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Special Instruction or Comments:

*All new customers need to call to schedule a leak check prior to 1st delivery.

  • All new customers need to call to schedule a leak check prior to 1st delivery.
  • Tanks range in size from 120 gallons to 1000 gallons.
  • They are built for above-ground and underground applications.​
  • Your tank must have a yellow cap for us to fill your tank.​
(Department of Transportation) certified propane receptacles are called CYLINDERS.

These are named by Pounds of propane held. Propane weighs 4.2 lbs. per gallon.

(American Society of Mechanical Engineers) certified propane receptacles are called TANKS.

These are named in Gallons held [Ex. 120, 500, etc.] It should be noted that propane can only be filled in a tank to 80% capacity. So a 120 gallon tank is more often referred to (in regard to its maximum capacity for propane) as a ‘100 Gallon Tank‘