When we talk about gas holders, we are not talking about a small gas holder you can use within your home, in your caravan or on your boat, we are talking about the large storage tanks which can be placed outside the home to store gas or in larger tanks which can be seen around the world where gas is stored until needed.
If you are still unsure what gas holders are, you may recognise them from another name used, which is gasometer. Interestingly what you may not know is that gas holders actually date back to the Victorian times and are referenced from the early to mid 1800’s. They were designed to store large volumes of gas and things haven’t changed much, gas holders are still being used to store gas today, in a similar design to what they used all those centuries ago.
Further, the first telescopic gas holder was designed built in 1824 and that was in Leeds, in the United Kingdom. The bigger of the gas holders can store up to a staggering two million cubit feet of gas, can you imagine how much gas that really is. To give you an idea, it is more than enough to supply two thousand four hundred homes over a full twenty four hour periods, maybe even longer depending on consumption.
When it comes to gas holders, there are some very important factors to take into consideration, such as the company you purchase from, their reputation, their turnaround times and delivery periods. The best method is to follow some simple steps to ensure you choose the best gas holder manufacturer and supplier to meet your particular gas storage needs.
Go online and do some research into gas holder manufacturers and suppliers. Choose a minimum of three companies that will supply to your area and you feel has the best names in the industry. The reason you want at least three companies is that you are going to rehears each one and then compare them to find one you feel most comfortable purchasing from.
Buying a gas holder is not something to be taken lightly. In fact, it’s an exceptionally serious matter as you need to know the holder is made from strong and durable material to provide the safest storage for your gas. So with the three companies in front of you, you want to take a few minutes and go through each ones website with a fine tooth comb to learn as much as you can about the company and the products that they manufacture and supply.
With that accomplished and still feeling confident in all companies, you can do some additional research to identify what clients feel about their experience with the company Now don’t rely on the reviews you find on their website alone, rather take a few extra minuses and do your own online research, reading through independent review sites to get honest feedback. This can help you narrow down your short list to one or two companies.
Now you can take a look at delivery times and also if the company provides an installation service. Ideally you want a supplier that will install the gas holder to a high standard that you can trust. These professionals deal with these products daily, so they know what is needed to provide you with a safe and highly effective gas holder.
With that in mind, you can now look at price. Price should never be your deciding factor unless you are still trying to decide between two suppliers