Posted: March 30, 2020

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With average nighttime temperatures in our Pennsylvania service area dipping into the mid-40s well into May, your propane furnace will still be on the job for at least a few months, keeping your family safe and comfortable at home as we cope with the challenges of the coronavirus outbreak.

That makes it even more important to keep a close eye on your heating equipment for signs that it needs professional heating service and repair.

Common signs that your heating equipment may need help:

  • Unusual noises (grinding, banging, etc.)
  • Vents are not blowing hot air, or your baseboards are not heating up
  • Rising utility bills despite comparable use
  • A yellow pilot light on your gas furnace
  • A furnace that won’t turn or stay on
  • A furnace that won’t shut off

Be proactive to avoid heating outages

The key to preventing extensive heating equipment repairs is to be proactive: if your propane equipment needs attention, it is better to catch the problem sooner than later – the more you wait, the greater your chance for a significant repair or a safety problem with your heating equipment that requires a replacement.

During this time of crisis, Koppy’s Propane staff and technicians are doing everything we can to take care of you while also protecting your safety and the safety of our crews. If you need service for a propane gas furnace, please contact us to schedule an appointment.

Please also note that we continue to store extra propane in the event of supply disruptions. If you need a propane delivery in the southeastern PA, please contact us.