With decades of experience and generations of service to homes and businesses in Texas and Oklahoma, Symank Energy is dedicated to ensuring that you have the tools you need to stay safe.
When we visit your home or business, we maintain only the highest standards of safety. Our customers are our friends and neighbors—your well-being is our priority. Please keep these tips handy and contact us with any questions.
In its natural state, propane is odorless. In order to make it easy to detect a leak, an odorant is added to it. As you have probably experienced at some point, the smell is comparable to rotten eggs. The instructions listed below can protect your home or your business, but more importantly they can save lives, so please take them to heart.
Here’s what to do if you smell gas in your home or at your place of business.
The Propane Education & Research Council (PERC) has created the propane safety videos listed below to help homeowners and businesses learn about safely dealing with propane appliances. Whether you have one propane appliance or your home or business is fully propane powered, these tips will be invaluable.
At Symank Energy, we take your safety seriously. Contact us for more information about propane safety, propane delivery, propane appliances and propane tanks.