In a flood scenario, it’s not the propane tank itself that’s vulnerable but its connection to a home’s gas piping. Propane tanks can float, so if they’re pulled away from a home, it could cause damage to the gas piping system. That’s why homes that are built in flood plain zones have additional code requirements for strapping down propane tanks to ensure they remain in place. Emphasize to your customers that professional propane installation is vital. The local propane provider has the required training and awareness of local codes and requirements to ensure the home’s system is installed and operates in the safest manner.