Home Heating and Appliances
Propane Energy Services Ltd. offers quality home heating, appliance repair and installation at an affordable price. We service all types of units, including but not limited to, water heaters, forced-air furnaces, hot water and steam boilers, clothes dryers, cooktops, space heaters and garage heaters.
Outdoor appliances are a great feature to anyone's home. Except when they don't work due to being left out in the elements. That's why we offer outdoor appliance repair and installation services. We offer services for gas grills, camp stoves, patio heaters, outdoor fireplaces and many more. Preventive Maintenance
Propane Energy Services Ltd. offers yearly preventive maintenance services for all types of equipment such as, gas fireplaces and heaters, just to name a few.
Fall Start Up
To keep your gas fireplace running smoothly throughout the Winter, we suggest you have it serviced regularly. Our Annual Fall start-up service includes a multi-point quality control overview of your heating system. Mark it on your calendar to call us in the Fall and schedule this important service.
LEAVE IT TO THE EXPERTS. Only a qualified service technician has the training to install, inspect, service, maintain, and repair your appliances. Have your appliances and propane system inspected just before the start of each heating season.
HELP YOUR APPLIANCES "BREATHE." Check the vents of your appliances to be sure that flue gases can flow easily to the outdoors; clear away any insects, bird nests or other debris. Also, clear the area around your appliances so plenty of air can reach the burner for proper combustion.
DO NOT TRY TO MODIFY OR REPAIR valves, regulators, connectors, controls, or other appliance and cylinder/tank parts. Doing so creates the risk of a gas leak that can result in property damage, serious injury, or even death.
HAVE OLDER APPLIANCE CONNECTORS INSPECTED. Certain older appliance connectors may crack or break, causing a gas leak. If your appliance is connected with a roll of copper line, you will have to get it replaced with a new flexible connector.If you have an appliance that is more than 20 years old, have a qualified service technician inspect the connector. Do not do this yourself, as movement of the appliance might damage the connection and cause a possible leak.
FLAMMABLE VAPORS ARE A SAFETY HAZARD. The pilot light on your propane appliance can ignite vapors from gasoline, paint thinners, and other flammable liquids. Be sure to store flammable liquids outdoors or in an area of the building containing no propane appliances.