Flammable Liquid Vapors

Vapors from flammable liquids like gasoline, paints, solvents and adhesives are heavier than air and can travel great distances along the floor. The burner or pilot light of a gas or electric appliance can ignite these vapors.

Do not use or store flammable liquids or combustible materials near your appliances or inside your home. 

Store flammable liquids outside in tightly closed containers recommended by the manufacturer, away from gas or electric appliances, where children cannot reach them.

Keep combustible materials, like cloth rags and paper, away from water heaters, furnaces and other gas or electric appliances.

If you smell smoke or see a fire, leave the building and call the fire department or 911.

Texas Gas Service Warns Customers of Telephone Fraud

Texas Gas Service advises customers to be alert for potential telephone fraud involving individuals posing as Texas Gas Service representatives.

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Texas Gas Service da un Aviso de Precaución a Sus Clientes Sobre Fraude Telefónico

Texas Gas Service recomienda a sus clientes que estén alerta sobre un potencial fraude telefónico que están realizando personas que se hacen pasar por representantes de Texas Gas Service.

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