If you are new to having propane in your home, you may be wondering how to manage your propane supply.
At Rinker Oil and Propane, we are dedicated to providing reliable propane delivery services, including our highly sought-after Automatic Delivery option. Additionally, our team of experts offers top-notch installation and servicing for propane heating and water heating systems. Count on us to meet all your propane needs with exceptional quality and professionalism.
Knowing how to determine the amount of propane in your tank is crucial. This entails mastering the art of reading the tank gauge, but fear not, it is a simple task. Reading your propane tank gauge is as easy as 1, 2, 3!
Keeping track of the propane tank gauge may seem simple, but it’s easy to forget amidst the chaos of a busy life.
Neglecting to monitor the level of your propane tank can lead to a range of issues. It might leave you in a precarious situation where you run out of propane, necessitating an emergency delivery with additional charges. In the worst-case scenario, your propane supply could be completely depleted. This not only calls for an emergency propane delivery but also demands a pressure test on your propane tank and the expertise of a service technician to relight all the pilots of your propane appliances. All these expenses will be your responsibility.
That’s precisely why countless customers of Rinker Oil and Propane adore our Automatic Delivery service! Bid farewell to the bothersome and overwhelming task of managing your home’s propane supply. Rest assured, we’ve got you fully covered.
If you’re a keen observer, you might have noticed that your propane tank is never filled to the brim. But why is this so? The reason behind it all lies in prioritizing propane safety.
Just like water, propane expands when heated. However, propane expands about 17 times more than water for the same temperature increase. To ensure safety, it’s important not to fill the propane tank to its maximum capacity. Leaving some empty space inside the tank allows the propane to expand safely in hot weather while keeping the tank secure.
Aboveground propane tanks are typically filled up to around 80% capacity, whereas in-ground tanks can be filled slightly higher. The reason behind this lies in the insulation provided by the surrounding ground for underground tanks, shielding them from abrupt temperature fluctuations. This precautionary measure ensures the durability and stability of the tanks, safeguarding them against potential damage.
Automatic Delivery from Rinker Oil and Propane gives you peace of mind about your Southern Tier home’s propane supply! Become a customer today.