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Buy ASME and DOT  approved gas tanks online. Both underground and above ground gas tanks available, Used and propane gas tanks for sale online. For both residential and industrial purposes.

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. GET QUOTE NOW

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Tank Certification & Recertification
Make sure you ask your supplier what type of tanks they use or that they supplied you with.

If you have a DOT tank, it will be certified by either DOT or NFPA (National Fire Protection Agency). It’s first recertification will be required 12 years after your tank’s manufacture date. Then require recertification every five years (after that initial recertification).

If you have an ASME tank, they are lifetime certified and don’t require any recertification’s. Propane Depot only uses ASME tanks in their installations. These tanks cost more money but are the best option out there for safety and convenience.

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Are you ready to purchase your own propane tanks?

Owning your own propane tank has several advantages, the greatest being the freedom to shop around for the best propane prices and services.

Beyond that, you can finally leave fixed pricing, annual fees, and poor customer service behind.

Just make sure to have the tank installed in a safe way that follows all codes and regulations.

Long Beach Off-coast Port Services gives you peace of mind knowing that your propane tank and connections are installed safely, properly, and with quality workmanship.

We offer our 500-gallon propane tanks (plus more!) for sale

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500 GALLON AG/UG TANK

These horizontal tanks are available for above-ground or underground installations. Available in 120 through 1,000-gallon capacities. “AG” above-ground tanks are painted and “UG” tanks are coated for underground use. “AG/UG” tanks are approved for above or below-ground use.

Off-coast Propane Depot Now Supplies a Full Line of Gas-Powered Appliances

In today’s world, everyone is looking to be more fuel efficient due to the raising fuel prices and the threat to our environment. Having high-efficiency appliances running in your home is not only going to save you money every month on fuel costs, but it will also provide for a better world in the future.

500 gallon LP tank, a 20kw Generac, Raypak gas pool heater, and Noritz 1111 tankless hot water heater installed at his home.

All of these are great high-efficiency products that will benefit your home and your pocket. Here is some more information on all of these appliances:

500 Gallon LP Tank

  1. You are not tied to just one gas supplier. You can pick any gas company you choose.
  2. The tank is buried underground so it will not take up any space in your yard.
  3. Propane is a clean energy source, so by having a propane tank you are practicing environmentally friendly behaviors.

20kw Generac

  1. It can be installed in almost any type of home.
  2. It can back up a multitude of air conditioners in your home and other additional rooms.
  3. It is extremely corrosion-resistant because of its aluminum fixture.

Raypak Gas Pool Heater

  1. It doesn’t matter if you have natural gas or propane, this system works for both types of fueling systems.
  2. It’s extremely weather and wind-resistant, provides years of durability, and it will not rust or damage your pool.
  3. They take up a lot less space than traditional heaters.

Noritz 1111 Tankless Hot Water Heater

  1. You can save up to 40% on your current water heating bill.
  2. You won’t have any hot water shortages because a tankless heats water when needed.
  3. These heaters have a lifespan of up to 20 years.

Reliable Power Systems can now supply a full line of these gas-powered appliances through our gas supply houses, so don’t hesitate to ask about all that we can do.

Have questions about any of these appliances? Give us a call at Reliable Power Systems today!

This 500 gal propane tank size is perfect for central heating and hot water heaters. Typically, 500 gallon propane tanks are used for whole-home systems, home heating, generators, and pool heat. 500-gallon propane tanks are also used for commercial applications, such as heating, cooking, dry cleaning, and crop drying. The tank is about 3′ 11 1/2″ tall and 9′ 10″ in length.

This 500 gal propane tank size is appropriate for most homes ranging from 2500 to 4500 square feet. It is the smallest tank size that metered systems for communities will be drawn from. Long Beach Off coast Port offers a 500-gallon propane tank for sale at the best price.

With this above-ground propane tank for sale, you can save installation time and costs compared to underground models. The underground tank requires professionals to excavate your lawn. There’s also the risk of “floating,” meaning that the tank could shift under the ground if it’s not completely settled on a sturdy foundation. Above-ground tanks stand several inches off the ground and are safer for flooding conditions.

Propane stores well, is clean-burning, and is easy to refill. Simply lift the lid on the propane tank, and check the gauge inside. The best time to call your propane dealer for a refill is when it’s at 20-30 percent full. Propane is odorless, but an odorant is added to it so that it will give off a smell if it’s leaking.  If you have questions about the operation of your appliance or gas systems, contact your local gas dealer.

Never allow your gas container to be filled above the maximum safe level.

A regulator is required for use to reduce the pressure of the tank to the working, usable pressure.

Features

  • Class 150
  • ASME certified, meaning that once it’s installed it is not portable
  • Above ground tank

Specifications

  • Water Capacity: 500 Gallons
  • Outside Diameter: 37.5″
  • Head Type: Ellip
  • Overall Length: 9′ 10″
  • Overall Height: 3′ 11 1/2″
  • Leg Width: 15″
  • Leg Spacing: 5′ 0″
  • Weight Empty: 920 lbs.

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The underground Tank is Ready-to-Bury with a Durable Coating

This 500 gal propane tank size is perfect for central heating and hot water heaters. Typically, 500 gallon propane tanks are used for whole-home systems, home heating, generators, and pool heat. 500 gallon propane tanks are also used for commercial applications, such as heating, cooking, dry cleaning, and crop drying. The tank is about 5′ 9 3/8 tall and 9′ 10″ in length.

This 500 gal propane tank size is appropriate for most homes ranging from 2500 to 4500 square feet. It is the smallest tank size that metered systems for communities will be drawn from. Long Beach Off coast Port offers a 500-gallon propane tank for sale at the best price.

Valspar “Q-thane”, a ready-to-bury, special underground propane tank coating, was developed specifically to give your 500-gal underground tank superior durability and corrosion resistance for decades to come. Because propane is a nontoxic fuel that won’t contaminate water sources or soil, these large tanks can be buried underground without any risk to the environment. Plus, it won’t disrupt the look of your landscape!

 

Propane stores well are clean-burning and are easy to refill. Simply lift the lid on the propane tank, and check the gauge inside. The best time to call your propane dealer for a refill is when it’s at 20-30 percent full. Propane is odorless, but an odorant is added to it so that it will give off a smell if it’s leaking.  If you have questions about the operation of your appliance or gas systems, contact your local gas dealer.

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Never allow your gas container to be filled above the maximum safe level.

A regulator is required for use to reduce the pressure of the tank to the working, usable pressure.

Features

  • Class 150
  • Quality steel construction
  • ASME certified, meaning that once it’s installed it is not portable
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Specifications

  • Water Capacity: 500 Gallons
  • Outside Diameter: 37.5″
  • Head Type: Hemi
  • Overall Length: 9′ 10″
  • Riser Height: 5′ 9 3/8″
  • Leg Width: 15″
  • Leg Spacing: 5′ 0″
  • Weight Empty: 953 lbs.
  • 500 Gallon Propane Tanks are the perfect tank for homes and businesses!

    500 Gallon Propane Tanks

    Are you looking to purchase a 500-gallon propane tank (or a series of tanks) for your home or business?

    If so, talk to us at Long Beach Off coast Port to see what is right for your situation!

    We offer stand-alone 500-gallon propane tanks

    Maybe you aren’t sure if you need a 500-gallon tank or another size. If so, here are a few tips for you: 

    Make sure to consider several factors that influence how long a tankful of propane lasts:

    First, what are you using the tank for? If you are using propane only to heat your home, it will last longer than if you are using it for heat, plus power to appliances.

    Second, how big is your home? A bigger home requires more energy to heat, and therefore, uses propane more quickly.

    Third, how efficient is your home? Homes that are well insulated and have quality windows and doors require much less heat energy since they lose heat to the outdoors.

    In the end, know this: 

    An average home furnace burns 500-1,200 gallons of propane per year. An average homeowner uses between 200-300 gallons of propane per year for hot water. 

    That means that if you have an average-sized family, live in a moderately sized house, and use propane for heating and hot water a 500-gallon tank is perfect for you! 

    It is important to remember that your tank must be installed and hooked up according to state and federal codes and regulations.  For your safety, please make sure you select a reputable installer.

    500 Gallon Propane Tank

    Dimensions: 9′ 11″ long and 37.5″ in diameter

    Uses: Primarily used for home heating or homes with 2-3 propane appliances such as supplemental or space heaters, hot water heaters, and generators.

    A 500-gallon propane tank holds 400 gallons of propane when full.

    So you’ve decided to ditch the electric heat system and go with the cleaner, more efficient alternative: propane. One of the first things you’ll need to know when making the switch is: what about propane tanks? What water heaters are available and what size will I need to meet my propane supply needs?

    First, what is a propane tank and why do you need one? A propane tank is a storage container where the propane you’ll need for your heating system or other gas-powered appliances is kept. Storage tanks are generally designed to hold a month’s worth of propane, so tank sizes vary depending on the size of one’s home and one’s monthly propane usage.

    Propane tanks come in a variety of sizes; more common ones include the 120-, 250-, 330-, and 500-gallon tanks. They come in horizontal or vertical configurations, though many of the sizes over 120 gallons are available only in horizontal forms. Above- and below-ground, installation can be chosen.

    A 500-gallon horizontal propane tank is best for smaller homes that rely on propane gas to power entire home heating systems or various appliances, such as stoves, water heaters, fireplaces, and even outdoor lighting. The most common of residential propane tanks, the 500-gallon unit is recommended for homes at least 2,500 square feet.

    Read on to get more details about the uses and benefits of a 500-gallon propane storage tank and decide if this is the best choice for your home and propane needs.

    Uses

    As discussed, the use of a 500-gallon horizontal propane tank is to store the propane needed to power one’s home. This tank size is also used by many small commercial businesses that rely on propane for heating, lighting, alternate heating, and hot water; commercial cooking establishments might turn to propane to power their stoves. The 500-gallon tank can also be utilized for agricultural purposes, such as tobacco curing, dry cleaning, or peanut drying.

    If your home has a central heating system, the 500-gallon horizontal propane tank is most commonly recommended. When filled to 80 percent (accounting for expansion, propane tanks are only filled at 80 percent), the 500-gallon tank holds 400 gallons of propane.

    Basically, you will need to calculate how much propane you will use on a monthly basis when determining the required tank size. If you’re running a furnace, fireplace, hot water heater, clothes dryer, and possibly more, you’ll likely go with the 500-gallon tank.

    Recommended Locations

    Your propane storage tank is required to be ten feet from the propane line and a minimum of ten feet from a home or building.

    Both above- and underground installation options are available for the 500-gallon horizontal propane tank. To meet strict regulatory guidelines, it is recommended that homeowners and business owners utilize licensed technicians from a propane supply company to handle the installation of a storage tank, particularly for underground models.

    Wherever a tank is installed, it should always be easily accessible for propane delivery trucks. Locked fences, too much shrubbery, and a blocked driveway are all obstacles that make it difficult or even impossible for delivery drivers to complete a propane delivery.

    Benefits

    Perhaps the top benefit of choosing a 500-gallon propane storage tank is savings: by choosing a larger tank, you’ll be able to accept delivery of more propane in one trip. A lower price rate for buying propane in large quantities could apply, saving you money over the course of a year.

    With this tank size, you’re also assured of having the amount of propane you need between deliveries, so there’s much less of a chance you’ll run out when you need your propane supply the most. It’s not fun to run out of your power supply for your home heating system in the middle of the night during a bone-chilling cold spell.

    The horizontal configuration also works well if you choose to have the tank installed aboveground; the lower unit could be more inconspicuous than a vertical tank.

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    Are you an East Coast resident living in NC or in the Mount Joy, PA, vicinity? Also serving parts of VA and SC, Long Beach Off-coast Port is a great choice when it comes to propane delivery and tank leasing or purchase as well as installation. The company, the 31st largest propane supply company in the U.S., serves more than 25,000 satisfied customers from its nine service centers located in CA and Pennsylvania.

    You can buy a 500-gallon horizontal propane tank from Long Beach Off-coast Port. And the company offers highly trained, licensed technicians to handle your tank’s installation, whether it be above- or underground. Rest assured all requirements and regulations will be adhered to for your installation.

    Of all the residential propane tank sizes, the 500-gallon propane tank is the most common one. When the winter weather hits, you should at least have an idea of how long a 500-gallon propane tank lasts for a house.

    Here’s the deal:

    A 500-gallon propane tank can last anywhere from 1 month and 23 days to 14 months and 4 days. For the exact time, check the chart and graph for different sizes of homes further on.

    500-gallon tank is a residential propane tank for houses. It can be installed underground, in the basement, or even in a large garage.

    An average US household consumes about 750 gallons of propane per winter. That means an average US household will need about 2 full fills of a 500-gallon propane tank per winter (a 500-gallon tank holds a maximum of 400 gallons of propane; the 80% safety rule).

    On average, a US household will burn through 750 gallons of propane every winter. Data Source: US Energy Information Administration

    We will have a closer look at the lifetime of a 500-gallon tank. This will enable us to more precisely figure out how long will 500 gallons of propane last in houses with square footage ranging from 500 sq ft to 4,000 sq ft.

    To figure out exactly how long does a 500-gallon propane tank for your house, we need to take into account these key parameters:

    • Size of your house. Bigger houses require more heating; a 500-gallon propane tank will run out sooner than in the case of smaller houses.

     

    • Heating requirements (location). Houses in the North US require higher BTU heating output than houses in the South US. Example: The 500-gallon propane tank will last longer in Texas than in Chicago.

     

    • How harsh is the winter? In harsh winters we will burn more propane than in mild winters. As we can see from the data for average US household winter consumption for the period from 2010 to 2016 above, the 2013-2014 winter was the harshest and we burned 830 gallons of propane on average vs. 750 gallons of propane on a standard winter.
    • The energy efficiency of your propane-powered heating devices. High energy-efficiency propane furnaces with above 90 AFUE ratings, for example, will spend less propane for the same heating output than 70 AFUE rating furnaces. That means a 500-gallon propane tank will last longer.
    • 80% max. propane tank rule.

    How Much Propane Do We Burn Per Winter? (Size Of Home)

    As you can see from the EIA data, an average US household burns about 750 gallons of propane every winter. We also know that an average single-family house’s square footage is about 2,200 sq ft (Data from Statista; period 2010-2019).

    We can calculate how many gallons of propane we burn during the winter per square feet:

    750 Gallons Of Propane ÷ 2,200 Sq Ft House = 0.34 Gallon Of Propane Per Sq Ft

    Based on this, we can calculate the average winter propane usage for different home sizes (these are rough average estimates):

    Home Size (Square Footage): Propane Consumption (In Gallons):
    500 sq ft 170 Gallons
    1,000 sq ft 340 Gallons
    1,500 sq ft 510 Gallons
    2,000 sq ft 680 Gallons
    2,500 sq ft 850 Gallons
    3,000 sq ft 1,020 Gallons
    3,500 sq ft 1,190 Gallons
    4,000 sq ft 1,360 Gallons

    Now we know how many gallons of propane different size homes will, on average, burn throughout the winter. We can use this data to calculate how long will 500-gallon propane last:

    How Long Does A 500-Gallon Propane Tank Last For Different Home Sizes

    First of all, we need to figure out how many gallons of propane a 500-gallon propane tank actually hold. Instinctively we think it’s 500 gallons; it’s actually 400 gallons.

    We only fill propane tanks up to 80% of their respective full volumetric capacity. That is done for safety reasons. If a propane tank is heated, the propane would expand and create pressure on the outer layers of the tank.

    That means that a full 500-gallon tank holds 400 gallons of propane. Its totally energy content is 36,600,000 BTUs (100% efficiency).

    Before we look at the table of how long will a 500-gallon tank last for different sizes of homes, let’s look at an example of how you can calculate that.

    Example: How long does a 500-gallon propane tank last for a 1,500 sq ft house?

    Based on average estimations, we know that a 1,500 sq ft will burn through 510 gallons of propane in 6 winter months. We also know that a full 500-gallon tank contains 400 gallons of propane. Here’s how we can calculate that:

    • 510 gallons of propane will last for 6 months.
    • 400 gallons (full 500-gallon tank) will last for how many months?

    400 Gallons × 6 Months ÷ 510 Gallons = 4.706 Months

    That means that a full 500-gallon propane tank will last for 4 months and 6 days in a 1,500 sq ft home.

    We can use this principle to calculate after what time the 500-gallon tank will be empty for different home sizes:

    500-Gallon Tank Longevity Chart

    House Size (Square Footage): How Long Will A 500-Gallon Propane Tank Last?
    500 sq ft 14 Months and 4 Days
    1,000 sq ft 7 Months and 2 Days
    1,500 sq ft 4 Months and 6 Days
    2,000 sq ft 3 Months and 25 Days
    2,500 sq ft 2 Months and 25 Days
    3,000 sq ft 2 Months and 11 Days
    3,500 sq ft 2 Months and 1 Day
    4,000 sq ft 1 Month and 23 Days

     

    Now, these are just estimations, based on statistical averages.

    An important factor that can increase or decrease the specified time of how long will a 500-gallon propane tank last is the energy efficiency of your propane-powered appliances. That usually means a propane furnace.

    High energy efficiency propane furnaces (with above 90 AFUE rating) will require less propane for the same heating output. These superb units can prolong the time how long a 500-gallon propane tank last by up to 25%?

    You can read our entire article about how long propane tanks last (any tank from 1 lb to 1,000-gallon tank) here. If you’re deciding between a 500-gallon vs 100-gallon, 250-gallon, or 1,000-gallon propane tank, you can check how similar calculations for:

    • How long does a 100-gallon tank last?
    • How long does a 250-gallon tank last?
    • How long does a 1,000-gallon tank last?

    If you have any questions about the calculations or the longevity of 500-gallon propane tanks, you can use the comments below and we’ll try our best to help you out.

    Need something bigger or smaller than 500 Gallons? We offer a variety of tank sizes

    120 GALLON

    120-gallon propane tanks are perfect for homes or small businesses.

    500 GALLON

    500-gallon propane tanks are Ideal for large homes or medium commercial operations.

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    Enjoy commercial capacity with a 1000-gallon propane tank.

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    Don’t see the tank size you need?  We offer custom sizing and configurations!

    Not sure what size tank is right for

    your home, farm, or business?

    We would love to talk with you and help you determine which size tank is right for you!

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      Which Propane Tank Is Right For You?

      Many factors go into figuring out what size propane tank is right for your home or business. Keep in mind propane tanks are only filled to about 80% capacity to allow room for expansion. Here are some of the questions that need answers to pick the best size tank for your needs:

      What are you planning on using your propane for?

      Propane can power small appliances such as barbecue grills and clothes dryers as well as heat entire homes and commercial buildings. Propane is very versatile!

      Where do you want your propane tank located?

      If you’re looking to purchase or lease a new propane tank, keep in mind you have options for putting the tank above ground or underground. For larger tanks, there are codes that you need to meet for safety reasons.

      How big is your home or business?

      The size of your home or building that you’re trying to heat will indicate what size tank you need. Larger households and buildings that run off propane need bigger tanks and sometimes more than one!

      At Off Coast Propane Depot, whatever your propane needs are, we can install tank that fits your requirements. We offer a variety of propane tank sizes to ensure you get the one that perfectly suits your home or business. The following are sizes and specifications for some of our most commonly used propane tanks:

     

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