If you are a homeowner or a business owner who is making the switch over to using propane to fuel appliances or if you are in the midst of adding additional propane appliances to your home or commercial space and are, therefore, in need of a new propane tank, you have probably learned that propane tanks come in a variety of sizes.
Propane tanks range in size. There are smaller tanks that can fuel a few appliances at a time and then there are larger tanks that are able to heat a fairly large home or office space.
Let’s take a look at some more specifics to give you an idea about what’s available on the propane tank market:
Most propane tanks, including most of the propane tanks K.B. Johnson sells, have a gauge with numbers that indicate a percentage. When the line on the gauge is at, say, 30%, you know that your tank is 30% full. We never recommend letting your tank get below this 30% level. Staying above 30% decreases your chances of finding yourself without any fuel at all.
Selecting a propane tank is not a one size fits all procedure. You want to make sure you get a tank that meets the specific needs of you, your family or your business.
The following factors should be considered when figuring out what size propane tank you should get:
Whether you need a larger tank to fuel a commercial space or a smaller tank for a few appliances throughout your home, K.B. Johnson has what you need. We carry a wide variety of propane tanks and our team can help you figure out exactly what you need.
Not only that, but we can deliver the propane you need to fill your propane tank directly to your Central North Carolina home or business.
Contact K.B. Johnson today to learn more about our selection or propane tanks and the different propane delivery options we offer.