Choosing the right propane tank size is key to cost efficiency. If your tank is too small, it’ll need filling more often and can increase both your propane cost and your delivery fees. Too large, and you’ll pay more upfront for the tank and installation.
That’s why we always send a technician to properly size a propane tank for your home. We offer both above-ground and underground tanks, and we stock a wide variety of tanks for permanent and temporary installations.
50 gallon tank
This smaller-sized tank is great for powering cooking appliances and drying clothes.
Hot Water / Fireplace / Garage Heat
100 gallon tank
This tank can power several household appliances at once, or heat a swimming pool or fireplace—basically, anything besides primary home heating.
Heat / Pool Heat / Generator
2 x 100 gallon tanks
This combination ensures you have a steady supply of fuel when you need it.
Heat & Hot Water
500 gallon tank
This is the most common size when propane is the primary fuel for heat, hot water, cooking, generators, pools, and more.
500 or 1000 gallon tank
Best suited for homes that are over 4,500 square feet and use propane for multiple needs. Just keep in mind, you must have enough outside space to store it.
This is a good option if above-ground space is limited around your home or you want to keep the tank out of sight. These tanks are available in 250 gallon, 500 gallon and 1000 gallon sizes.