How Long Should 100 Gallons of Propane Last?


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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20 years at least, provided the hot water heater is serviced and maintained by a plumber once a year.
What you need to do is called a "load analysis" This is the only accurate way to calculate your consumption. What you need to do is look at the rating plate of each of your
Gas appliances have an input rating plate. There is approx. 90,900 Btu per 1 gal of propane. If an appliance has a 90,900 Btu rated input, it would use approx 1 gallon every hour
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