Propane Refill

Inverness, FL

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We fill all common sizes including forklift and motor homes too.

Why should I refill my 20 lb. (BBQ size) propane tank vs. exchanging it?
When you exchange your empty tank for a full tank you are getting less propane but paying more money. Read the fine print on propane exchanges. They only fill to 15 lbs. of propane instead of the 20 lb. capacity. Several years ago, propane prices increased and instead of raising their prices they merely reduced the amount of propane. Of course, they didn’t bother to publicize their little trick.

Webster’s True Value Rental will refill your propane tank to full capacity. Plus, our price is usually less than what exchanges charge for giving you less propane!


Did you know that propane tanks have expiration dates?
Portable propane tanks like those used in grills, motor homes, forklifts, and others are considered Department of Transportation (DOT) cylinders because they can be transported on the road. The U.S. Department of Transportation is the governing body for these tanks. To make sure these cylinders are operating safely they have expiration dates and need to be recertified by a trained professional at established intervals.

The date of manufacture is stamped into the collar of your portable propane tank and has an expiration. Generally, tank recertification needs to be done between 5 and 12 years based on the date of manufacture.

If your refill station is filling an expired tank, they are breaking the law and putting you at serious risk of injury. Filling a tank that does not comply with regulations is a misdemeanor of the second degree, punishable as provided in Florida Statute 775.083.

Webster’s True Value Rental is licensed by the State of Florida and U.S. Department of Transportation to inspect and recertify propane cylinders. Your professional will inspect the cylinder for dents, gouges, bulges, heat/fire damage, damage to welds, rust, and corrosion that could pose a serious risk. They will ensure that the foot ring on the bottom is in good enough shape to hold the container properly upright. The cylinder must also have a top collar to protect the valve. They’ll also ensure that the container relief valve is not damaged. If there’s anything wrong with the valve, it can be replaced for a reasonable fee. In most instances, the inspection can be performed while you wait and costs about one-third the price of purchasing a new cylinder. Your recertified tank will be good for a full 5 years.