As roofs shed and snow storage becomes scarce, you need to be sure that we are not damaging or burying propane tanks and gas meters. It is your responsibility to keep them clear and protected. The weight of the snow alone can compromise the piping and components of your gas or propane service and we are getting close to most facilities being buried already. With hundreds of more inches still to come this season, now is the time to get out there and maintain your meters and tanks, and mark them so we all know where they are. Setting up a schedule for you or someone else to maintain these facilities as needed through the winter is a good idea as well. If you are unsure of the location of the facility on your property, now is the time to find it – don’t wait. The maintenance of these facilities is a requirement of your gas / propane service providers, and a general safe housekeeping activity. 


Smell Gas? CALL 9-1-1

If you smell gas, don’t touch anything (lights, garage doors, vehicles, etc), remove yourself and others from the area, and from a safe distance dial 9-1-1 IMMEDIATELY.

Elements Mountain Company