Need to refill your propane tank? Let us help!

Now that the spring season is here, you may be less inclined to purchase propane. To keep your propane tank running at top efficiency, we highly recommend refilling your tank. If your propane tank isn’t full during these warmer months, it may lead to issues down the line. Excess room in your tank can lead to moisture build-up, causing corrosion.  Understanding how to read your propane gauge will allow you to see how much propane is left in the tank. Take a look at our guide to learn how to read your gauge.

 

The floating pointer is what indicates the percentage of propane left in the tank. For example, if your pointer is at the “50” mark, your tank is 50% full.

 

Keep in mind, there are different propane tank sizes. You may have a 120, 250, 500 or 1,000-gallon tank. The most popular sized propane tank for homes is 250 gallons. By using this percentage along with the total gallons your tank holds, you can calculate the amount of propane that’s left and how much you’ll need to order.

 

At Rez-Bear Propane, we make ordering propane as simple as possible. Our automatic delivery, prompt service, and payment plans make our customers experience stress-free! Visit RezBear Energy to order your propane today.