If you’re in need of a propane tank for your home, look no further than Hiper Gas.
We carry a wide range of propane tank sizes to ensure that you can find the perfect fit for your needs.
All of our propane tanks are brand-new and will be installed by one of our experts to comply with safety regulations and local codes.
Not only is our propane tank leasing affordable, but it also makes having a propane tank easy and worry-free! You don’t have to deal with the initial purchase or installation fees, and we take care of all the maintenance and repairs for your tank.
You can be assured there will always be propane in your tank with our dependable propane delivery, including our Automatic Delivery option where we use your usage history and current weather to accurately predict when you’ll need a fill-up and schedule a delivery before you run low.
We’ve put together a list of the propane tank sizes we carry and their uses so you have a good idea of what size tank may work best for you.
100-lb. vertical tank. This tank is perfect for those with one smaller propane gas appliance, like a dryer or fireplace.
200-lb. vertical tank. If you own two or three propane appliances, such as a range, fireplace, or dryer, this is the size tank for you.
420-lb. vertical tank. This tank can be used in a number of ways, including home space heating, pool and spa heating, and powering a propane backup generator.
120-gallon horizontal tank. This size is perfect for a couple of gas appliances, like space heaters and clothing dryers.
250-gallon horizontal tank. A propane tank of this size is the best option for homes that have three or more propane-powered appliances, which could include a water heater, range, and space heater.
500-gallon horizontal tank. If you use propane to heat your entire home as well as for other appliances like a range or water heater, then you will probably need this size tank.
1,000-gallon horizontal tank. Though typically it is used in commercial and industrial environments, this tank might be necessary for multifamily residences relying on a propane supply, or very large homes that use propane for home and water heating, as well as for cooking, pool heating, and other high-Btu appliances.
Propane usage is calculated based on multiple elements. For example, if you use propane to heat your home, then the size of your house and how well it is insulated will play a big role. Additionally, the efficiency of your propane heating system will also have an impact.
To find the perfect size tank for your home, we first need to know about all of the propane appliances you have. These include big things like a water heater or range, and smaller objects such as a fireplace or clothes dryer. If you use propane to heat your house as well, this will obviously require more gas and cause us to recommend a larger tank.
We will also discuss your future plans. Things such as having more kids, elderly parents moving in, or adult children coming back home will likely result in needing to use more propane for heating and water heating. Other potential activities that could affect how much propane you use in the future include building an addition to your house.