Commercial businesses and residential homes use propane for various uses, such as home heating, water heating, clothes drying, fireplaces, cooking, and backup power. It’s essential to check regularly if your propane tank has enough fuel for your home’s energy needs, especially if you are a Will Call customer.
Reading your propane gauge helps ensure you always have enough fuel, which is vital to your safety.
To avoid any service interruption-related issues, watch this video on how to read your propane tank fuel gauge.
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Thank you for reminding me through the video that I should have a professional assist me in turning the propane gas on after emptying the tank itself. We are going to temporarily stay in an apartment that utilizes propane but we don’t know how to use it. It’s good that we’ve been warned before we try to do anything else by ourselves, so I guess I’d just call a nearby propane company to help us check the system.
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I wasn’t aware that propane could be used to heat homes and that it is important to know how much fuel is left. My husband has been wanting to find alternative ways to heat our home. I think we should look into finding a professional with experience in propane that could help us.