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Arrow Gas installation of Propane Illegally and without a permit on file

About a year ago I decided to change Propane companies to a more receptive and responsive one, my company when I purchased my home 8 years ago was Arrow Gas, the tank was leased on a monthly basis and I simply thought after going through the inspection and every other check that all was perfectly safe with my new home purchase at the time. WELL APPRARENLY NOT, upon contacting the new company, and having them replace the Arrow tank with their own, I was told that Arrow had installed not only not up to code ever, but it was seriously dangerous to actually live in my home for fear of a possibly explosion. Hook up to the house, tank, depth of the line in the ground, stability of the tank as well as not being able to locate anywhere within the town attorney office, town inspectors office, fire department or code office anytype of inspection or permit ever pulled for this house and its tank. Long story short if anyone reading this has Arrow Gas, it is imperative that you have your tank, hook up to your home as well as the lines which are conveniently located about 3-4 inches below the ground and support of the tank all be inspected. Then I would immediately contact ARROW and let them know as well as the town's offices that they are in violation of every code there is and are solely responsible for all costs associated with the proper re-installation as well as bringing it up to code. OMG this is such a danger for all involved who have to rely on companies that get bought out by a huge company from the middle of no where and don't know they have choices.
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Deerfield, Illinois

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