The best way to know your propane heating appliances are running safely and efficiently is to have your heating system inspected regularly – about once every five years, according to the National Propane Gas Association.
Although it is best to have your annual home heating inspection completed before winter begins, it is still better to do it later in the season than to skip it entirely. A heating system inspection is a great opportunity to refresh your memory about propane safety procedures, including how to shut off your system and respond to a gas leak; it’s also a must if you plan to sell your home in the near future.
If you’re getting an inspection, do some legwork to make sure your technician is up-to-date with everything that’s happened with your system since the last inspection. It’s a good idea to gather paperwork that indicates:
What should be included in a comprehensive heating system inspection? Here are 10 critical elements:
Stay safe and warm this winter with professional service to your propane heating system from the pros at Advanced Propane. Contact us today to schedule service for the propane heating equipment in your Middle Tennessee or Southern Kentucky home.