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As we approach the reinstatement of disconnects and late fees, we want to continue helping members! If you have accumulated a large balance during COVID-19, please call us now at 1-800-451-5474 to set up a special payment plan and discuss crisis assistance available from our In This Together Relief Fund.
Looking to install a propane gas tank in your home? You've come to the right place! The first thing that will probably help you decide, is which sized propane tank is right for you. This depends entirely on how often you use propane. If you use it to fuel only a few appliances, a 100-gallon tank should be enough. But if you heat your entire home, you will need a much bigger tank.
Smaller propane tanks can remain above ground, while larger tanks can be either above ground, or buried in the backyard. While burying a tank does not sound very difficult, it is recommended that you have the propane company come out and do it for you. They have trained installers who know exactly how deep to dig the hole, and other guidelines that need to be followed. This is to ensure safety, for you, your home, and even the surrounding environment.