Tank Installation: Here’s How it Works
When it comes to heating your home, you want the most bang for your buck. Propane is the energy source that many families choose because it’s safe, sustainable, and versatile. With propane comes the process of a tank installation. The questions of how that process works and what’s involved will be discussed in the following.
The first thing is to consider the type of propane tank that will work best for your needs. The underground and aboveground sizes range from 60 to 1,000-gallon tanks. To determine the most appropriate size, click here. If you are unsure about your tank size needs, our site estimator is able to help during the next step.
Next, the site estimator will conduct an evaluation and make necessary recommendations. Once the estimate is completed, a proposal agreement will be sent for signed approval, along with a credit application. When credit passes, the process of obtaining necessary permits will be conducted to do trenching or line work (if applicable).
After the permits are obtained, a “rough in” inspection is requested from the county if necessary. This means that the lines are brought in and laid out for installation. From there, the tank is set, levelled, and thoroughly tested for leaks.
At Tevis Propane, our certified technicians ensure that your experience throughout the tank installation process is safe and satisfactory. Our experts deliver exceptional quality in every project, no matter how unique.
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