Since 1983, Sierra Propane has provided dependable, professional fuel delivery in New Mexico and Arizona. Our team upholds the highest safety standards to protect our customers. All our delivery drivers and service technicians are fully trained to perform their jobs safely.
This dedication to safety means that we want you to be informed about using propane properly. With this knowledge, you can enjoy its many benefits safely and without stress.
To begin with, you need to know what propane smells like. Although propane does not have a natural scent, producers add an ingredient to make it smell like rotten eggs. This pungent odor makes a gas leak instantly recognizable. Even so, it’s a smart idea to install propane detectors near all your systems and major appliances. Remember that smoke/carbon monoxide detectors — though essential for your home — won’t detect a propane leak.
Countless families and businesses trust Sierra Propane since 1983. We want to serve your family, too!
But what do you do if you smell propane?
It is crucial to follow these procedures as soon as you detect gas:
For additional propane safety tips, consult the Propane Education & Research Council (PERC). PERC has created these informative videos to keep you and your loved ones safe.