Are you looking to lease a propane tank?
If you are interested in leasing a propane tank give us a call today. We lease a variety of sizes including: 120, 250, 500, 1000.
Henry is pictured below standing next to a typical residential tank, which is 500 gallons. This is for a home that uses a propane furnace and water heater. If you only have a fireplace or cookstove running on propane you can lease a smaller size tank such as a 250. Many agriculture operations use a large amount of propane during harvest so they use a 1000 gallon tank.
Propane Tank Gauge
Pictured is a typical gauge that reads the tank is a little over 80%. When a delivery driver fills your tank they will never fill it to 100% because propane expands with warm temperatures and contracts with cooler temperatures. Filling the tank to only 80% is a precaution to keep you safe when expansion occurs.
Keep Full List
The "keep full" list is a list of customers who prefer to have their propane tank filled automatically, without having to call in requesting gas. The benefit of being on this list is that you don't have to worry about running out of gas because you forgot to look at your gauge. Propane Hank understands it can be a hassle putting on layers, snow boots and gloves to run outside in -17° when you think it's getting low. With the Keep Full program the delivery driver keeps track of your usage and degree days so that they can fill your tank before you run out. In most cases the driver will not put any propane in your tank if its more than 30% full.To join the list just give us a call or fill out the form below.
Join the Keep Full List
Is your tank in need of a fresh coat of paint?
Propane Hank wants his customers to be happy with even the minute details, such as the aesthetic look of your tank. If you are leasing a Johnson Propane tank, we will occasionally come out and put a fresh coat of paint on it. The lid is a bright red, and the body of the tank is silver. This is a free service we offer in the summer for our Johnson Propane customers because we know it can be an eye sore when your tank looks dingy, and a fresh coat of paint makes a world of difference.
Own your own tank, but want it painted? Give Propane Hank a call and he will give you the pricing.
Thinking about painting your own tank? Make sure that you stick with light colors. Do not paint your tank dark colors because in hot temperature a dark color will soak in more heat, causing propane to expand. If your propane is expanding more than what your tank can hold, the gas has to go somewhere.