14950 81st Ave, Chippewa Falls, WI 54729
715.723.9490
info@qualitypropaneandfuels.com

Propane

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We offer commercial pricing and on-site delivery services. Whether you need propane for heat, tractors, forklifts, ovens, welding, lawn mowers, or other equipment, we offer an on-site refill delivery service with special rates for our routinely scheduled commercial clients.

Propane Tanks For Lease

Leasing your propane tank is inexpensive and allows you avoid the hassle of maintenance. Choose from several sizes available ranging from 50 to 1,000 gallons.

Our experienced professionals can help you determine the propane tank that will best fit your needs. Both 50 and 125-gallon tanks are available for a yearly fee.

The following tank sizes are available with no yearly fee as long as the annual usage requirements are met.

Propane Tank Size Minimum Yearly Usage Required
250 Gallons 400 Gallons
325 Gallons 500 Gallons
500 Gallons 600 Gallons
1000 Gallons 2000 Gallons

Propane Tanks For Purchase

Purchase your own new, used, or factory reconditioned propane tank. Unlike leasing your propane tank, when you own it you are responsible for the necessary maintenance required to keep your tank up to code.

We offer the same size tanks for purchase as we do for lease, and also offer 325, 500, and 1,000 gallon underground tanks for purchase.

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Propane Cyclinder Refills

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Whether it's for your gas grill or ice fishing shack, let us fill your propane cylinder. We also re-certify and repair cylinders. To refill your propane cylinder, your cylinder must:

• have a manufacture date within the last 12 years or a new date and an "E" (qualifying it for another five years)

• have a collar and foot ring

• have an Overfill Protection Device to prevent overfilling and gas venting if it's between four and 40 pounds

Safety

Your safety is our primary concern. Prior to setting up a new customer, we require a complete gas check on your propane system free of charge, which includes checking the propane line running to the house and all the lines in your house running to your appliances.

Propane is a colorless, odorless gas, and can become flammable when mixed with air.

A rotten egg smell is added to the gas to make it easier to detect in the event a leak should occur. Gas detectors are recommended because not everyone call smell this odor.

Propane can cause freeze burn or frostbite if it comes in contact with exposed skin, so always make sure to exercise caution when dealing with propane.

All service of propane equipment should be performed only by qualified personnel. If you suspect a leak and are unsure how to close your gas supply valve, call us immediately.