Underground Propane Tank Installation
Depending on your property, you may need an above or underground tank. Underground tanks range in size from 250 gallons to 1,500 gallons and handle colder or more extreme temperatures well.
Though their installation requires excavation, which adds time and some expense, underground tanks may increase your home’s value more than above ground tanks. Since only the dome is visible for filling and maintaining the tank, your yard is open for you to use and enjoy.
Survey Your Site
Our experts determine the distance from your property your tank needs to be and what excavation requirements need to be met. As a local business, we know what permits and paperwork you might need for your tank and will help you obtain them.
Once you’re ready for the installation, our team digs the hole and carefully sets and stabilizes the tank in it. As soon as the tank is level, our team installs the gas lines and tests the system for leaks. With everything safely installed, our delivery driver will fill your new tank with propane.
Above Ground Propane Tank Installation
Above ground tanks are a popular choice for their easy access for maintenance and filling. They are also useful for temporary commercial sites because they can be moved quickly. They range in size from 100 gallons to 1,500 gallons and take less time to install than underground tanks.
Verify Your Location
Before installing an above ground tank, let our certified technicians evaluate your property, obtain any permits required, and prep the space for your tank.
Placing Your Tank
Using the proper equipment, our team levels the ground and lays a concrete foundation for the tank. Then our experts place your tank and test for leaks. Once the tank and lines are safely installed, our delivery driver fills the tank with propane.
Safety & Regular Maintenance
After installing your above or underground tank, our propane experts show you how to run your system and what to watch for to keep you, your family, and your property safe. You’ll receive all of our safety tips for proper propane use, and our emergency service is available to you 24/7 if you ever need anything.
Our experts also guide you on regular maintenance recommendations and what to look for when assessing your tank. If you notice anything unusual, let us know, and we’ll come over to inspect your tank for you.
What Size Propane Tank Works Best for You?
Finding the right size tank for you depends on the size of your property and the size and number of appliances you hook up to your propane tank.
Below is a quick guide on what tank sizes might work best for your home or business (note that the sizes may vary slightly due to the manufacturer and full capacity is 80% of the volume of the tank).