How Long Should 100 Gallons of Propane Last?

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100 gallons of propane typically lasts for about 260 hours of run time. This number can vary depending on the appliance you are using it with. 100 gallons of propane is equal to about fifty pounds of propane.
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Your fireplace burner should have information on a label or in a manual telling you the British thermal units, or BTU, it uses per hour. Or you can obtain this information from your
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Surely it depends on your rate of usage-what appliances you run from it.
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It is all about BTU's! What you need to do is look at all of your gas appliances rating plates and see what the btu rating is. The general rule of thumb in the industry is that 100,000
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Too many unknown variables in your question to make anything more than a guess. I have a suggestion for you though. Call the propane supplier and ask for the usage history on the
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