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We carefully select the right propane tank based on your estimated usage and need for propane delivery.

The size and type of tank you select depends on the size of your home, how much power you need to generate for your connected appliances, and winter heating needs. Climate and terrain may also influence your choice of an underground or above-ground tank. Above-ground tanks are exactly that: the propane cylinder is typically installed in your backyard. While they are often more convenient to maintain and less expensive to install, above-ground tanks are not always the best fit for every property or homeowner. Another option is an underground tank; these are specially designed to stay buried in your yard. You’ll benefit from a better propane price per gallon when you own your own tank, plus propane is typically less expensive than gas.

Owning your own propane tank has several advantages, the greatest being the freedom to shop around for the best propane prices and services.
To own your own tank, it is critical to have the tank installed in a safe way that follows all codes and regulations.

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We Carefully Select The Right Size Propane Tank Based On Your Estimated Usage And Need For Propane Delivery.

When you’re using propane to power your building heat, equipment, or any other aspect of your business, downtime isn’t an option. That’s why we work hard to deliver the propane you need to get the job done.

Different portable propane tank sizes give you options when it comes to how much equipment you want to power and how long you can operate before you run out of gas.

UNDERGROUND PROPANE STORAGE TANKS

Propane tanks come in all different sizes and vary in use from powering your grill to your food truck, from your forklift to your fleet, from drying your crops to keeping your materials warm. In all cases, propane keeps your business fueled and operating with the highest efficiency.

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Used in Large commercial applications and heating larger homes with multiple appliances.

The cost to install a propane tank for a house ranges from $700 to $4,500 installed, but on average, expect to pay about $1,500 to install a 500-gallon above-ground propane tank and $2,000 for a 500-gallon underground tank. Prices depend on the size of the house, how much of the home is gas-powered, and the climate, if heating is included.

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For small grilling and auxiliary propane tanks, expect to spend between $50 and $150. A standard 20 lb. tank costs around $35, while a larger 100 lb. tank costs about $150.

Propane Tank Cost
National Average Cost $1,400
Minimum Cost $35
Maximum Cost $4,500
Average Range $600 to $2,500

To estimate the cost of a propane tank for your home, you will need to decide how big your tank needs to be. Most tanks can be installed either above or below ground.

Gallon Propane Tank Costs

A 120– to 325-gallon tank will take care of powering heating, cooking, fireplace, dryer, and standard hot water. However, you might want to spread out the number of times you refill it, in which case a 500-gallon tank would be more practical, only needing a refill every six months. Multi-zoned homes and homes with a hot tub and jacuzzi require a considerably larger tank.

Propane Tank Prices By Pound
Tank Weight Suitable for Capacity when filled to 80% Tank Price
100 lb. Home fireplaces, cooking, dryers, barbecues 25 gallons $150
420 lb. Home heating or hot water, dryers, fireplaces, generators, pool heat 100 gallons $700
500 lb. Small whole-home systems, home heating, generators, pool heat 400 gallons $1,500
1,000 lb. Large whole-home or small business systems, home heating, generators, pool heat 800 gallons $2,500

Price for Large Propane Tanks

The price to buy a large propane tank averages $1,500 for a 500-gallon tank and $2,500 for a 1000-gallon tank. A 500-gallon tank is ideal for residential use. Propane tanks larger than 500-gallons will require permanent underground installation in most cases.

Larger tanks are required for people who need to use around 5,000 gallons or more of propane per year—usually large business or farms, who can use it for farming tasks like corn drying. Ranging from 2,000- to 30,000-gallon tanks, costs vary from $11,000 to $80,000. Common large tank sizes are 2,000 to 18,000 gallons. 30,000-gallon tanks can power a small, sub-metered community.

Cost of Small Propane Tanks for Grills

For small grilling and auxiliary propane tanks, expect to spend $35 to $150 for an empty shell. A standard 20 lb. tank costs around $35 while a larger 100 lb. tank costs about $150. These small cylinder tanks are perfect if you need to power an outdoor grill or backup generator. There are specials for buying an extra tank at the exchanges too.

Costs of Propane Tanks for the Home

  • If you only need to run a few home appliances, a 250-gallon propane tank costs $1,200 installed.
  • To power all systems in your home, a 500-gallon tank will cost $1,500 to $2,000 installed.
  • For a larger home, you may prefer the extra storage of a 1000-gallon tank for a cost of $3,100 to $4,500 installed.

Underground Buried Propane Tank Cost| 1000 Gallon Underground Propane Tanks

An underground and buried propane tank costs $1,100 and $5,200 with most homeowners spending $1,900 for a 500-gallon tank or $4,400 to install a 1,000-gallon tank. Tanks that are 250 gallons or larger can be installed underground, with 500- to 1,000-gallon tanks being the most common.

Excavation And Trenching Labor Cost

Aside from the cost of the actual tank, there is the fee for the licensed installer, the installation package, and the excavating team. Working hours for the excavation team are extra at about $500–$600, starting with $95 for the first 30 min +$75/man/hour.

Reasons To Install Your Propane Tank Underground

advantages of underground propane tanks

  • You are in a geographical location with extreme weather, especially deep freezing. When underground, the tank is surrounded by earth, thus helping to keep the temperature steady.
  • Underground propane tanks are safer when it comes to potential damages like propane leaks since the leak will be more contained by the soil. Propane is harmless to your water and the environment, but it is combustible.
  • You’d rather have it out of sight. An underground tank can have landscaping surrounding the cap where the gauges and other controls are.
  • Sometimes, an underground tank can raise the value of the property.

Above-Ground Propane Tank Price

Above-ground propane tank prices are $700 to $2,500 on average, depending on the tank size, the amount of gas it holds, and whether it’s new, empty, used, or full.

Above-ground propane tank prices are $400 for a 100-gallon tank, $1,200 for a 250-gallon tank, $1,500 for a 500-gallon tank, and approximately $3,100 for a 1,000-gallon tank.

An above-ground propane tank is recommended if your property is located in an area with frequent flooding. There can be a problem with an underground tank “floating”, causing the tank to shift or float if the water rises above the propane level in the tank.

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Appliance Fuel Used
Furnace 1 gallon/hour
Fireplace 1 gallon/3 hours
Water Heater 1 gallon/d
Hot Tub 4 gallons/hour
Cooktop 5 gallons/month
Dryer 5 gallons/month

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Buying New vs. Used Propane Tanks

  • Refurbished tanks have all new valves and has been blasted and repainted.
  • Used Tanks have no safety guarantee. Smaller tanks for sale from tank exchange services often come with gas in them. All used tanks must be certified before being put to work.

A company in three states, Off Coast Propane Depot, offers a comparison of new and refurbished propane tanks for sale:

New vs. Used Propane Tank Prices
Tank Sizes Used Price Cost New Cost New Underground Tank
1,000 gallon $1,850 $2,500 $3,000
500 gallon $950 $1,700 $2,000
330 gallon $800 $1,400
250 gallon $650 $1,200
120 gallon vertical $550 $700
120 gallon horizontal  $450 None

Purchasing Full vs. Empty

Larger tanks are sold empty by law. Grill-size tanks, often called cylinders, are usually bought full.

Local Propane Tank Prices and Companies

For your local propane companies, we encourage looking at reviews here on Off Coast Propane Depot and Google. Online quotes are often unsubstantiated, which is why you must call to get pricing.

  1. Capacity – Any tank will only be filled to 80% capacity. Thus a 100-gal tank will be full at only 80 gallons. This safety precaution is to leave room for the expansion of the gas with warmth. New tanks come with an overfill protection device.
  2. Propane tank recertification – The National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) and the DOT require periodic recertification of stationary propane cylinders by qualified service technicians. Recertification costs $40 to $60 and must be done on any cylinder under 100 lb. twelve years from the date of manufacture and every five years following.
  3. Local building codes – Underground tanks must be installed at least 10 feet away from any traffic, building, or property line.
  4. Cold start issues – Propane performs well in cold weather climates because the fuel mixture (propane and air) is completely gaseous. This factor allows propane-powered vehicles and equipment to avoid many cold-start issues associated with using liquid fuels.

Is it better to purchase or rent a tank?

Buying a propane tank for your home gives you the freedom to purchase propane from the supplier of choice. It also leaves you responsible for all maintenance and certifications. Renting relieves one of the risks of breakdowns but restricts you to a single supplier.

If you plan on using the tank long term, buying it and doing yearly maintenance is a cheaper option because you get to take it with you if you move. Without the maintenance, leaks can cause you to lose money on lost propane.

How to tell how much propane your tank has left

Your home propane storage tank will have a gauge showing the percentage your tank is full. With smaller, portable tanks used for grilling, RVs, and even smokers, you can weigh the tank, deducting the empty weight of the tank. A simpler method is to take a small bucket of warm water and pour it over the side of the tank. Run your hand from top to bottom, and you will feel where the coldness of the propane starts—that will show you how much is left.

What is the price of actual propane/cost to refill your tank?

The actual price of propane is tied to crude oil prices. Many U-Haul locations and pay-at-the-pump options price it at $2.40 to $3.70 per gallon. A tractor supply company may have the lowest price, with no differentiation for use. Commonly, they will only fill up to 100 gallons.

Should I exchange or refill my old tank?

One consideration for refilling would be the potential savings, but saving up to $2 per gallon may be offset by the inconvenience of finding an open filling station. The advantage of exchanging the tank is getting one which is certified and properly serviced.

How much does propane tank recertification cost?

Propane tank recertification costs approximately $40 to ­60. Recertification must be done on any cylinder under 100 lb. twelve years from the date of manufacture, and every five years following.

What is the difference between propane and liquid propane?

Liquid propane is synonymous with propane. When one sees LPG, it could be propane or not. While propane is a liquified petroleum gas (hydrocarbon gas liquified through pressurization), so are butane, isobutane, and mixtures of them.

1000 Gallon Underground Propane Tanks Underground propane tanks help retain your curb appeal. Once buried, only the lid is seen protruding from the ground. The lid keeps the regulator, gauges, and filling port from exposure to the elements. We offer different propane tank sizes to meet a wide range of residential and commercial needs. When filled, the volume of propane is approximately 80% of the total tank capacity to allow for expansion.These large propane tanks are typically used for whole-home systems, home heating, generators, pool heat, commercial cooking, drying cleaning, and crop drying. The tank is about 6′ 3/16″  tall and 15′ 11″ long. It is appropriate for most buildings ranging from 4500 sq. ft. and up. Metered systems for small communities and shared commercial buildings commonly install 1000-gallon propane tanks as their central propane storage.This underground propane tank requires you to dig a hole in the yard on your property. Excavating the yard will cause damage and leave a large patch of dirt. However, you can plant grass and sod, and you’ll eventually be able to plant and landscape this space. In fact, the yard can end up looking even better than before and help raise the value of your property!Above-ground propane tanks can be an eyesore and can require more creative landscaping to hide. Underground propane tanks are also surrounded by earth so they’re not as affected by weather conditions and freezing temperatures as above-ground tanks.
  • Conforms to the latest edition of ASME Rules for Construction of Pressure Vessels, Section VIII, Division 1. Complies with NFPA 58.
  • Rated at 250 psig from -20° F to 125° F. All vessels are registered with National Board. Some standard vessels are available with CRN (Canadian Registration Number).
  • Heavy-duty steel is painted with a mastic application to ensure long life and remain anti-corrosive
  • Vessels shipped with durable ready-to-bury coating. Vessels, depending on manufacturing location, are either powder coated with phenolic epoxy, painted with a single application urethane coating, or primed with liquid epoxy and coated with liquid epoxy top coat – all providing a durable ready-to-bury coating.
  • All vessels are shipped vacuum pre-purged to enable a simplified first fill of the vessel.
  • The green composite dome provides a large working space and is resistant to the elements. Anode stud attached to riser pipe to enable ease of cathodic connection.

Specifications

  • Water Capacity: 1000 Gallons
  • Outside Diameter: 41″
  • Head Type: Hemi
  • Overall Length: 15′ 11″
  • Riser Height: 6′ 3/16″
  • Leg Width: 16 1/4″
  • Leg Spacing: 9′ 0″
  • Weight Empty: 1812 lbs.

PRESSURE VESSEL CODES & REGISTRATION

• Designed and constructed in accordance with the
ASME Section VIII, Division 1 Code
• Registered with the National Board of
Boiler & Pressure Vessels Inspectors
• Complies with NFPA 58
• Conforms to specifications set forth by the
Railroad Commission of Texas

PAINT SPECIFICATIONS

• Epoxy powder paint for maximum rust protection
• Tanks painted gray
• Ready to bury durable epoxy powder coating†
Shroud Features (500 & 1,000 gallons)
• Durable construction
• Large opening for easy filling and maintenance
• Recessed markers to indicate proper burial depth
• Permanent hole for mounting location flag
• Access on sides for flexible riser connection
• New shroud available for 500 gallon and
1,000 gallon UG tanks, shroud dimensions:
* Shroud for long riser 32 3/16” X 26 5/16”
* Shroud for short riser 19 3/8” X 26 5/16”

VESSEL FEATURES

• Tanks fully fitted with RegO valves and
Rochester liquid level gauges
• Container pressure rated at 250 PSI @ 400°F
• Vacuum purged
• Duplicate data plate is zip tied on the riser pipe
below is the anode bolt connection for convenience
• Product is offered with 14” short or 28” tall risers
• Anode bolt connection located under the dome
• Short or tall plastic shroud assemblies (w/lid)
supplied accordingly
• #54 liquid level outage valve orifice

PROCESS CONTROL
All welded products are x-rayed and pressure tested
@ 325 PSI per ASME Sec VIII, Div 1 requirements,
followed by rigorous leak test inspections, both
pre and post valving
STORAGE & DISTRIBUTION
Contact Propane Education & Research Council for
additional resources and information at Long Beach Off-Coast Port

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“Underground Propane Tanks Are A Hidden Asset”

Love Propane but hate to see a tank in your beautiful yard.  Bury it!  Environmentally safe underground propane tanks allow homeowners to have the tank sitting in the open yard.  Our underground tanks are available in sizes ranging from 250-500-1000 gallons a size to meet every need. 

 Off-Coast Propane Company takes great pride in the safety and appearance of our propane tanks.  Each tank is pressure tested prior to installation and regularly inspected by our delivery personnel; ReedGas offers several affordable plans to purchase your underground propane tank.

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Factors That Affect The Cost Of Propane Tank Installation

Buying or Leasing Propane Tank

Choosing to buy or lease (or rent) a propane tank is a major determiner of the overall cost of the propane tank installation. Buying a propane tank has a high startup cost, plus you’ll be expected to pay all maintenance costs. Owning your propane tank provides you the flexibility to contract out for propane service from any propane company.

Leasing or renting a propane tank can be a good option if you don’t expect to stay on the property for the long term. Leasing can be ideal if you simply don’t want to outlay money on a propane tank—especially since propane tanks add little or nothing to a home’s resale value.

Length of Pipe

The length of the pipe running from the propane tank to the entry point of the house influences the cost of installing a propane tank. The larger the tank, the farther away from the house it must be installed—per local code. A 1,000-gallon propane tank may need to be a minimum of 25 feet from the house.

Location

An exposed propane tank will be less expensive than a buried tank. A buried propane tank costs more to bury, plus maintenance and repair costs down the road will be higher.

In addition, locating the propane tank conveniently for refilling is important since the delivery truck’s hoses have limited lengths. Generally, the propane tank should be located no more than 80 feet away from a road, driveway, or another hard surface for the propane truck to drive onto.

Advantages And Disadvantages

Propane tanks buried underground are usually larger tanks and come in different sizes. Underground propane tanks can be used for many different applications and are typically used for homeowners or businesses wishing to run multiple appliances off a large tank.

In addition, underground propane tanks are commonly found in both residential and commercial applications. Read on for a comprehensive guide to the pros and cons of underground propane tanks.

Advantages

  • Appearance:
    Underground propane tanks are landscape-friendly and won’t mess up your lawn’s appearance. At most, you’ll need to plant some new grass. Many homeowners find an above-ground tank an eyesore that can potentially decrease their property values. The only thing you’ll have to get used to is a small “collar” sticking up in your yard and remember not to place anything on top of the area where the tank is.
  • Harsh Weather Is Not A Factor:
    An underground tank will deal with extreme temperatures much better than its above-ground counterparts. Since there is earth and soil surrounding them, there is less chance of drastic weather changes affecting or disrupting your tank. Also, during the winter time, underground tanks will receive warmth from the earth.
  • Safety:
    Underground tanks are typically safer than above-ground tanks because they are never exposed to any outside elements. They are also installed with anode bags to protect it from the natural electrical currents sent through the Earth. If for some reason there is a gas leak in an underground propane tank, the gas will remain in the soil underneath the ground, ensuring that the fuel will not harm the local soil or water.
  • Increases Home Value:
    Some homes will increase in value with the addition of an underground propane tank. More and more homes are seeing the benefit of switching to propane as a whole-home heating source. Also, underground propane tanks don’t provide an eye sore for vehicles driving by.

Disadvantages

  • More Expensive:
    The installation of an underground tank includes more upfront work and extra protective features to keep it safe from corrosion and contamination. However, when you choose to lease an underground propane tank from GVP and use it for whole-house heat or commercial heat, we’ll do the installation for free!
  • Floating Tank Problems:
    If your underground propane tank is in an area that is prone to flooding and is not installed correctly, your tank could end up floating underground. Unfortunately, the effects can be detrimental and include cracked tanks, broken tank straps, twisted and damaged supply lines, and damage to your yard and landscaping.
  • May Lead To Unique Safety Challenges:
    While underground propane tanks have proven very safe to use over the years, they do bring some unique safety challenges. For example, detecting a leakage takes more effort than for above-ground tanks. Secondly, natural pressures underground can make it warp over time. The good news is that regular inspections can help you identify such problems before they cause damage.

Delivery To Underground Propane Tanks

Delivering underground propane tanks requires a little more knowledge of the consumer’s property.  With our experience and advanced technology system, we have no problem! Our drivers locate the underground tank by identifying the “collar” of the tank sticking out of the ground.

They pull the hose up to the tank location, kneel down, open the collar to expose the fill pipe, and fill the tank. Because underground tanks are usually larger, you can expect the filling process to take a bit longer.

It’s important to have the collar clearly marked and cleared of all snow for our drivers during harsh weather. We do our best to clean the inside of the collar of all leaves, but drivers do appreciate it when customers lend a helping hand with this.

 

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Installation Of Underground Propane Tanks

If you have decided that an underground propane tank is a right choice for your home or business, you should know what to expect when it comes to installing it.

After determining what size propane tank you need and what it will be used for, Great Valley Propane will take over. Here are the things we plan for:

  • All propane tanks must meet certain NFPA 58 codes and be placed the required distance from windows, doors, ignition sources, and property lines.
  • The ground above the tank must remain open.
  • The hole must be deep enough to accommodate the tank, plus an additional foot of dirt on top of the tank to ensure proper insulation and compliance with the code.
  • Anode bags are placed around the tank before it is put into place to protect it from the naturally occurring electrical current in the soil, known as electrolysis.
  • Propane lines will be run underground in trenches that are dug by our team and connected.
  • Great Valley Propane will rake and seed your yard to ensure your yard will return to how it looked prior to the installation.
  • After completion, all new propane tanks will receive pressure and leak check to make sure everything is in functioning order.

Great Valley Propane knows all the local codes and regulations so you don’t have to worry!

Commercial Uses For Underground Propane Tanks

When it comes to your business, appeal and efficiency are two of the most important factors to consider. If you would like your company to benefit from everything propane has to offer but don’t want a big tank outside your building, then an underground tank is a perfect option for you.

Underground propane tanks are hidden out of sight from your customers, so they will never know it’s there. In addition, burying a large underground propane tank at your business can help decrease the number of deliveries you receive and keep you running for longer periods of time. Businesses are all about being as efficient as possible with their money and services, so contact us today to let us help you!

Underground propane tanks are commonly found at golf courses, tennis courts, and many more businesses!

Common Sizes

Propane tanks that GVP commonly installs below the ground can range from 320-gallon tanks to 1,990-gallon tanks. Below are some more details on the most common options for underground installation:

320-Gallon

A 320-gallon tank holds about 256 gallons of propane when full. It is perfect for users who wish to bury their propane tank while still having suitable storage and don’t want a big 500-gallon tank in their yard. It is commonly used for residential hot water, generators, pool heaters, and heating smaller homes.

500-Gallon

A 500-gallon underground propane tank is approved to hold 400 gallons of propane and is suitable for larger homes that rely on propane to power their appliances and their heating system. In addition, it is an excellent choice for small to medium-sized commercial applications. Homes and businesses choose this option when they want the tank out of sight and also might not have room for a larger tank.

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1,000-Gallon

A 1,000-gallon tank is approved to hold 800 gallons of propane when filled to capacity. Some large homes and businesses require multiple tanks of this size. 1000-gallon underground propane tanks are typically found in homes that use propane for their heating system and most of their appliances.

Keep in mind, both the 500-gallon and 1,000-gallon tanks can be placed above ground as well.

1,900-Gallon

A 1,900-gallon tank holds about 1,592 gallons of propane when full. Commercial businesses love big tanks because it means less frequent fill-ups and more extended operating power! They are almost exclusively for commercial heating purposes but can be used when building out large complexes full of apartments, townhomes, or single-family homes.

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1 review for 1000 Gallon Underground Propane Tanks

  1. Kevin Brown

    All three tanks arrived in perfect condition. Installation took longer than i though due to the poor drainage in my yard. But thanks to the experience team of workers everything was put in the right place and right now i am very satisfied.

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