Changing from a home with natural gas to one with propane can be a little confusing and sometimes frustrating. I created the graphic above to help explain how to read your gauge so that you can better understand how much propane you have and when to order more. You’ll need to find out what size propane tank you have to help determine when you’ll need to order propane. If you need help finding that information check out What Size Is My Propane Tank?.
If you don’t want to worry about keeping track of your propane tank level, let us do it for you! Check out the Keep Full Delivery Schedule
Watch this quick video to see an in-person example of how to find and read your propane tank gauge.
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This is a part of our Frequently Asked Questions Series of posts. Below is a list of our other posts in the series to browse! As always, if you still have questions please feel free to call the office Temecula: (951) 676-1916 Valley Center: (760) 749-4574