SERVICE AREA

White Grass

SPEEDY FUEL & LUBRICANT DELIVERY YOU CAN COUNT ON!

Servicing Fuel:

Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Montana, Wyoming, Nevada, Utah

Servicing Lubricants:

Idaho, Utah, Nevada

Servicing Propane:

Idaho, Utah, Nevada

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WHAT SIZE TANK DO YOU NEED?

120 Gallon

Dimensions: 4'6" in height and 30" in diameter

Uses: 1-2 residential appliances. Commonly used for a hot water heater or space heater alone, or with another small appliance like a dryer or cooktop. Commercial uses include dry cleaning, temporary heating, commercial cooking, and heating smaller spaces.

A 120 gallon propane tank is also commonly referred to as 420 lb propane tank. 120 gallon propane tanks hold 96 gallons of propane when full.

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250 Gallon

Dimensions: 7'10" long and 30" in diameter

Uses: Supplemental heating or 2 home appliances including water heaters, generators, and pool heaters.

A 250 gallon propane tank holds 200 gallons of propane when full.

500 Gallon

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. Commercial applications include heating, temporary heating, cooking, and a variety of agricultural applications.

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

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1,000 Gallon

Dimensions: 16' 2" long and 41" in diameter

Uses: Home heating for larger square footage homes or homes with all appliances running on propane. Large commercial appliances and heating, fleet and transportation refueling.

A 1000 gallon propane tank holds 800 gallons when full.