Propane Refill Station Sales
Area Rental & Sales propane refill station is ready to fill gas propane tanks. We have the cheapest propane refill near me prices for all of your propane tank needs. Area Rental does not provide propane tank exchange. Area Rental refills forklift propane tanks, motor home propane tanks and gas grill propane tanks. We have locations in Delafield and New Berlin.
Area Rental rents tent heaters and we sell propane for temporary heating units. Area Rental provides propane delivery for all of Milwaukee and Waukesha counties for a service fee. Propane tanks can be purchased at our Delafield and New Berlin Area stores.
Propane tank fill prices for a 20 lb. gas grill propane refills are approximately $18.00 at Area Equipment rental. Serving Milwaukee and Waukesha County proudly for 39 years. Don’t forget when you stop in to purchase a refill for your propane tank, spin the wheel for a chance to WIN a Free propane refill on us.
Stop in an Area Rental & Sales and test your luck on Free refill. Spin the wheel and land on the flag and it’s free. Grill tanks are filled at a maximum of 4.5 gallons.
Need a forklift tank filled? No problem. Area Rental fills Forklift tanks at a per gallon charge.
Commonly Asked Questions
Liquefied petroleum gas or liquid petroleum gas (LPG or LP gas), also referred to as butane, are flammable mixtures of hydrocarbon gases used as fuel in heating appliances, cooking equipment, and vehicles.
Propane, as a gas burns much hotter and higher than natural gas. However, when a barbecue is manufactured for use with natural gas, specific valves are used. These valves allow more natural gas to enter the barbecue’s burner systems.
A basic propane tank is filled with liquid propane using special machines that force the propane in a the tank under extreme pressure, which stays pressurized inside the tank until the valve is released. When the valve is turned the gas turns to vapor and escapes through the opening.
Propane Torch Temperature, when used in the open air, reaches a maximum temperature of 1,995 degrees Celsius (3,623 degrees Fahrenheit). A torch flame consists of two cones, an outer light blue flame and an inner dark blue flame.