Dear Friends, Allied Propane Service remains firmly committed to improving the way we support and serve our valued customers. We always keep an eye on the future by embracing new technologies so we can continue to offer you the best. Here are just some of the exciting developments that have been taking place: We have […]
Q: Why do portable cylinders need to be re-certified? A: Re-certifying your propane cylinder is a simple test that we perform to make sure your portable tank conforms to Department of Transportation safety standards. All portable propane tanks must be re-certified for use if: It has been 12 years or more since the tank was manufactured. It […]
Some of our customers have been expanding their use of propane by adding new appliances. It’s a smart move. Propane has a lot to offer; not only can you use it to heat your home, you can also use it for cooking (inside or out), to dry your clothes, to fuel your fireplace, to heat […]
Use your grill only in well-ventilated areas — never inside a garage or on a covered patio. Your grill should also be placed away from any low-hanging tree branches. Make sure the grill is clean, in order to prevent flare-ups. Also, check hoses for kinks or any deterioration. Keep the cover open until you are […]
Here are some steps to take to make sure you enjoy propane without any problems. Make sure all of your propane appliances are properly vented. Know where your gas lines are. If you paint your tank, use only white or a bright color; it will deflect heat. Do not under any circumstances try to modify […]
Our certified technicians are highly qualified to service your appliances. They will check your tank, lines and valves and ensure that your propane appliances are well vented and functioning properly. And they’ll supply you with thorough safety information, including what to do in the event of a gas leak. Our propane delivery drivers have been […]
There’s no question it’s been a tough winter for our area, with continuing drought conditions combined with unusually cold weather challenging everyone in Northern California — but no one more than our valued customers with farms and vineyards.
We want you to feel good about using propane while knowing that we always have your best interests at heart. With that in mind, here are some tips for staying safe and keeping comfortable. We hope this information gives you more time to relax — and less time worrying.
If you’ve ever run out of gas and we’ve had to perform a pressure check before filling your tank, we may also have done a Gas Appliance System (GAS) Check. But if you’re signed up for automatic delivery, which guarantees you’ll never run out, you may not have had a GAS Check in a while.