Whether you already have propane in your home or are converting to propane for home heating, water heating, cooking or other purposes, you need a propane tank.
Hiper Gas takes care of it. We provide safe, expert installation by our team of certified technicians. Our propane tanks are always new, so you can be assured about their quality and safety.
We also offer propane tank leasing, which makes having propane simple, and wireless propane tank monitoring, which ensures that you’ll never have a propane runout again! Our 65-gallon minimum fill is dramatically less than competitors’ minimums.
Some people like to own their propane tank, which is why we also sell them. But many of our customers prefer the convenience and ease of our affordable propane tank leasing.
When you purchase a propane tank, you have a lot of up-front expenses. There’s the purchase price of the tank, of course. Then you must pay for its installation. Once you’re done, you could have spent well over $1,000. And you’re not done, because you are also on the hook for all propane tank maintenance and propane tank repair costs.
When you lease your tank from Hiper Gas, we take care of the installation, maintenance and repairs! If your tank needs attention, just call us and we’ll come out and take care of it.
This is where the knowledge and experience of Hiper Gas’s team comes in handy. We’ll thoroughly go over how you use propane in your home, and if you plan to add propane appliances in the future, like switching from an electric range to a propane one. With that information, we’ll help you determine the right size for your home.
Here are some basics about propane tank sizes and how they’re used so that you have an idea of what you may need for your home.
100-lb. vertical tank. If you have one smaller propane gas appliance, such as a clothes dryer or a fireplace, this tank will likely suffice.
200-lb. vertical tank. Do you have two or three propane appliances such as a range, a clothes dryer or a fireplace? You will probably need this size tank.
420-lb. vertical tank. A tank of this capacity is used in a variety of ways, including home space heating, pool and spa heating, and powering a propane whole-house backup generator.
120-gallon horizontal tank. This is the ideal size for a couple of gas appliances, such as a space heater and a range or clothes dryer.
250-gallon horizontal tank. A propane tank of this capacity is recommended for homes with three or more propane appliances, such as a water heater, a range and a space heater.
500-gallon horizontal tank. If you use propane for whole-house heating as well other propane appliances, like a range or a water heater, you will likely need this capacity tank.
1,000-gallon horizontal tank. Most of the time, this tank is used in commercial settings. However, it may be needed in multifamily homes sharing the propane supply, or for very large single-family homes that use propane for water heating, cooking, pool and spa heating, and other high-Btu propane appliances.