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What size propane tank is right for my home? 

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Trust ProGas for propane tank installation and tank leasing

If you’re looking for a new propane tank for your greater Pittsburgh, West Virginia or Ohio home, ProGas is here to help!

We understand that there are several reasons you may need a new propane tank. Perhaps your current propane tank is getting on in years and you want to upgrade. Perhaps you’re building a new home or renovating your existing home and want to add propane appliances. Perhaps because of home additions or using more propane appliances, your current propane tank size isn’t big enough for you anymore.

Whatever the reason, ProGas has the knowledge and experience to make sure you get the right propane tank for your home and that it is installed properly and safely.

Choosing the right size propane tank

The right size propane tank is a personal thing. You and your neighbor may have similar-sized homes, but need different sizes when it comes to propane tanks. You may use propane for heating, cooking, and water heating. They may use it only for cooking.

That’s where the expertise of ProGas comes into play. Our propane tank experts will talk in-depth with you, discussing how you use propane today, the size of your home, and what propane appliances you have. From there, we can nail down which size works for you.

Because our customers have diverse propane needs, we offer a wide range of tank sizes. Here are our tank sizes:

120-gallon propane tank: This tank, which is only available for aboveground installation, is for people using a couple of propane appliances such as ranges, cooktops and clothes dryers. This tank can be used for home heating but usually are paired together to double your gallon capacity.

500-gallon propane tank: If you use propane to heat your home, you’ll need a tank this size. This size can also work if you also use propane for other appliances such as water heaters and ranges. We offer this for both aboveground and underground installation.

1,000-gallon propane tank: This size tank is needed if you have a large home and use propane not only for heating and hot water, but for several other propane appliances such as fireplaces, clothes dryers, ranges, and pool and spa heaters. This can be installed both aboveground and underground.

ProGas can do both aboveground and underground propane tank installation. We offer tank leasing, where we safely and expertly maintain your propane tank and perform any needed repairs. If you buy a tank, you have to pay up-front for purchase and installation, which can run into the thousands of dollars. Then you’re responsible for the maintenance and repair costs.

Once your new tank is installed, ProGas provides reliable and safe propane delivery to keep you fueled year-round! Our Keep Full automatic propane delivery service gives you peace of mind, because we track your propane usage and refill your tank before you run low.

And don’t forget – if you need a 20-pound propane cylinder for your BBQ grill, our PROpane Express Exchange or Refill Stations are located all over our service area in western Pennsylvania, eastern Ohio and West Virginia.

Contact ProGas to find out more about our propane tank installation and tank leasing for your home or business, today.