Learn about LPG and its uses
LPG is a Liquefied Petroleum Gas - learn its many uses, and ways it can be stored. Did you know that Propane, Butane, and Autogas are all LPG gas? Learn more about LPG below.
What Is LPG?
LPG Gas Storage Options
Portable LPG cylinders are perfect for use around the home and garden and require very little space, and will not leave any residue or harmful smoke during or after use. Propane, because of its low boiling point, must be stored and used outdoors, whilst Butane does not work in colder climates and is best used and stored indoors.
Bulk LPG gas tanks used for central heating and cooking are stored outside your home; Underground storage hides your tank in your garden, with just a discreet green cover remaining visible. Alternatively, an above-ground tank can be installed onto a fixed base in most gardens. Calor also offers an above-ground Compact storage unit containing four LPG cylinders, which is suitable for smaller gardens.
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View our LPG Prices page for the various ways to find the butane, Autogas and propane prices.