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Propane Safety

Superior Propane has tips to help you protect your home or business

propane safety arizonaSuperior Propane has generations of experience in serving the propane needs of homes and businesses here in northern Arizona. We see our customers not just as account numbers in a computer but as our friends and neighbors. With that in mind, we have always maintained the highest standards for safety when it comes to propane delivery and service.

What to do if you smell gas

We are dedicated to consumer safety, we want you to know what you need to do so you can protect your loved ones, your home or your business if you smell gas in any building, RV, camper or area near propane gas equipment.

Propane is naturally odorless, but an odorant is added to make it easy to detect, the smell is often likened to that of rotten eggs.

The steps we provide here are essential for protecting not only property, but lives. These steps need to be taken without delay if you do detect the rotten-egg smell of gas.

The Propane Education & Research Council (PERC) made the below learning modules to help you learn about safely dealing with propane appliances for home heating, cooking food and more. Click on the modules below to review the topics and get started with learning more about propane safety.

Safety Modules

What is Propane?
What to Do If You Smell Gas
Can You Smell It?
Maintaining Your Propane Appliance
Carbon Monoxide Safety
Lighting Pilot Lights
Running Out of Gas
Using Space Heaters Safely
Safe Grilling
Small Cylinder Transportation and Storage
Power Outages
Flood Preparedness
Spring/Summer Weather Safety
Winter Storm Preparedness
Wildfire Preparedness