Propane Dispensing Station


Exclusively at 1603 NW 2nd Ave, Boca Raton, FL 33423

Propane Refill 20lb Cylinder
Propane Refill 30lb Cylinder
Propane Refill 40lb Cylinder
Propane Refill 100lb Cylinder
Forklift Tank Refills

Bring your tank and we’ll fill it hassle free!

Are you ready to fire up that BBQ Grill? Don’t get caught with your food half cooked because you ran out of propane! At Palm Beach Grill Center, we’re here to help you with all your propane needs. Whether you need a refill or a new tank, our convenient propane services have you covered. We offer both 20 pound tanks and 30 pound tanks for purchase, so you can choose the one that’s right for you. In addition, our dispensing station can fill your 20lb, 30lb, 40lb, 100lb cylinder as well as provide forklift tank refills.
And don’t forget about all the other grilling essentials! From charcoal to lighter fluid, we carry a wide selection of essential supplies and seasonings to get your barbecuing game on point. Pick up some extra spatulas or tongs to make grilling a breeze. And if you’re feeling adventurous, try out some of our gourmet spices and rubs for an extra kick of flavor! Our friendly staff is always happy to help you find the perfect items for your next barbecue.

Propane tank refilling can be a simple process, but it's important to take certain factors into account. Read below to learn everything you need to know about propane tank refills.

1. Propane Tanks Come in a Variety of Sizes

There are several different sizes of propane tanks, so it’s important to choose the right one to avoid running out of propane in the middle of a barbecue or other activity.

2. Propane Tanks Should Be Refilled By Professionals

It’s important to note that propane tanks should only be filled by professionals. It’s easy to spill gas when filling up a tank, so it’s best to leave it to the experts. Plus, if there’s a problem with the tank, a professional will be able to identify it.

3. There Are Several Things to Consider Before Your Tank Is Refilled

Before you go ahead and refill your propane tank, make sure to take these factors into account.

How much propane is left in the tank?
What will you be using the propane for?
Are you sure the tank is empty?
What are the consequences of overfilling the tank?
Is it more economical to buy a new propane tank or refill an old one?

4. Refilling Your Propane Tank Is a Relatively Simple Process

Once you’ve determined that you do indeed need to refill your propane tank, reach out to a propane tank professional for service. They’ll follow the steps below to fill your tank.

Make sure the area around the propane tank is clear and free of debris
Turn off the valve on the propane tank
Connect the hose from the refilling station to the valve on the propane tank
Open the valve on the refilling station
Watch for bubbles coming from the hose
Close the valve on the refilling station when finished
Turn on the valve on the propane tank and check for leaks

Before reaching out to a professional to have your propane tank refilled, it’s best to be as informed as possible. If you have any questions about your propane tanks or you require service, give us a call today. We are here to serve the community.