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Propane Tank Installation in Connecticut & Western Massachusetts

Hocon Gas will set you up with the right size propane tank and ensure prompt deliveries

Constructed to last for decades, our underground and above-ground storage tanks are made of heavy-gauge steel with a special coating to prevent corrosion.

We have a wide range of sizes to suit your home’s needs—from smaller tanks to provide fuel for multiple appliances to larger tanks with the capacity to heat a large home as well as run appliances and even heat a pool or spa. Our team of propane pros can assess your needs and help you choose the tank size that’s right for you. We’ll also discuss the pros and cons of leasing or owning your tank.

Common propane tank sizes

20-, 30-, 40- or 100-pound cylinders*

This portable tank style is generally used for gas grills, heaters, cooking stoves, RV’s and other uses.

120-gallon, 150-gallon or 250-gallon tanks

These tanks typically store fuel for people who use a significant amount of propane but not for home heating. They may use it for stoves, clothes dryers, water heaters, space heaters, generators or fireplaces.

325-gallon or 500-gallon tanks

These tanks store large amounts of propane for customers who use propane for heating. They are generally designed for households using 100–200 gallons a month.

1,000-gallon tanks and larger

These tanks are used for large residential estates or commercial and industrial applications.

*One gallon of liquid propane weighs about 4.25 lbs.

Contact us or visit one of our showrooms to learn more about tanks and let us answer your questions. Hocon Gas—serving Norwalk, Torrington, Waterbury, Danbury, Guilford, Suffield, Shelton and surrounding towns in Connecticut, Massachusetts and New York.

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