A Proud Member of the FPGA (Florida Propane Gas Association) & NPGA (National Propane Gas Association)

HOGAN GAS CO.
Propane Service
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Call us at: (561)642-7519
101 Jackson Avenue
Greenacres, FL 33463
 
 

                    Located on Lake Worth Road, 1 Block West Of Haverhill (North Side)

                     Open Monday thru Friday 9am to 5pm  and Saturdays 9am to 2pm

 
 

LP (Liquid Propane) Gas Tips !

Be ready in case of an emergency with propane safety tips from Hogan Gas Co.  Although we specialize in Propane fuel delivery, we also make client education a priority. Our best customers are the ones who ask questions, and have concerns that their gas systems are safe and problem free!  

Turning Off the Gas!
Do you know how to turn off your gas? You should. Just as it’s important to know how to turn off your water should a pipe burst, you need easy access to your gas shut-off valve where the gas pipe enters your home. If your LP tank is above ground, the easiest way to turn off the gas is by just closing the service valve. Just like a faucet, turn it clockwise to close!  If you have an underground system, your tank shut off valve may not always be easy to access. However, there should always be an easy to access shut off valve on the gas line coming up out of the ground to enter your home, or outside appliance. Get familiar with your gas system, and you will be more at ease knowing how safe Propane gas is!   If you need guided instructions or assistance , please  contact us!

Hogan Gas propane worker, Propane Safety Tips, LP Gas in Greenacres, FL
 
Worker going through safety tips, Propane Safety Tips, LP Gas in Greenacres, FL

Our staff ensures that all installations conform to the National Fuel Gas Code (NFPA 54 and NFPA 58) and local building codes. If your system is out of compliance, will will do our best to work with you to ensure that all codes and standards are met.  You and your family's safety are our number one concern!


Following Maintenance Instructions

Be sure to follow the manufacturer guidelines and appliance precautions when you periodically examine the main components of your propane appliance:
 

• Heat Exchanger • Draft Diverter • Venting System

• Pilot & Main Burner

If you think you see deterioration or corrosion, please call us.
Contact us  to learn how to operate your propane sytems  properly.