To readily recognize a leak, know what propane smells like. Scratch-and-sniff pamphlets are available so that your entire family can recognize the smell. Propane leak detectors, similar to carbon monoxide detectors, are also available.
If you smell a leak, immediately evacuate everyone from the building and call the fire department from your neighbor's phone. DO NOT remain in the building, use the telephone or light switches or try to determine the source of the leak by yourself.
Be aware of where gas service lines are located, especially when working in your yard.
Water can damage the internal safety mechanism in the gas controls of an appliance. If you suspect that your appliance gas controls may have gotten wet (because of flooding, for example), call us to replace them immediately.
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