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RESIDENTIAL

100 lb Tank

• Holds: About 23.5 Gallons

• Common Uses: Residential Cooking and Clothes Drying

300 lb Tank

• Holds: About 70.5 Gallons

• Common Uses: Residential hot water; Provides sufficient storage if you add a stove, fireplace or clothes dryer

200 lb Tank

• Holds: About 47 Gallons

• Common Uses: Residential Cooking, Clothes Drying, and Fireplaces, Smaller Water Heaters

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420 lb Tank

• Holds: About 100 Gallons

• Common Uses: Residential Space Heat, Hot water, Pool Heat, Provides sufficient storage if you add a stove, fireplace or clothes dryer

250 Gal Tank

• Holds 200 gallons of propane when full (80%)

• Has 18,300,000 BTU when full (80%)

• Available for temporary installations

• Regulators are included in the sale price

• Anode bag included with the underground tank installation

• Outside Dimensions - 30”X93”

• Empty Weight - Approximately 670 lbs.

• Hole dimensions (for underground tanks) 40” Deep • 4’ Wide • 8’ Long

• 6”-8” of sand on the bottom for a 32” finish level 37” finish level if using concrete

500 Gal Tank

• Holds 400 gallons of propane when full (80%)

• Has 36,600,000 BTU when full (80%)

• Excellent for all-propane homes

• Available for temporary installations

• Regulators are included in the sale price

• Anode bag included with the underground tank installation

• Outside Dimensions - 37”X120”

• Empty Weight - Approximately 1180 lbs.

• Hole dimensions (for underground tanks) 46” Deep • 5’ Wide • 12’ Long

• 6”-8” of sand on the bottom for a 39” finish level 44” finish level if using concrete

1000 Gal Tank

• Holds 800 gallons of propane when full (80%)

• Has 73,200,000 BTU when full (80%)

• Common for bottle plants and propane resale

• Used with high demand appliances

• Regulators are included in the sale price

• Anode bag included with the underground tank installation

• Outside Dimensions - 41”X194”

• Empty Weight - Approximately 2350 lbs.

• LPG tanks installed underground are required to be placed in accordance with provisions that are not common to above ground tank installations. The purpose of these provisions is for the safety and longevity of the buried gas tank. All safety provisions must be adhered to as required by NFPA 58, Section 3.2.9. Choosing an underground installation is aesthetically pleasing and is safe provided all requirements, codes, and rules are followed.

Disclaimer

The right tank for your application depends on several factors - including your usage, location and tank availability. To find what size is right for you, please contact StarLite Propane for more information.

When choosing a propane supplier, you want the right partner. StarLite Propane employees live in the same communities they serve, so they understand the needs that you have as a home propane user: Safety, convenience, and honest, reliable service.

 

Common uses for propane in the home:

  • Cooking Range

  • Dryer                                                    

  • Heat

  • Hot Water

  • Pool/spa heat

  • Generator

  • BBQ

 

We’re Long Island’s premiere family-owned and operated propane provider and a trusted partner to over 5000 customers from Montauk to Queens.

 

We service what we sell. Our technicians are certified through DOT-mandated training programs. Whether its routine maintenance or emergency and repair, we handle are issue promptly, safely, and efficiently.

 

We offer free automatic delivery service program which gives you the peace of mind you need when dealing with critical energy needs. Our computerized scheduling program evaluates your historical usage and projects future consumption, so our trucks will arrive at the appropriate time to refuel.

CONTACT US

111 South 4th Street Bay Shore, NY 11706
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631-586-2264

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