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Propane Gas (LPG) is a very safe and versatile fuel. But, as with any energy source, there are steps you should take to further insure your safety:
If you detect a propane gas leak, immediately evacuate everyone from the house and then call the local Fire Department (911) from your cell phone or a neighbor's telephone. After doing that safely, then notify White Mountain Oil & Propane 24 hours a day, at 1-800-600-4728. Do not attempt to repair the leak yourself.
In any case you should familiarize yourself and your family with what propane smells like. Please contact us at 603-356-6386 and ask us to send you the National Propane Gas Association's "Scratch and Sniff" pamphlet to help recognize propane's distinctive odor. Learn where your gas lines are located, so you won't damage them when digging in the yard.
What is Dig Safe? State laws require anyone who digs to notify utility companies before starting, and for good reason. Digging can be dangerous and costly without knowing where underground facilities are located.
For more safety, see our Safety Page
Never store a propane cylinder, of any size, inside a building!