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Lakes Gas Pond Hockey Team sizedLakes Gas is proud to have sponsored a team in the 2018 Great Lakes Pond Hockey Classic. Although they did not emerge victoriously, they’re still champions in our book. Congratulations to all the teams who participated. Net proceeds from the Pond Hockey Classic are dedicated to keeping youth player rates affordable and is important in promoting the city of Superior, Wisconsin and the Surrounding Twin Ports area. Great job, everyone! You can read more about the tournament here.

AdobeStock 48588811When choosing a propane company, it’s important to know everything you can about them. The website Propane 101 advises looking into their safety record, Better Business Bureau rating, and other facts before you sign a contract. Here’s how Lakes Gas stacks up.



Lakes Gas takes safety seriously. We go far beyond the National Propane Gas Association guidelines of tank inspection every five years, inspecting your system when service begins, and every time we refill it.

carbon monoxide detector

If you’re new to propane, you might be concerned about carbon monoxide. It’s a poisonous and potentially harmful gas that’s released when propane and other fuels are burned. But it’s easy to use propane safely and avoid danger. Here are some tips:

Zip Line 2 resizedWe’re not sure whether you’ve heard, but there’s a pretty big football game happening in Minneapolis this week. And we’re excited to be part of it. Lakes Gas is supplying propane to heat tented areas at the Bold North Zip Line, part of the “big game” festivities.

The tanks were set up by our Clear Lake and St. Michael branch offices, and the propane was provided by our Minneapolis branch office.

The Bold North Zip Line will run for 10 days prior to the game.

propane tank with scarfCold weather brings its own set of safety tips for propane users. Here are some important things to keep in mind, courtesy of Propane Education and Research Council spokesman Stuart Flatow.

  1. Never bring outdoor propane appliances indoors.
  2. Do not use propane torches to thaw frozen pipes.
  3. If you run out of propane or experience any propane system damage or interruption of service, contact your propane supplier immediately.
  4. If you smell gas, extinguish any flames or smoking materials, leave the area, and call 9-1-1 immediately.

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