If you’re lucky enough to be building or remodeling a home in North Carolina this spring, you will certainly have your share of decisions to make in the coming months. If you have chosen to heat that home or addition with propane, one of the most important of those decisions will be what kind of propane tank to install.
The storage tank is the heart of any propane-powered home. The question is, how big should that heart be? Let’s take a look at some propane tank sizing basics to find out.
If properly installed and maintained, a propane tank can last for decades, so it pays to take the time to make sure you get the right-sized tool for the job.
Propane tanks come in a number of sizes for residential use, with aboveground models ranging from small 56-gallon vertical propane cylinders to power smaller appliances to 1000-gallon horizontal tanks for large homes. Some common propane tank sizes are:
Choosing the right-sized tank is important to getting the most from your appliances without overspending on too-frequent deliveries. When it comes to propane tank sizing, LG Jordan will always steer you in the right direction.
But getting your tank sized correctly is only the tip of the iceberg: if you’re building a new home, we will work with your builder or contractor, handling everything from providing free estimates for your tank installation (aboveground or underground) to securing the necessary permits and handling all other details until the project is complete. If you’re remodeling or expanding your home, LG Jordan can help you add gas lines, upsize your existing tank or install a new one to accommodate your new propane demands.
What ever you need for your new propane-powered home or addition, you’ll get it from the pros at LG Jordan Oil!
Did you know you could get your propane tank installed and maintained for FREE if you lease it from LG Jordan Oil?