Propane is both a liquid and a gas; non-toxic, colorless, odorless and one of the nation’s most versatile sources of energy. Since 1910 , propane has heated homes, powered generators, helped run commercial businesses and proved to millions of people its reliability and multifaceted capabilities. Since propane is a nontoxic fuel that doesn’t contaminate the soil, propane can be stored in large underground tanks. It is safe and although naturally undetectable, an identifying odor is placed in the gas to alert you if a propane leak were to occur. The process to refill your propane tank is also simple, taking about as long as refueling gas into your vehicle.
Through our Autofill program, Foster Fuels keeps tank refills simple and routine. Our certified technicians regularly check-up on your tank, providing continuous propane to heat your home or business.
Switch today and see the benefits that millions are experiencing as they regularly use propane as their energy source in homes, on farms, on the road, and in industrial and commercial operations.
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Post updated on January 14th, 2019