Franger Gas responds to COVID-19 with precaution

Franger Gas Company is responding to the circumstances surrounding the novel Coronavirus labeled COVID-19, and how it impacts our business and our customers. Your safety, and the safety of our employees, is what matters most at this time.

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Budget billing for convenient, predictable payments. Don’t miss out!

Budget billing for convenient, predictable payments. Don’t miss out!

Note: budget billing sign-ups have ended for 2020 Sign up now to start budget billing on May 1 **Please note, if you are already on the budget, there is no need to sign up again.  You will automatically be re-enrolled for the next season beginning May 1.**   At Franger Gas, we are committed to delivering exceptional energy and exceptional service. Whether that means reliable, timely service when you need your propane tank refilled or offering easier ways to pay – we want to make every aspect of your propane service convenient for you, our customers. Our Guaranteed Price Program, also...

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What is propane?

What is propane?

Propane is a safe and widely used fuel. It is nontoxic and produces minimal emissions. Propane is produced from both natural gas processing and crude oil refining, in roughly equal amounts.Propane is a hydrocarbon and is sometimes referred to as liquefied petroleum gas, LP-gas or LPG. In its natural form, propane is colorless and odorless. Manufacturers deliberately add a chemical compound to give it a strong unpleasant odor, like rotten eggs, a skunk’s spray, or a dead animal, in order to alert customers of a leak.Propane is transported and stored in tanks as a very cold liquid fuel, and...

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Winter is coming. Are you ready?

Winter is coming. Are you ready?

Prepare your Propane Tank for Winter with these tips from Franger Gas
In Indiana and Michigan, our home heating customers know two things for sure about the winter months – winters here are brutal, and propane does the job when it comes to keeping your family warm.

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What happens if you run out of propane?

What happens if you run out of propane?

Don't run out of gas! Serious safety hazards, including fire or explosion, can result. It also could lead to frozen pipes, out-of-gas charges and inconveniences. Air and moisture may cause rust... Air and moisture could get into an empty or depleted storage tank, which can cause rust build-up inside the tank. Rust can decrease the concentration of the odor of propane, making it harder to smell. Pilot lights... Any pilot lights on your appliances will go out. This can be extremely dangerous if not handled properly. A leak check is required... Due to our insurance regulations, one of our...

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Leaks: What to do if you smell gas

Leaks: What to do if you smell gas

1. No flame or sparks Immediately put out smoking materials and other open flames. Do not operate lights, appliances, telephones, or cell phones. Flames or sparks from these sources can trigger an explosion or a fire. 2. Leave the area immediately! Get everyone out of the building, RV, or area where you suspect gas is leaking. 3. Shut off the gas Turn off main supply valve on your propane tank if safe to do so. To close the valve, turn to the right (clockwise). 4. Report the leak From a neighbor’s house or other nearby building away from the gas leak, call your local FRANGER office right...

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