Written on: May 9, 2022
If you’re in the market for a propane tank for your Greater Concord home, you’ve come to the right place!
Johnny Prescott is your one-stop-shop for propane tanks. We sell and install propane tanks in a wide range of sizes, to the highest standards for safety.
We also offer affordable propane tank leasing that takes the cost and hassle of buying, owning, maintaining, and repairing your propane tank off your hands.
You also get the most reliable propane delivery around as a Johnny Prescott customer.
Propane tanks are not one-size-fits-all. Your neighbor may have a similar-sized home to yours but may need a different size propane tank depending on how they use propane and what propane appliances are used in their home.
Our propane experts will go over your propane needs and make sure that you have the proper size of propane tank to meet them. Here are some common propane tank sizes and how they’re used, so you have an idea of what you may need for your home.
60-gallon tanks. This is a small tank for people who just use propane to heat one appliance in their house, such as a fireplace, range or space heater.
120-gallon tank. If you have two appliances that use propane, such as a cooktop or clothes dryer, this tank should be sufficient for your needs.
250-gallon tanks. This size tank holds enough propane for people who have three or more propane appliances, such as stoves, clothes dryers, water heaters, space heaters, and fireplaces. However, it’s not large enough for New Hampshire homes that are heated with propane.
320- and 500-gallon tanks. If you use propane for home heating and other appliances, you’re going to need one of these sizes.
1,000-gallon tanks. Commercial buildings are the most common sites for these tanks. If you have a big house with lots of propane appliances and use high-BTU appliances like as a pool heater, however, you could need this size tank.
You can count on Johnny Prescott for all your propane tank needs! Contact us today to learn more.