Some of the greatest memories can be gained as you discover new places and meet new people.

Canadian Outdoor Leisure can help by
certifying your RV propane system.
Our TSSA certified technician can help
to provide you peace of mind.

Before you leave the driveway or begin your days at a seasonal location have your propane system inspected.
It can make the difference between a vacation
or a disaster on wheels.

Did You Know?

A person who installs, alters, purges, activates, repairs, services or removes propane appliances in motor homes and house trailers must hold a valid and subsisting RV.1 certificate issued by the Technical Standards and Safety Authority (TSSA) read more

Have our TSSA certified technician inspect you propane tanks and system.
Ask for a propane system pressure test.

Propane StoryCont'd

The story below emphasises why your propane system and equipment should be inspected and maintained at least once every two years.

A couple coming out of Kmart in Show Low, AZ. witnessed a scene that happens far too often. In the same parking lot, about 150' from their RV was a good-sized Winnebago. After getting into their RV the husband thought that his window had a problem. IT WAS BLACK! He turned around to see the Winnebago turn into a torch. The sirens started as the fire department was literally next-door.
They made no attempt to stop the fire. They just kept people away until it died. They left, returning the next day to find spots of melted metal on the concrete. In other words, this RV went from looking normal as they stepped into their RV to literally being a torch with nothing of value left in less than a minute. This turned out to be a propane leak into the inside the RV.



There are no options when it comes to the safety of your RV.

RV's typically use propane for furnaces, fridges, stove ranges, water heaters and barbecues.

Proper handling procedures and regular maintence of your propane system and equipment will help to make your vacations safe.

Always make sure that you and your family know what to do in the case of an emergency.

Important Safety Tips:

If Your RV Catches Fire