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Propane Tank Installation and Wireless Propane Tank Monitoring for Miami, Fort Lauderdale, and West Palm Beach

Southeast Propane takes care of all your propane tank needs!

There are several reasons you’re in the market for a new propane tank. Perhaps you’re building or buying a new home. Or maybe you want to add more propane appliances and want a bigger propane tank.

Whatever the reason, Southeast Propane is your one-stop shop! We install propane tanks in a wide range of sizes and also offer propane tank leasing and wireless propane tank monitoring. We also run gas lines to your home and both indoor and outdoor propane appliances.

propane tanks and monitoring in South Florida

Once your tank is installed, we provide the most dependable propane delivery in South Florida.

Are you looking to install a propane tank at your home? Fill out the form below and we’ll promptly get back to you.

Should I buy or lease my propane tank?

Southeast Propane both sells and leases the propane tanks we install. Which you choose is individual preference. Our affordable propane tank leasing offers several advantages.

You don’t need to spend a lot of money up-front on purchase and installation. You also are off the hook when it comes to propane tank maintenance and propane tank repair costs. We take care of those!

What size propane tank do I need?

You and a friend may have a similar-sized home but need different propane tank sizes. It depends on how much propane you use and how you use it. These are the tank sizes we have available, and their uses, so you can have an idea of what size tank works for your home:

100-lb. vertical tank. If you only use one small propane appliance such as a clothes dryer or fireplace, this size tank may suffice.

200-lb. vertical tank. Do you have two or three propane appliances like a range, clothes dryer or fireplace? You may need this size tank.

420-lb. vertical tank. This size tank is used in several ways, such as home space heating, pool and spa heating and propane whole-house backup generators.

120-gallon horizontal tank. If you have a couple of propane appliances, like a heater, range or clothes dryer, this size could be for you.

250-gallon horizontal tank. This propane tank size works for homes with three or more propane appliances such as a water heater, range or heater.

500-gallon horizontal tank. If your home is on the larger side and you use a lot of propane appliances both indoors and outsize, you may need this size tank.

1,000-gallon horizontal tank. This size tank is most commonly seen in commercial applications. However, it may be needed in estate homes that use propane for water heating, cooking, pool and spa heating and other high-BTU propane appliances.

Worry-free wireless propane tank monitoring

Most of our customers use Automatic Delivery to get their propane. We track your propane usage history and use that information to make sure you get a propane delivery to your home before you run low.

Some customers need more precision when it comes to propane delivery. If your propane use is irregular, or if you live away from your home for part of the year, you can sign up for our wireless propane tank monitoring. Our monitor uses wireless and cellular technology to keep us informed of exactly how much propane is in your tank any time of day or night. Once your tank gauge reaches a set level, the monitor sends us a notification and we make a delivery. It’s the ultimate in peace of mind!

Become a Southeast Propane customer and get expert propane tank installation and service!