Propane Tanks *oink oink*

Propane tanks are often called “pigs” because of the shape of the tank and its short legs.  Some people make this point abundantly clear as you can see from these photos…

Now, a lot of people think of pigs as cute and if you think so (or if you think Miss Piggy is cute), you can paint your “pig” that way…

We all know family comes first and that counts for pigs, too…

And finally, to paraphrase the great football coach Vince Lombardi, “I firmly believe that any pig’s finest hour, the greatest fulfillment of all that pigs hold dear, is that moment when the pig has worked its heart out in a good cause and lies exhausted on the field of battle – victorious.”

Did you know??

  • You can lock in a better price for propane by buying it in the warmer months.  Most providers have payment plans to spread the cost throughout the year.
  • Leaks are hard to detect in propane tanks.  If you use your tank for heat, check the gauge frequently and schedule a refill if it falls below 20 percent full.
  • If you’re buying propane, you’re probably buying American!  About 90 percent of the propane used in the United States is produced in the United States.