Written on: July 19, 2021
When it comes to a propane tank for your New Hampshire home, it’s a very individual thing.
It is important to get the propane tank size that’s best suited for your needs. With decades of experience in this field and a wealth of knowledge, Johnny Prescott can give you what you need so you will be satisfied with your choice.
You and your neighbor may have similar-sized homes but need different sizes of propane tanks because of how you use propane. This primer on propane tanks sizes will help you understand how they meet the needs for your home.
120-gallon to 150-gallon tanks. If you use propane to cook, heat water, dry clothes, or for a fireplace you’ll need one of these tanks. However, they are too small for whole-house heating.
250-gallon tanks. If you use three or more propane appliances, you’re going to need a tank at least this size. Again, these are too small to heat your whole house with a furnace or boiler.
500-gallon tanks. Heating your home with propane is environmentally friendly, energy efficient, and cost-effective. These particular size tanks are often used in whole-house heating systems. For instance, a 500-gallon tank is usually suited to suit an entire home’s heating needs, as well as for cooking, water heating, and more.
1,000-gallon tanks. These are often used for commercial purposes. They provide a source of fuel for all sorts of operations from heating to fueling commercial kitchens. If you own a very large home and use propane for heating, cooking, water heating, and other high-BTU appliances like a pool or spa heater, you may need this size tank.
When you buy a propane tank, there are many associated costs. These include the cost for the tank itself and installation, as well as any maintenance or repair charges that come up. These costs go into the thousands of dollars.
With affordable propane tank leasing from Johnny Prescott, you don’t have to worry about maintenance. We handle everything!
Contact us to learn more about our affordable propane tank leasing!