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Propane Safety


  • Please don't bring propane tanks inside the store.
  • We inspect all tanks for certification date and condition before refilling.
  • If the tanks are not valid we are licensed to recertify the tanks at the location for a small fee.
  • Tanks that have a dent, excessive rust, missing collar or foot ring can not be filled by law
  • All grill BBQ cylinders must be equipped with an Overfill Prevention Device (OPD valve).
  • If a tank is found leaking while filling we must keep the tank by law and can not release it back.
  • We purge new tanks. Purging is important as it prevents high internal pressure and opening of the safety valve.
  • Propane smells like a rotten egg, excessive smell might be a sign of leakage. Immediately turn the valve off and calle local fire department.

Transporting Propane tanks

  • Always keep your propane tanks upright and secure when transporting. Tanks should never be laid on the side.
  • Do Not leave the filled tank in the vehicle. Heat and motion can increase pressure to an unsafe level. This may cause the safety valve to vent propane gas and create a flammable, explosive environment.
  • Store and use propane cylinders only in well-ventilated areas and never bring a propane cylinder indoors.

At our Filling station

  • Please follow attendant instructions
  • Please do not bring tanks inside the store
  • While we fill, please be 25 ft. from the dispensing station at all times
  • All vehicles must be unoccupied during the refilling process and all appliances and engines must be turned OFF