Propane Safety
Safety is our number one concern here at Marsh Propane. Please follow the manufactures instructions at all times. If you have any questions call your local Marsh retailer or in case of emergency call: 1-888-239-2308
Safety Tips
  •  If you smell gas, DO NOT light a pilot light.
  •  If you smell gas in the house, shut off the gas line and call your local store. 
  •  Always make sure you have carbon monoxide detectors in your house and that are working properly. 
  •  Maintenance is important! All appliances using propane must be properly maintained in order to operate safely, properly, and efficiently.
  •  Leave it to the experts: Only a qualified service technician has the proper training to install, service, maintain, and repair your appliances. Make sure you have a qualified service technician install and service your appliances.
  •  DO NOT under any circumstances try to modify or repair valves, regulators, connectors, controls, or other appliance and cylinder/tank parts. Doing so creates the risk of a gas leak.
  •  Call an expert. If you are unable to operate any part of your propane system, or if you think an appliance or other device is not operating properly, call your propane retailer or a qualified service technician. They can inspect, adjust, repair, or replace any part of your propane system.
  •  Your propane system is designed for safety. Propane cylinders, tanks, and appliances incorporate special components (such as valves, connectors, controls, burners, and pilot lights) to keep them safe for use. Damaging these components can cause gas leaks.
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