GAS SERVICE FOR NEW CONSTRUCTION
Builders and contractors are choosing propane over electricity as their fuel of choice, because propane is dependable and cost-effective. All Gas Services provides complete service to builders using propane throughout all phases of construction. Homebuilders and contractors depend on All Gas Services because we understand the construction process. We'll work with you to ensure your project falls within established deadlines, legal codes and land limitations. There are myriad options available regarding propane system installations which we will gladly discuss with you and your customer. An overview of the process is detailed below.
Propane Builder and Contractor Relationships
All Gas Services is a propane subcontractor for many developers, commercial building contractors, pool companies, and other construction-related businesses. As a propane subcontractor, we answer to the developer that has contracted with us, as well as the customer for which the work is being done. Contractors and builders that regularly use All Gas Services realize that our installations are virtually hassle-free and our dependability is unmatched.
Propane Tank/Propane Gas System Installation
Determine total propane BTU load and number of propane appliances
Calculate propane piping, appliance, and tank distances
Determine propane regulator and gas piping (size) requirements
Recommend appropriate propane tank size
Propane tank placement is determined
Review plans with contractor and submit written proposal
Propane related permits are submitted (if needed)
Propane Installation Considerations and Information
120 Gallon Tank: Installed either above or below ground. This tank is used for spa heating and multi-appliance hook ups.
250 Gallon Tank: Installed primarily underground. This tank is properly sized for seasonal pool/spa heating and additional appliances such as water heater, cook tops, ovens, fire logs, BBQ grills.
500 Gallon Tank: This underground tank is installed for year round pool / spa heating, all gas appliance homes and small output generators.
1000 Gallon Tank: This underground tank can supply any gas appliance and has enough storage to supply a full house generator for several days.