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Important Propane Safety Information

Pico Propane makes it a priority to keep your family—and your home—safe.

propane safetyAt Pico Propane, we care about your safety and want you to have all the information you need to keep your family and friends safe as well. With that in mind, it’s our welcomed duty to maintain the highest safety standards for tank installation, propane delivery and equipment service.

Our safety standards are based on federal, state and local regulations, combined with the propane industry’s own high safety standards. We’re proud of our safety record and confident in our practices.

Still, it’s important to us that you are educated about best practices when it comes to propane in your home. We want you to know what to do if you have a safety concern. The most common concern is detecting the smell of gas.

People often associate the smell of propane with that of rotten eggs—and that’s no accident. In fact, an odorant is added to propane so it’s easy to identify a leak or other issue. If you detect this rotten-egg smell, it’s important that you act quickly and follow the steps we’ve provided here.

What steps should I take if I smell gas?

Learn more about all aspects of propane safety from the videos below, created by the Propane Education & Research Council (PERC).

At Pico Propane, your safety is our priority. Let us know if you’d like more information about propane safety, our delivery options, appliance services or tank installation. Just contact us through our website or give us a call.