Propane Safety

Written on: August 22, 2022

Things You Should Know

propane tips north carolinaFamily matters at Briles Oil & Gas. And when you’re a Briles Oil & Gas customer, we treat you like family. Family looks out for each other. Safety matters. From water heaters to grills to pool heaters, chances are you’re getting a lot of mileage out of the propane appliances in and around your North Carolina home. It’s always a good time to remind yourself of best practices when it comes to propane safety. And if you haven’t yet, make sure that everyone in your household knows what to do if they smell gas.

A Safe Choice

Propane has a great safety record. It’s subject to strict government regulations and high industry standards. Every Briles Oil & Gas professional is trained to follow all industry, national, and local regulations when installing propane tanks, and our drivers are kept up to date on the most current and thorough best practices for propane safety. So you can feel good about using propane in your home. And you can feel even better knowing that Briles Oil & Gas is your propane and propane services provider.

Important Safety Instructions

Propane has a great safety track record, but it’s still important to know what to do if you smell gas. And make sure that everyone in your household knows too. Here are the essential steps to take as soon as anyone smells gas:

Briles Oil & Gas

Briles Oil & Gas is a full-service fuel provider you can trust. We’re a family business that treats our customers like family. And we have decades of experience safely delivering propane to homes around Davidson and Randolph counties in North Carolina. Click here to see if we serve your neighborhood.

Contact us today to learn more or to schedule a delivery.