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tankIn case you hadn’t heard, winter is coming.

Lakes Gas reminds you that fall is the perfect time to make propane preparations for the upcoming cold season. If you haven’t had your propane system checked recently, it may be a good time to do so. To protect your family and familiarize yourself with your system, the National Propane Gas Association recommends getting it inspected every five years.

Group having BBQ at campsite in the woodsThe arrival of cooler weather means the arrival of even more fun uses for propane.

This fall, enjoy all the outdoor pleasures powered by propane, whether you’re camping, grilling, hot tubbing, brewing beer, frying turkeys, or enjoying your patio fire pit.

note saying it's time for a new jobAre you looking for a rewarding new career opportunity? Look to Lakes Gas.

We’re a team of dedicated, enthusiastic individuals who come together for one common goal: provide the best, most reliable propane solutions for our communities.

lightning touching the ground during stormSummer is thunderstorm season. Unfortunately, that also means it’s power outage season – not ideal during the hottest days of the year.

Recent outages throughout the nation have served as reminders that we can’t take having power – not to mention air conditioning, refrigeration, or critical medical equipment – for granted. In the dog days of summer, lacking power can be more than inconvenient or uncomfortable – it can be dangerous to our health.

Ken Maes Image 2We’re saying farewell to our Driver, Ken Maes as he goes off into retirement after 16 years with Lakes Gas.

Ken is irreplaceable. His work ethic and dedication to his job and to the community have been unmatched. In the past three years, Ken hauled four million gallons of propane for our Roberts branch. The numbers and his efficiency are absolutely incredible.

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