Barnett’s family-owned propane service has been safely delivering to and servicing propane gas systems for over 50 years. We have trained, skilled service technicians and delivery personnel ready to serve you as well as a live person answering the phone 24/7 for any type of emergency situations related to your propane service.

Barnett’s is committed to ongoing employee training and is partnering with the Propane Education and Research Council in order to enhance our safety company wide. You can rely on Barnett’s Propane to safely take care of your propane supply and service needs!

Barnett’s delivery and service vehicles are registered with the Department Of Transportation as a hazardous materials shipper and employees receive additional training in this area annually. Our trucks are also registered with the Arizona Department of Weights and Measures and tested and proven at regular intervals to ensure the accurate delivery of your propane.

Choosing Barnett’s as your propane supplier is a great choice from a safety standpoint and is always very competitively priced, so you can rest assured your patronage is highly valued and appreciated!

       Safety Tips

Propane Safety During Wildfire Season

Through the Fire Season
Below you will find tips to help ensure your safety during the fire season.

  • Scalp (cut the grass/weeds closely) the area around the tank exposing bare ground.
  • Use weed/grass killer around the tank after cutting vegetation to the surface.
  • Spread base material or gravel around the tank to prevent vegetation growth.
  • Ensure the propane tank color is reflective and free of rust to avoid initial pressure buildup. (We paint our tanks white for this very purpose. Please do not paint over or repaint your tank. Call us if you feel it needs new paint.)
  • Ensure that all propane tank distance requirements are satisfied (no less than 10 feet from any building or property line).
When Evacuating
If you have been ordered to evacuate or are in the path of a fire, there are important actions to take prior to leaving the area. These propane specific steps should only be undertaken if time allows and always follow fire evacuation orders as given by authorities and safety personnel.

  • Close the propane tank service valve by turning the knob under the tank lid clockwise.
  • Close all appliance valves and gas valves inside the house(s) or structure(s).
  • Do not move propane cylinders into a garage, indoors or anywhere near a house or structure.
  • Move propane cylinders away from any house or structure to an area where fire impact will be minimal.
  • Contact Barnett’s propane company to inform them of your evacuation status after leaving the area.


Again, please call us if you have any questions or concerns about your safety and your propane. We are here for you! 


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