Your account number with Herring Gas is printed at the top of every delivery ticket that you receive as well as on the statements we send in the mail, in addition to many other documents. If you are unable to locate your account number please call your local area branch or 855\0x2010HERRING (437\0x20107464) so that we can assist you. Our office hours are Monday \0x2010 Friday from 7:30 am to 5 pm.
Do you like trying to fix problems on your own? When it comes to your propane system, doing it yourself can be very dangerous! Propane is a safe and reliable source of energy, however, its safety depends on the correct installation and use of the propane appliances, valves, piping, regulator, and tank. A repair or change to a propane system is never as easy as you might think. A mistake could result in serious injury or death. Never try performing any gas installation or repair on your own!
Leave It to the Pros
For your safety, please leave all repairs and changes to your propane system, including appliances, valves, and piping, to a licensed professional. All Herring Gas technicians have the tools and training to make sure your propane system is working properly. This includes following Federal, State, and Local codes and using the correctly rated parts. When you leave it to a pro, you ensure that all aspects of your propane system are safe and working properly.
In the event that any part of your propane system is worked on by anyone other than a Herring Gas employee, it is your legal responsibility to notify Herring Gas immediately.
Working With Gas Is Serious Business
Please take a moment to watch the following propane safety video.
Properly Close and Cap
Unused Propane Outlets
Whenever a propane appliance is disconnected, even temporarily, the cut-off valve must be properly capped. If a cap is not installed, a gas leak could occur, putting you, your loved ones, and your home at risk for a fire or explosion. More >>
What to Do if You Smell Gas
If you ever suspect a gas leak, take immediate action following these important steps. Remember, the smell of propane is a warning device that has been added for your protection. Do not ignore it! Make sure all members of your household know the smell of propane. More >>