Kauffman Gas

Kauffman Gas

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Atglen, Pennsylvania PA  ·  Family-owned Kauffman Gas has provided customers with quality propane tanks, gas water heaters and superior service for over 65 years.
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Propane gas vs electric clothes dryers - which is better for your home?

Know the difference between gas and electric clothes dryers. Which is more efficient? It depends on which appliances use gas and which use electric.

Choosing propane can help save energy, reduce emissions and protect the environment.

Choosing propane can help save energy, reduce emissions and protect the environment.

Propane Leak by knitsteel, via Flickr  This is what you should expect to see if you have a leak in your propane installation. What you see foaming is just a 50/50 soap/water mixture that has been brushed lightly over pipes and connections.

Gas Leaks Even leaks that are too small to smell can be dangerous. To check for trouble before it occurs, spray soapy water on your gas connections. If the soapy water starts to bubble, you have a leak on your hands that you need to get fixed.

Propane BBQ Leak Test. It's quick and easy. No special equipment required.

Performing leak tests should become a regular part of your annual propane BBQ grill maintenance, or even more often if gas parts have been serviced or replac.

Mosaic™ Propane Patio Heater - A smart, simple and safe solution for tight spaces.

The Mosaic™ Propane Patio Heater outputs up to BTUs and heats areas up to 210 sq.

An empty 20lb tank will weigh around 18-20 lbs. 
A full tank will weigh between 38-40 lbs. The best way to ensure you never run out of propane is to always have a full spare tank.

An empty tank will weigh around lbs. A full tank will weigh between lbs. The best way to ensure you never run out of propane is to always have a full spare tank.

This gauge's needle points to the left at 10%. A good rule of thumb is to refill your tank when it gets to around 20%.

This gauge's needle points to the left at A good rule of thumb is to refill your tank when it gets to around

This gauge's needle points to the right at 76%. A good rule of thumb is to refill your tank when it gets to around 20%.

This gauge's needle points to the right at A good rule of thumb is to refill your tank when it gets to around

Locate your gas gauge. The gauge will be at the top of your above or below ground propane tank, almost always in the center of the tank. Lift the lid. You should see something that looks like this.

Locate your gas gauge. The gauge will be at the top of your above or below ground propane tank, almost always in the center of the tank. Lift the lid.

The first step in propane safety is to locate your propane tank. If it's below ground, look for something like this. The dome is commonly located 8-12 inches above ground and often painted green to blend in with it's natural surroundings.

The first step in propane safety is to locate your propane tank. The dome is commonly located inches above ground and often painted green to blend in with it's natural surroundings.

The first step in propane safety is to locate your propane tank. If it's above ground, it's easy. Next locate the gauge on top of your above ground tank.

Propane facts and resources to help you better understand the benefits of using propane gas.