Using propane and propane appliances like heating systems, water heaters, fireplaces and ranges enhance the quality of life in your North Carolina home.
However, you need to use your nose, and use your smarts, to keep your family safe when using propane in your home.
Why is your nose so important? It’s because your nose is your first line of defense when it comes to propane safety. Propane gas has no odor on its own. That’s why propane manufacturers add a chemical to it to make the propane gas smell like rotten eggs. That makes detecting a propane leak easier, and faster.
Do you know what to do if you smell that rotten-egg smell in your home? This is where your smarts come in. Don’t panic, but you do need to act quickly and follow propane safety precautions.
Make sure you practice propane safety in your home with these tips: