Underground Propane Tanks

For Your Home or Business

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From Heating and Water to Cooking, and Generating Electricity

Propane tanks can be either above ground or underground. Underground propane tanks offer a number of benefits over above-ground tanks, including:

  • Safety: Underground propane tanks are less likely to leak than above-ground tanks because they are protected from the elements. If a leak does occur, the propane will be more likely to dissipate into the soil and air, rather than pool around the tank.
  • Durability: Underground propane tanks are more durable than above-ground tanks because they are not exposed to the sun, rain, snow, and wind. They are also less likely to be damaged by animals or vandalism.
  • Appearance: Underground propane tanks are not visible, which can be a plus for some people. They can also help to increase the value of a home or business.
  • Efficiency: Underground propane tanks can be more efficient than above-ground tanks because they are less likely to lose heat. The soil around the tank helps to insulate it, keeping the propane warmer and reducing the amount of energy needed to heat it.
  • Cost: The initial cost of installing an underground propane tank is higher than the cost of installing an above-ground tank. However, underground tanks can save money in the long run because they are more durable and efficient.
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Benefits for Homeowners

For homeowners, underground propane tanks offer a number of benefits, including:

  • Peace of mind: Knowing that your propane tank is safely buried underground can give you peace of mind. You don't have to worry about it being damaged by the elements or animals.
  • Increased property value: An underground propane tank can increase the value of your home. Buyers are often attracted to homes with hidden propane tanks because they are more aesthetically pleasing.
  • Less maintenance: Underground propane tanks require less maintenance than above-ground tanks. You won't have to worry about cleaning or painting the tank, and you won't have to worry about it being damaged by the elements.
  • Longer lifespan: Underground propane tanks have a longer lifespan than above-ground tanks. They are less likely to rust or corrode, and they are less likely to be damaged by animals or vandalism.
  • Peace of mind: Knowing that your propane tank is safely buried underground can give you peace of mind. You don't have to worry about it being damaged by the elements or animals. Increased property value: An underground propane tank can increase the value of your home. Buyers are often attracted to homes with hidden propane tanks because they are more aesthetically pleasing.
  • Less maintenance: Underground propane tanks require less maintenance than above-ground tanks. You won't have to worry about cleaning or painting the tank, and you won't have to worry about it being damaged by the elements.
  • Longer lifespan: Underground propane tanks have a longer lifespan than above-ground tanks. They are less likely to rust or corrode, and they are less likely to be damaged by animals or vandalism.
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Benefits for Businesses

For businesses, underground propane tanks offer a number of benefits, including:

  • Safety: Underground propane tanks are a safe and secure way to store propane for businesses. They are less likely to leak or be damaged, and they are less visible to potential vandals.
  • Efficiency: Underground propane tanks can be more efficient than above-ground tanks, which can save businesses money on their energy bills.
  • Space savings: Underground propane tanks can save businesses space. They don't take up any valuable real estate, and they don't need to be fenced in.
  • Compliance with regulations: In some areas, underground propane tanks are required by law. This is because they are considered to be safer than above-ground tanks.
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A Safe, Reliable, and Efficient Way to Store Propane

Here are some additional things to consider when choosing an underground propane tank:

  • The size of the tank: The size of the tank will depend on your propane needs. If you have a large home or business, you will need a larger tank.
  • The type of tank: There are two main types of underground propane tanks: steel and fiberglass. Steel tanks are more durable, but they are also more expensive. Fiberglass tanks are less expensive, but they are not as durable.
  • The location of the tank: The tank should be located in an area that is not prone to flooding or earthquakes. It should also be located at least 10 feet away from any building or property line.
  • The installation process: The installation of an underground propane tank should be done by a qualified professional.

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