Thursday, December 28, 2017

Staying comfortable and safe during the winter is as easy as planning ahead. Please familiarize yourself and the members of your family with this cold weather preparation checklist, which is provided by the Propane Education & Research Council.
Maintain an adequate supply of propane in your tank. Call Auxier Gas when your propane tank percentage is at 30%. A severe storm can hinder additional propane deliveries.
Use energy wisely. Winter storms and the resulting inaccessible roads may make propane deliveries difficult (even impossible) for several days. Use energy conservatively by setting your programmable thermostat to as low as is comfortable—possibly a few degrees cooler at night and when nobody is home. Close off any rooms that don’t need to be heated.
Keep the path to your propane tank clear. A clear path helps our drivers get to your tank easily, fill it quickly, and move on to our next valued customer.
Allow your appliances to vent properly. If it is safe to do so, clear snow and ice away from outdoor vents, chimneys, and flues to prevent blocking any ventilation.
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Clear snow and ice from around your propane tank. This includes regulators, regulator vents, piping, tubing, and valves. Use a broom instead of a shovel to prevent damage to your propane system components.
If you smell gas, take the right steps. Immediately put out all smoking materials and other open flames. Do not operate lights, appliances, telephones, or mobile phones. Get everyone away from the home or area where you suspect gas is leaking. If safe to do so, close or shut off the main gas supply valve by turning it to the right (clockwise). Call us immediately from a safe place to report the leak. If you cannot reach us, call 911. Do not return to the area until a qualified technician or emergency responder gives the OK.
Never use a stove or bring your gas grill indoors for space heating, even during a power outage. Only use appliances indoors if they are approved for that purpose. Never store, place, or use a propane cylinder indoors or in enclosed areas. Without proper ventilation, deadly carbon monoxide (CO) fumes produced can build up.
Operate portable generators with caution. Never use a portable generator (gasoline, diesel, or propane) indoors or in enclosed areas. Doing so can result in carbon monoxide (CO) poisoning or death.

Thursday, December 21, 2017

****No snow here, but what if? ****
We want our drivers and you to be safe!
Please clear your propane tank for us to make a quick delivery. The easier we can deliver to you, the faster we can get to the next customer! Underground propane tanks, please consider marking your tank with a driveway marker in deep snow, and clearing the lid.
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Friday, September 29, 2017

Thank you to everyone who has participated!
$50 Gift Card:  Amy M.
$50 Gift Card:  Gerald Y.
$25 Gift Card:  Edward F.
$25 Gift Card:  Kevin H.
$15 Skyline Gift Card:  Lou H.
$10 Graeter's Gift Card:  Phillip J.
Grilling Tools:  Judy P.
Grilling Tools:  Dave B.

Thank you to everyone who has participated.
Participation has been low over the past 6 months.  Keep checking back for updates!

Wednesday, August 16, 2017

Auxier Gas Homecoming Cookout and Cruize In!
REGISTER YOUR CLASSIC VEHICLE HERE before you arrive, no waiting and no charge!  
The first 50 cars are guaranteed a Dash Plaque!!

Monday, August 14, 2017

Auxier Gas a propane company in Greater Cincinnati and Clermont and Warren Counties is a leader in the area of propane Autogas.  Check out the recent video here with Auxier Gas:

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Tuesday, February 28, 2017

Auxier Gas Propane a member of the Home Builders Association of Greater Cincinnati invites you to attend Homearama at Rivercrest July 8th to 23rd.  You can visit to purchase discount tickets.  We proudly support all of the custom home builders in the association.  

Thursday, February 9, 2017

National Pizza Day!

Have you ever had a Grilled Pizza?  Here is a wonderful recipe from Elise Bauer on how to grill your own pizza (on your propane grill)
This is a reblog from Elise Bauer at 
The first time I heard of making pizza on a grill all I could think of was, why would anyone want to do that?
Now that I’ve done it more than a few times I can think of several reasons, the first being who wants to heat up an oven to 450°F or higher on a hot summer day?
If you use a grill to make pizza, you can keep the heat outside where it belongs. Grills also better mimic a wood fired oven than your conventional indoor oven.
Whether using charcoal or gas, the smoke from the grill will help give your pizza great flavor that you simply cannot get from a regular oven.
It’s also easy! No, the pizza dough does not fall through the grill grates. Assuming you’ve properly heated the grill, your dough will form a lovely lightly browned crust.