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How to Read a Tank Gauge

Homeowners who call their propane providers to order more gas play a key role in keeping themselves and work crews safe during the COVID-19 crisis.

On the advice of health officials, many propane providers have changed operating hours or procedures for routine duties such as tank filling and service calls.

With more people spending more hours at home, your fuel consumption may have increased because of COVID-19 restrictions. If you run out of propane, your system cannot be restarted until a qualified technician checks for gas leaks. That may require a technician to enter your home, which could be inconvenient for you and impractical if someone in the home is ill or quarantined.

Prevent that from happening by checking your tank gauge regularly and calling your propane supplier when the level drops below 30 percent.

Watch this video to learn the simple steps to monitor supply for your home: Check Your Gauge