Propane Tanks Sales & Leasing in New Jersey & PA
Blue Flame Gas Provides Safe, High-Quality Installations of Propane Tank
The underground and aboveground storage tanks that Blue Flame Gas installs are made of heavy-gauge steel with a special coating to prevent corrosion. Our tanks are designed to last for decades!
We have many different sizes to suit the needs of your home or your business. Choices range from smaller tanks that are ideal for fueling multiple appliances, to larger tanks with the capacity to heat a large home as well as to run many different appliances, including water heaters, stoves, clothes dryers, fireplaces and pool and spa heaters.
If you have large home or you’re a business with a heavy propane demand, we will be glad to do a complete analysis so we can help you choose the tank size that works best for you.
Whatever tank you decide on, remember that safety matters the most to us, and that’s why our team of tank experts have completed the propane industry’s rigid Certified Employee Training Program (CETP).
Typical Propane Tank Sizes We Install
120-gallon or 250-gallon tanks
These tanks typically store fuel for people who use a significant amount of propane but not for home heating. They may use it for stoves, clothes dryers, water heaters, space heaters, generators or fireplaces.
325-gallon or 500-gallon tanks
These tanks store large amounts of propane for customers who use propane for heating. They are generally designed for households using 100–200 gallons a month.
1,000-gallon tanks and larger
These tanks are used for large residential estates or commercial and industrial applications.
Our inventory also includes 20-, 30-, 40- and 100-pound cylinders. These portable propane tank styles are generally used for gas grills, heaters, cooking stoves, RV’s and other uses.
Deciding Whether to Buy or Lease Your Propane Tank
Some customers wonder whether they should buy or lease their tank. Here is information to help you decide which option is right for you.
The biggest advantage of owning your propane tank is that you’re not tied to one supplier; you can buy your propane from anyone. But unless you plan to keep going through the hassle of switching from supplier to supplier, you are better off leasing a tank from a company that you like and trust. When you lease your tank from Blue Flame Gas, we are responsible for tank maintenance and safety; we are experts in the safe handling of propane tanks.
Most customers find that leasing a tank is cost-effective and lessens worries. Buying and installing your own tank could cost anywhere from $450 to $3,000, depending on its size and type (aboveground or underground). A customer who owns a tank is also entirely responsible for all maintenance and repairs.
Determining the Proper Size for Your Propane Tank
If you already have a tank installed on your property but feel you are calling for fill-ups too often, you may need to upgrade to a bigger tank. Our propane experts can help you evaluate your needs and ensure that you have the right size tank for your home or business.
Please contact us to learn more about our economical tank leasing options or to request an estimate for the sale and installation of a propane tank.