connections and valves for regulators and other hardware. They need to be replaced too.

Connecting a Home for Natural Gas vs. Propane

As mentioned before, you need access to a utility for a natural gas hookup, making this option a nonstarter for many rural area households. If you do have access to a utility, you can expect to spend at least $2,000 to connect your home—and likely even more than that. Plus, the more appliances you need to connect, the more expensive it gets. Installing and connecting a propane tank can be noticeably less expensive, especially if you’re leasing your tank from a propane company.

LG Jordan is Your Local Propane and Natural Gas Partner!

Whether you’re installing propane or natural gas connections in your home, you need to have trained, licensed, and experienced professionals handle the job. At LG Jordan, we’ve set up many families throughout Wake, Chatham, and surrounding counties with natural gas services.

We’ve also helped many households make the change to propane, too! Our technicians work with you to find the best propane tank for your family and ensure that it’s installed safely and quickly. Then, you’ll have an energy partner to make reliable provide propane tank refill visits, so you’re kept comfortable all year long.

Contact us for a free consultation on our propane or natural gas services. Our team is standing by and ready to get started.

What is Propane Gas?

Answering Common Questions About Propane

propane company north carolina From our home base in Apex, NC, and throughout the Tar Heel State, our customers rely on propane for their home comfort. But often, we get questions about what this fuel is made of, where it comes from, and why it costs the price that it does.

We’re more than happy to answer these questions!

Today, around 50 million American homes use propane in some capacity, with about 12 million using it for either heating or hot water. It makes sense to wonder what this efficient, versatile fuel is!

What Is Propane Made Of?

Propane is a coproduct of natural gas and oil extraction. Sometimes called liquefied petroleum gas or LPG, it’s a gas that can be compressed as a liquid for storage and transportation.

Propane is nontoxic, colorless, and has no smell. Producers add an odorant to make it more readily identifiable. Homeowners use propane for heating, hot water, cooking, clothes drying and various amenities. Commercially, propane powers forklifts, temp heating, farm equipment, buses, and fleet vehicles.

Where Does Propane Come From?

Propane comes from the same wells that extract natural gas and oil. No additional drilling is necessary! Other natural liquid fuels from these wells include ethane, butane, isobutane, and pentane. But propane is the most plentiful.

Almost all the propane you use in your home comes from the United States. In fact, the U.S. exports more propane than we use.

How is Propane Different from Natural Gas?

The primary component of natural gas is methane, which has a lower density than propane. Methane is lighter than air. Propane is heavier. That’s why natural gas usually rises, and propane often settles. Propane is liquid when it travels in our trucks for home propane delivery. It isn’t reliant on utility lines, as natural gas is. When you power your home systems and appliances with propane, you control your fuel storage with an on-site propane tank.

Propane and natural gas also significantly differ in their heating capacity and environmental impact.

Why is Propane a Great Home Fuel Choice?

Propane has so many benefits for your home. It’s energy-efficient and versatile. Today’s propane-fired heating systems can have over 90 percent efficiency, meaning you lose almost no heat energy when you use it.

And propane produces a lot of heat! One cubic foot of propane generates 2,520 Btu’s, more than double the heating power of natural gas. You’ll use less fuel to heat your home and water, cook or dry laundry.

And there’s no contest when comparing propane equipment to electric equipment:

  • Propane furnaces and boilers heat homes more powerfully than electric heat pumps.
  • Propane water heaters cost up to 30 percent less to run than electric models.
  • Propane clothes dryers will dry your laundry 25 percent faster than electric dryers.

Is Propane Eco-Friendly?

Propane is incredibly clean burning. The U.S. Department of Energy’s 1992 National Energy Policy listed it as an alternative fuel. Propane produces fewer carbon dioxide emissions than any home fuel besides natural gas. And unlike natural gas, it is methane-free. Propane contains virtually no particulate matter, a known carcinogen.

Are you ready to see how propane can transform your home’s comfort? Get in touch with LG Jordan to learn more.

Finding the Best Fueling Solutions for Your Outdoor Propane Grill

grill cylinder refill north carolinaAt LG Jordan Oil Co., we install and service a range of grills and outdoor kitchens thanks to our in-house staff of propane and gas professionals. It’s why households throughout Wake, Chatham, Durham, Harnett, Johnston, Orange, and Lee counties trust us to get their outdoor cooking setups on track!

Propane-fired grills offer optimal heating power and temperature control. They enable you to cook to perfection everything from a rack of spareribs to a fillet of salmon. But what is the best way to fuel your new, top-of-the-line grill? Several propane—and natural gas—options are available, and the LG Jordan team can help you determine the best one for your home.

Can I Connect My Grill to My Home’s Propane Tank?

You can connect an outdoor grill to the stationary propane tank that powers your home’s heating, hot water, indoor cooking or other appliances and amenities. Doing so means that you’ll never have to refill or exchange a propane cylinder, but there are also so things to bear in mind:

  • Increased fuel usage: You’ll deplete your home’s propane faster, requiring more propane deliveries. And if you happen to leave your grill’s burners open by mistake, you could face some pricy (and unsafe) fuel losses.
  • Greater risk of a gas leak: Mice, bugs, squirrels, and other backyard pests can chew up the line connecting your grill and tank, causing a gas leak, and requiring a visit from our team to repair the issue.
  • Lost mobility: Popular freestanding grills have wheels and can be moved on your property, but not if your grill is permanently connected to a stationary tank.

Considering these potential safety, convenience, and monetary issues, it’s often best to get a portable propane tank, or cylinder, for your grill, though the choice is up to you!

What Portable Propane Tank Size Do Grills Use?

The 20-pound tank (also called a 5-gallon tank) is the most common portable propane tank for grills. This is the standard size you often find at home stores, gas stations and hardware stores. These cylinders have the benefit of being easily transported and stored.

You should ensure that you’re following safety procedures when handling propane cylinders:

  • Exchange or refill your cylinders filled right before going home.
  • Transport and store cylinders upright and safely secured.
  • Check your cylinders regularly for dents, corrosion, rust, and other damage.
  • Keep your cylinders in an open-air environment, away from flames and out of extreme heat.

Is It Better to Refill or Exchange a Grill’s Propane Tank?

It’s almost always cheaper to refill your grill’s propane than to exchange it. When you refill a propane tank, you only purchase the propane being added. If you swap the tank for a filled tank, you lose any remaining fuel in the tank you turned in. Even an “empty” tank can have some marginal fuel left in it—over a few exchanges, that can add up fast!

At LG Jordan’s showroom in Apex, we offer propane tank refills for 20-pound cylinders, as well as 30-, 40- or 100-pound cylinders. We’ll fill your portable tank with more fuel than you would receive in an exchange, and we can also inspect and recertify it for safety.

Need more information about propane for your outdoor kitchen or grill? Contact the LG Jordan team. We’re always ready to help.

What Is Bulk Propane?

From Hospitality to Construction to Agriculture—Propane is a Vital Commercial Fuel!

bulk propane north carolinaPropane is widely popular among homeowners and businesses for its efficiency, convenience, low emissions, and versatility.

If your company, farm, worksite or municipality uses bulk propane, you’ll need the dependable bulk propane services from LG Jordan Oil Co. We’ve provided North Carolina commercial ventures of all sizes with responsive, personalized fuel service since 1924. Our family of customers includes:

  • Hotels, resorts, and restaurants
  • Warehouse and distribution centers
  • Laundromats
  • Farms, greenhouses, and other agricultural businesses
  • Manufacturing and construction

Here are some of the ways we keep Tar Heel State businesses running with our world-class bulk propane service:

Propane-Fired Commercial Appliances

Countless businesses depend on high-capacity propane-fired equipment to serve customers and keep their operations running smoothly. We deliver the propane—and provide on-site fuel storage solutions —to run:

  • Cooking equipment for eateries and cafeterias
  • Commercial clothes dryers for hotels and laundromats
  • Hot water systems for hotels, schools, and hospitals
  • Gas fireplaces, fire pits, outdoor heaters, and lighting for resorts and event spaces

Propane Power Generation

With our region’s electric grid becoming less reliable every year, many essential businesses rely on propane generators for backup power. Propane generators have tangible advantages over gasoline options. Propane has a nearly unlimited shelf life, and you don’t need to access a gas station—which might be closed without electricity—to fuel up.

Hospitals, schools and assisted living facilities count on LG Jordan for generator fuel. So do companies with server rooms that can’t afford to be without electricity. Independent power generation is essential for customers in remote areas, where power outages can stretch multiple days.

Dependable Portable Heating Solutions

You must be ready at your exposed construction site when the temperature drops suddenly. With propane heating, you can protect your employees from harm. You can also keep your project on schedule since reliable, robust propane heat ensures that compound, plaster, and paint adhere well — even in bitterly cold conditions.

Agricultural Uses for Propane

Farms, greenhouses, orchards—all of them depend on LG Jordan’s commercial propane services for:

  • Heating systems for barns, poultry houses, and other outbuildings
  • Propane weed burners
  • Propane crop-drying equipment
  • Backup power generators

If you’re in need of a dependable bulk propane provider, reach out to the LG Jordan team. We can create a customized propane delivery plan with your business’s needs in mind.

Leveraging Technology to Ensure Your Propane Tank Never Runs Out

propane monitor north carolinaAt LG Jordan Oil Co., our number one priority is making sure that our North Carolina customers stay safe and comfortable. The last thing we want is for your shower to turn cold or the flame on your gas range to go out because your propane tank just ran out of fuel.

For most propane delivery customers, automatic delivery offers a no-stress way to prevent runouts. With this free program, you’ll never need to check your tank gauge on cold nights or worry about whether you have enough propane when a storm is rolling in.

Unfortunately, any automatic fuel ordering service has limitations. The biggest one is that we estimate your usage based on your customer history and the weather. But some variables could affect these estimates:

  • Have you built an extension to your home?
  • Are your kids home more days out of the week?
  • Do you now have elderly relatives living in the house full-time?

Happily, there’s a simple way to remove all uncertainty from your delivery schedule. A wireless propane tank monitor provides accurate, up-to-the-minute data on your fuel levels. And both you and LG Jordan can benefit from it!

What is a Wireless Tank Monitor—And How Do I Use It?

When LG Jordan’s team installs a wireless monitor on your propane tank—a process that takes only a matter of minutes—you can check your fuel levels remotely, wherever you are. It doesn’t matter if you just rolled over in bed or landed in Orlando for a vacation with the family. You’ll know exactly how much propane is in your storage tank!

A propane tank monitor uses your wireless network to transmit your tank level information to our delivery team. You can also view this information via a free smartphone app. We’ll all know exactly when you’re ready for a propane delivery—with 100 percent certainty.

What are the Key Benefits of Tank Monitoring?

We recommend that all our propane customers take advantage of our tank monitoring program, but it’s especially useful for people with rental properties or hosts on Airbnb and VRBO. With wireless monitoring, you can be confident that your guests or renters have the fuel they need without stopping by the property.

Monitoring is also good for homeowners with less consistent fuel use. This might be because you’re away from home for long stretches, or on the opposite end of the spectrum because you regularly host large groups at your house or power multiple propane-fueled appliances with differing levels of usage.

Do you have questions about our tank monitoring program? Are you ready to install a monitor today? Contact us to speak to an LG Jordan team member who can help you get started.