Safety in the Home

Safety is our highest priority. Propane has quite a remarkable safety record, due in large part to the stringent codes and regulations developed by the propane industry and the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA). Statistics compiled by the NFPA indicate that the safest way to heat is with gas.

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2015 Safe Appliance Installation Rebate Program

Did you know you can get a rebate for having propane appliances installed in your home?

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Virtual Home Tour

Virtual Home Tour

You already know that propane works great in the kitchen. But that's just the beginning. Step inside this virtual home to explore all the ways propane can increase the comfort, efficiency, performance and value of your home.

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Interactive Safety Modules

Interactive Safety Modules

Questions about living with propane? Find the answers in our interactive safety modules

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Safe Grilling Tips

Small Cylinder Safety

Learn about the safe storage of propane cylinders.

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IFSI

Propane Basics and Safe Use

Propane is an approved, clean fuel listed in the 1990 Clean Air Act and the Energy Policy Act of 1992. Tests conducted by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency show that propane-fueled vehicles produce 30 percent to 90 percent less carbon monoxide and about 50 percent fewer toxins and other smog-producing emissions than gasoline engines. Propane also is nontoxic, so it’s not harmful to soil or water.

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Storm Safety

Safe Grilling Tips

Grilling with propane is a great way to add flavor to your menu. Explore these tips about the safe use of propane for grilling.

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IFSI

Storm Safety Tips

Expecting a severe weather event? Protect your propane system if the weather turns bad. Before, during, or after severe weather, you may need to take specific action to ensure the continued safe operation of your propane system.

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Industry Efforts

Industry Safety Efforts

Learn about industry-wide efforts to help reduce residential accidents involving propane.

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