Frequently Asked Questions About Propane Gas

Why Does the Glass on My Gas Fireplace Get Black?

Similar to a candle, your unit’s flames aren’t exactly “clean.” The result is a carbon buildup on the glass and on the ceramic logs. Some buildup is to be expected, and it can be removed by cleaning the logs and glass. An excessive amount of buildup on the glass or on the logs, however, can be an indication of problems.

Why Should I Use LR Propane?

We love serving our customers, and they sure seem to love us! Check out our reviews online and see for yourself! We’ve been servicing the greater Raleigh, Four Oaks, Benson, Garner, Fuquay-Varina, Clayton, Johnston County, and Wake County area for years. We are typically very competitive as far as our pricing goes, and we are always striving to be better than any other propane gas company in the area. Give us a try!

Do I Really Need to Service My Gas Fireplace?

YES! Every major gas fireplace manufacturer recommends an annual inspection and cleaning. Dust, dirt, and spiders can all infect and clog up the orifices and burner ports of your gas fireplace causing the unit to burn inefficiently or, worse yet, not at all. Loose or dirty wire connections also affect the operation of the unit. An annual inspection, cleaning, and adjustment of your gas fireplace are recommended to correct and prevent these problems.