Frequently Asked Questions:
- In what areas does Webbtown Propane offer delivery and service?
- Does Webbtown Propane provide 24-hour service?
- Can I bury a propane tank on my property?
- Should I turn off the pilot light on my propane gas fireplace during the summer?
- Is propane a convenient fuel?
- Is propane a safe fuel?
- Is it safe to use a gas vent-free heater?
- Does my propane heater need to be vented?
- Can I save money by switching to a propane gas water heater?
- What should I do if I suspect a gas leak?
- How often should I have my fireplace serviced?
Webbtown Propane serves the following counties in Tennessee: Macon, Trousdale, Sumner, Wilson, Clay, Smith, Jackson, and parts of Putnam.
We serve the following counties in Kentucky: Allen, Monroe, Simpson, Metcalfe, and parts of Barren and Warren.
Yes. Webbtown Propane provides around-the-clock service for heating emergencies, propane deliveries, and propane gas leaks. Emergency service is available for current customers. Become a Webbtown Propane customer.
Yes. Webbtown Propane offers 250, 500, and 1,000 gallon underground propane tanks. Burying a tank is a convenient way to store propane on your property, and because propane is a non-pollutant, there is no risk of soil contamination. Learn more about underground propane tanks.
Although leaving the pilot on during the summer will use propane, it does help to keep dust and insects out of the fireplace. Leaving the pilot on also keeps the metal parts dry and rust free, which can help to prevent costly repairs.
Yes. Propane can easily be compressed into a liquid for convenient transportation and storage. When at the point of use the flammable vapors “boil” off in the tank and are distributed to appliances via the gas piping system.
When used correctly, a propane gas vent-free heater is a safe and efficient heat source.
Unless it is specifically designed as a vent-free appliance, it must be vented.
Turn off the gas supply at the propane tank if possible, and contact Webbtown Propane.