Looking for propane tanks for sale?

Lease A Tank With Oregon Propane

Buying a propane tank is not your best option. Here's why.

You're Probably Not Going To Find Any Propane Tanks For Sale

Leasing A Tank Is Your Best Option

It's very rare to find a propane tank for sale. Why?

  • There is a national shortage of propane tanks
  • When you own your tank, you're nobody's customer (and nobody's priority)
  • Propane tanks need to be routinely inspected and safety certified

You may want to buy and own your own propane tank so you can shop around and get propane from whoever you want. You may want to own your own tank so you can avoid additional fees charged by some propane companies.

This could get you a short-term deal, but what happens when the power goes out for six days, and suddenly EVERYONE needs propane? Customers who lease tanks from their provider will be on the top of the priority list. 

Get the best deal on propane AND be our priority by leasing a tank from Oregon Propane.

Rest easy knowing we don't charge any hidden fees! What you see is what you get.

Lease-to-own propane tank

Oregon Propane rents and leases propane tanks! WE DO NOT DIRECTLY SELL TANKS. If you're just getting your first propane tank, or adding to an existing supply, we've got you covered with the highest quality propane tanks for lease.

If you have any questions, our experts are here to help. Call us and talk with a real human about your propane needs. Or, take a look at the FAQ below which covers common tank buying questions folks have.

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Switching Propane Tanks

Installing a new tank takes about a day. We follow all safety procedures to make sure the tank is set up correctly; including ensuring the tank is not in direct contact with the ground, there are no leaks, and that all pilot lights are lit after everything is hooked up. We are happy to haul away your old tank for you.

Propane Tank Purchase FAQ

That's a big question!  Simple answer? For most homes, a 500 gallon tank will be plenty. For spaces above 4,500 square feet, an 1,000 gallon tank is a safe bet.

Long answer? It depends on how many appliances are propane powered, and how fast your rate of consumption is. Here in Oregon we are lucky to not have extremely harsh winters, so that helps keep total propane use down. Here are a few factors to consider:

  • Which appliances are propane powered (furnace, stove, hot water heater, generator, refrigerator, etc)
  • The size of your family (or business)
  • How warm you like to be in the winter
  • Square footage of your home or business

If you're like many of the families here in Eagle Creek, chances are you're using propane for just about everything but the lights.

Read more about different types of propane tanks.

Give us a call and we can help you determine the right tank size for you. We've got all sorts of propane tanks for sale!

We do not sell propane tanks. We rent and lease them.

We can help you fill any need. We're very well connected in the industry and know all the best manufacturers and dealers. Oregon Propane offers a variety of tank nozzles to fit your needs.

If your tank needs repairs, we will have the parts to fix it.

The propane is the same cost, but there are less fees associated with it. Of course you won't be paying rental fees, so it definitely saves you money in the long run. 

Some propane suppliers do charge more for propane instead of adding the rental fee onto your bill. We believe in total transparency, so we don't sneak in charges like that.

Another big question. The best way to find out is to call us. Prices vary wildly depending on the type of tank, accessories, placement, etc.

Seriously, just call us! We are happy to help you figure everything out.

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