Disclaimer: You really should consult a certified gas fitter for this type of project. Be sure to check all local building codes prior to attempting a project of this nature. Connecting your propane gas grill to your house propane supply is a great way to ensure you can cook dinner anytime without running out of gas. This can be a fairly straight forward home improvement project if you have an accessible gas line near the grill. In my case I had the plumbers run a gas line outside just under the deck when we built the house.
No matter how you use propane in your home or business, our AmeriGas experts will help you choose the correct tank size and install it for you. We will also provide propane tanks for lease or assist you with the purchase of a propane tank. For more information, check out our propane tank guide for available tank sizes and common uses. Our team of trained propane professionals are here to help you through the process of installing a propane tank at your home or business.
Propane tanks have a multitude of connections including valves, gauges and other attached appurtenances that look interestingly complex. We'll introduce you to your propane tank in this section and provide explanations for the necessity and functionality of each of these connections. Every single piece and part of a propane tank serves a specific purpose designed for safety and consumer protection. The primary focus of this section is ASME propane tanks that are filled on site at a residential or commercial installation.