Written on: August 11, 2022
If your home uses propane, Boehlke Bottled Gas makes having a propane tank easy!
For starters, we have the largest supply and selection of propane tanks in southeastern Wisconsin. Our team of skilled and experienced service technicians provide expert installation to the highest safety and quality standards.
Another way we make having a propane tank easy is with our affordable and worry-free propane tank leasing. Instead of you having to spend thousands of dollars up-front for purchasing and installing a tank, then being on the hook for all maintenance and repair costs, Boehlke Bottled Gas handles it all!
Boehlke Bottled Gas also has the most dependable propane delivery service around. And with our FREE wireless propane tank monitoring, you’ll never have to worry about your propane supply again! The monitor uses wireless and cellular technology to let us know in real time precisely how much propane is in your tank. When it reaches a set level, it sends us a notification and we schedule a delivery to your home.
Each home uses propane differently. Some homes use it for only a couple of appliances, like a range or a fireplace. Others use it for several appliances. And many use propane for whole-house heating, cooking, whole-house backup generators, and more. What size propane tank you need depends on several factors, such as the size of your home and how well insulated it is if you use propane for home heating.
Boehlke Bottled Gas has tanks in sizes to fit every home’s usage. Here are some of the standard propane tank sizes so you’ll have an idea of what you need for your home.
60-gallon tanks. For people who only use propane for one appliance in their houses, such as a range, space heater, or fireplace, this little tank is ideal.
120-gallon tank. If you use two appliances, such as a cooktop or clothes dryer, you’ll likely want this tank.
250-gallon tanks. This tank can hold enough propane for homes with three or more gas appliances, such as ranges, clothes dryers, water heaters, space heaters, and fireplaces. However, it is not large enough for whole-house heating.
320- and 500-gallon tanks. If you use propane for home heating and other appliances, you will need one of these sizes. Which size you need depends on the size of your home as well as which other propane appliances you use.
1,000-gallon tanks. Commercial applications are the most frequent use for these tanks. However, if you have a large home and use propane for whole-house heating and high-BTU appliances like as a pool heater, you could require this size tank.
Boehlke Bottled Gas is your one-stop propane tank shop. Contact us today to learn more about our services, including wireless propane tank monitoring!