Reliable Residential and Commercial Tank Maintenance in Texas

Your propane tank supplies you with the fuel you depend on to keep your Texas home or business comfortable and functional. You depend on your tank all year to supply heat and power to all your propane-powered appliances, regardless of the season All business owners and homeowners should prioritize making sure their tanks are in the best shape. You should keep your tank fully operational, safe, and without hazards, all primary goals of having regular maintenance. At Nelson Propane, we proudly to offer maintenance, tank installation, and repairs for propane tanks of all shapes and sizes. You should prioritize keeping your propane tank regularly maintained and serviced to ensure that you and your family and home are safe. For example, during a maintenance inspection by a Nelson Propane professional, our experts will:

  • Check for dents or gouges that could compromise the tank’s structural integrity.
  • Perform a pressure check.
  • Replace the relief valve and regulator.
  • Check for leaks.
  • Check for corrosion on your tank surface, regulator, valves, and all fittings.
  • Give you total peace of mind.


Why Get Your Tank Serviced?

Like all your other heating equipment, propane tanks require regular maintenance and sometimes repair. Having a professional perform preventative maintenance ensures a long life for your propane tank and helps reduce the number of repairs. If you do not properly maintain your tank, it will likely need repairs.

Propane is a clean-burning, nontoxic heating fuel, making it a top heating and power choice for Texans. But, as with any combustible fuel, it is dangerous if not properly taken care of and stored correctly. Any issue with your tank that goes unchecked could put your family and home in a dangerous situation. At the very least, propane users should have their tanks serviced annually.



Need a Propane Tank Repair?

Do you need your tank repaired? Don’t hesitate to give us a call. We’re glad to repair your tank for you. Always call a licensed propane professional for repairs or maintenance. Do not attempt to modify or repair your propane tank or LP gas system yourself, as it is very dangerous. If you suspect there is a leak from your propane tank, turn off the gas and leave the area immediately. Call Nelson Propane or the local fire department once you’re away from the site.