What Size Propane Tank Do I Need?
Installing a propane tank at your home or commercial business is a great way to stay warm all year round without breaking the bank. That being said, it’s imperative you choose the right propane tank size before it is installed onto your property. If you’re not quite sure where to begin, don’t fret! The professionals at Annapolis Propane & Fuels are here to help. Our premier propane company located in Glen Burnie, MD, is thrilled to help our valued customers throughout Glen Burnie, Annapolis, and beyond, discover which size propane tank is right for their usage. For your convenience, we have provided some information regarding the various sizes of propane tanks and their common uses. Learn more below!
|Tank Size||Location||Position||Capacity (at 80%)|
|59 Gallon||Aboveground only||Upright||47 gallons|
|120 Gallon||Aboveground or underground||Horizontal||96 gallons|
|124 Gallon (420)||Aboveground only||Upright||100 gallons|
|250 Gallon||Aboveground or underground||Horizontal||200 gallons|
|330 Gallon||Aboveground or underground||Horizontal||264 gallons|
|500 Gallon||Aboveground or underground||Horizontal||400 gallons|
|1,000 Gallon||Aboveground or underground||Horizontal||800 gallons|
59 Gallon Propane Tank
A 59 gallon propane tank is typically located above ground and is the perfect propane tank size for residential homes, as it accommodates uses such as cooking, fireplaces, drying clothes, and more.
120 Gallon Propane Tank
A 120 gallon propane tank is another option for residential properties and also located above ground, however, in a horizontal position rather than upright. This option is great for those that would like an upgrade from the standard 59 gallon tank.
124 Gallon Propane Tank
A 124 gallon propane tank is also located above ground and can be used in residential and commercial properties. This propane tank size is great for heating pools and providing supplemental heat for your home!
250 Gallon Propane Tank
A 250 gallon propane tank can be located above or underground and is typically used for properties with multiple appliances, generators, and heating your home or business.
330 Gallon Propane Tank
A 330 gallon propane tank is very similar to the 250, and has the same uses for your building or home. Check this size out for an upgrade!
500 Gallon Propane Tank
A 500 gallon propane tank, our second-to-largest tank, is also typically used for properties with a lot of appliances and remains similar to the 250 gallon and 330 gallon propane tanks, but slightly larger in capacity.
1,000 Gallon Propane Tank
The largest size offered, the 1,000 gallon propane tank is for large homes running completely on propane or for commercial buildings. Contact us today with any questions about commercial propane tank sizes!
Choosing the right size tank can be overwhelming, but the experts at Annapolis Propane & Fuels are here to help today! Contact us with any questions to get started.