When you purchase an old home in the country or woods that has a damaged propane tank, you want to have it replaced before you move in. If you plan to use propane for heat and hot water, you want to find a reliable and efficient tank for your home. If you don't like the look of the above ground tank, a better option is available. Here are a few of the reasons why you should ask the propane professionals about installing an underground unit for your property, and things you'll need to do to get the process started.
Talk with a Utility Contractor
You have to talk with a utility contractor to see what different pipes will have to be installed to take the propane into the house, in case there are new hookups and plumbing that needs to be installed. A utility contractor will have to pull the permits for this project and make sure that everything is done right.
Look at Inground Options
An inground tank option could be the best propane choice for your home, especially if you don't like the location of the current propane tank. The inground option is beneficial because:
Having the old tank removed, and then a new inground tank put in is a consideration you should make, so get an estimate.
Find a Propane Delivery Service
You will need to have a propane delivery service come out to the property to fill the tank after you have your new tank installed. You want to find a company you can rely on that will be able to fill it when it's empty at an affordable price, and that can fill an underground propane tank safely. The company can check levels when needed so you don't run out during the winter when cold weather hits.
If you think that your old property would look better when you remove the propane tank, and you want to put the tank underground, this is an investment worth making. Talk with all the necessary utility and propane contractors and providers like Southall Gas LLC to determine when you can get this project started, how long it's going to take to get the project completed, and how much it will cost.Share
25 July 2017
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