Watch this e-learning module intended to help you recognize fuel odors in your home. We encourage you to share this with your family so everyone in your home is prepared and safe.



If you ever have any questions about safety, please call your local Como office.

  • Propane has a specially added odorant to alert you that it is present. If you ever smell propane in your home, shut off your tank immediately and call your propane provider.
  • Know how to shut off your propane tank.
  • Do not try to judge if a leak is serious or not. Any leak is serious.
  • A propane detector is a great idea, especially in homes where an individual's sense of smell had been compromised (the elderly, smokers, etc.).
  • Propane is heavier than air, and thus settles in low-level areas, such as basements. Be aware of this if you do not frequently enter your basement.
  • Fuel oil has a very pungent odor. If you smell it, contact your heating fuel provider immediately.
  • Visually inspect your heating fuel tank for rust spots or leaks.



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