How long has your current propane tank been on your property? Perhaps you continued propane service from the prior homeowner when you purchased your home. Or maybe you own your tank outright. In Flagstaff, Sedona, Prescott and other towns that we service, customers sometimes worry that their propane tank is on its last legs.
With over 25 years of experience serving northern Arizona households, Superior Propane can easily replace your tank with minimal disruption to your daily life.
Aboveground propane tanks — which power home heating and major appliances — have long lifespans, typically over 30 years. Underground tanks have slightly shorter life expectancies, closer to 20-30 years.
Whatever type of stationary tank you have, you can expect it to be there for the long haul.
No home equipment lasts forever, and there will come a time when you’ll need to replace your propane tank. Here are some indicators that your propane tank is nearing retirement.
A failing propane tank is a significant issue. It can lead to a gas leak that poses a serious safety risk. Don’t delay contacting us if you notice any of these warning signs. A Superior Propane team member will inspect your tank and advise if it needs service or a total replacement.
If you need to replace your home propane tank, you won’t find a more diligent, safety-focused partner in northern Arizona than Superior Propane.
We sell and install propane tanks in a range of sizes. Our team can identify the perfect model to accommodate all your gas-powered systems and appliances. From there, we offer a “Hassle-Free Switch” to customers. What’s included in this process?
You’ll be amazed at how quickly our team can get your home safely connected for propane service.
If you think your propane tank is ready to be replaced, get in contact with our team today.