Propane Run-Outs, Costly, Risky, and Unnecessary

Posted: April 24, 2017

Empty gauge

Running out of propane gas in your Greene County-area home can be more than just an inconvenience – it can create safety risks and unexpected costs for you, too.

  • An empty tank is more likely to rust – a problem because rust can mask the rotten-egg smell of propane and make a leak more difficult to detect.
  • If you run out of propane, appliance pilot lights will go out – a problem that can be dangerous if not handled by a professional.
  • If you leave a gas line open when recharging your system, a potentially dangerous propane leak can occur.
  • If you have to shut off your propane system for any reason – including a run-out – you are legally required to hire a qualified technician to perform a leak test, which you pay for.

The bottom line: running out of propane gas is more than inconvenient – it is costly and potentially dangerous for your family.

The good news? You can easily avoid run-outs by signing up for FREE automatic propane delivery from Rand Wade Oil.

You’ll never have to look at a gauge or phone for an appointment again – we’ll simply schedule your refill based on how much propane you’ve used in the past and, if you heat your home with propane, the current weather.

Sign up for FREE, convenient automatic propane delivery from Rand Wade Oil today – you’ll avoid risky run-outs and never have to think about managing your propane again! Contact us for details.