South Florida Underground Propane Tank Installation

With a standby generator installed on your property, you’ll gain numerous benefits. Whenever a power outage occurs, your standby generator will turn on and give you the light and energy you need during times of darkness. However, to make sure that your new generator is powered properly, it will need a fuel source. And when you need to fuel it accordingly, don’t hesitate at all in calling the experts over at Rack Electric about their underground propane tank installation in South Florida. To learn more about what our services can do for you as well as what’s generally required for underground propane tank installation in South Florida, continue reading below.

Rack Electric’s South Florida Underground Tank Installation Services

Our company’s staff of industry experts are deeply passionate about their work and are also dedicated to providing Floridians with the power they need when the lights go out. Because Florida is highly vulnerable to powerful storms during hurricane season, power outages are very likely to occur. And during moments when a power outage takes place, if you’re not entirely prepared, you’ll be living in total darkness as you attempt to carry out your daily routines. But by hiring us, we can give one of our high-end generators to ensure that your property is lit when darkness occurs. Plus, we can also give you our South Florida underground propane tank installation services to ensure that your new generator is able to run whenever an outage takes place.

Rack Electric’s staff is well-experienced and knowledgeable. But besides that, our team is also deeply-versed about the rules and regulations concerning underground tank installation. You can trust that with their expert assistance, the underground tank installation process will go smoothly and with no issues at all.

Rules & Regulations Surrounding Underground Tank Installation in South Florida

The laws surrounding underground propane tank installation in South Florida are complex so much so that there would be too much material to mention on this page. We can, however, give you a simple guideline that coincides with the size of your tank for underground installation.

There are basically two sizes that most Florida residents go for in terms of underground propane tanks. They include 120 gallon and 250 gallon tanks.

If you are interested in having a 120 gallon tank installed on your property, the requirements that need to be fulfilled including having a ditch that’s 30 inches deep, 30 inches wide, and 6 feet long. If you have a larger property (typically a commercial property) you may instead want a 250 gallon tank, to which you will need space that’s adequate enough to dig a hole that’s 4 feet deep, 4 feet wide, and 8 feet long.

Before choosing to have a standby generator installed, you should always make sure that you have more than enough space on your property’s grounds for an underground tank. If you’re not really sure if the space on your property is substantial, feel free to contact Rack Electric for our professional opinion. Our staff will be able to tell you if you have the right amount of space underground propane tank installation in South Florida.

These are the guidelines required for the proper burial of your underground propane tanks. If you’re curious to learn more about Florida laws and rules concerning underground propane tank installation, you may click HERE.

South Florida Under Paver Propane Tank Installation

As you’re assessing your grounds to look for possible locations where you can have your new underground propane tank installed, feel free to inspect the areas where there are also pavers. While it may not seem entirely possible, you may be surprised to find that there are numerous businesses that are versatile when it comes to tank installation. Especially Rack Electric where we can provide you with the best under paver propane tank installation in South Florida.

Here at Rack Electric, we completely understand how much residents value their properties due to their appeal. Due to this, our South Florida under paver propane tank installation services will make sure that when your new tank is buried under pavers, there’ll be no issues whatsoever. Once the tank is installed, remodeling the pavers back into place will be of no problem whatsoever. In fact, it will seem as if no changes were made whatsoever once we’re finished.

Why Choose Rack Electric For Their South Florida Underground Tank Installation

We here at Rack Electric acknowledge just how common it can be for Florida properties to lose power in the event of a storm. With hurricane season being a seasonal issue, we find that generators are a necessity for countless property owners. But you as a property owner shouldn’t just hire any sort of service provider for generator and underground propane tank installation. You should ensure that you hire a business that’s well-experienced, well-equipped, and well-knowledgeable about the rules and regulations regarding both generators and underground tank installation. And this is where Rack Electric comes into play.

Don’t end up being one of the many Floridians living in the dark when you can have power supplied to you at your leisure. So when you call us for our generators, feel free to inquire about our South Florida underground propane tank installation services. Our procedures and quick and efficient when it comes to installing underground tanks. So you can best believe that once we’re finished, your new generator will be ready to perform in the darkest of times while powered by an underground tank.

Hire Rack Electric Today For Their South Florida Underground Propane Tank Installation

When you’re ready to get your new generator along with your new underground tank, feel free to call Rack Electric. We’ve provided our quality services to numerous patrons in the South Florida region, and we’ll be more than happy to provide them to you, too. We feel more than confident that when you choose us, you’ll benefit from our work tremendously as you’re added to our growing list of satisfied customers. For any inquiries, you may call us at our Boca Raton headquarters (561-391-3550) or our Naples office (239-300-3157). Or you can visit our contact page.