Serving All Your Propane Needs

Propane is one of the cleanest burning fuels on earth. Known molecularly as C3H8, propane is a refined fuel that has a multitude of different uses, ranging from residential & farming to commercial & industrial. Sapp Bros. supplies a wide range of propane needs.


Residential Propane Tank

Whether you need a whole-home heating solution, or are building a custom gas grill in your back yard, we can help with any residential propane need. We’re one of the largest residential propane suppliers in the state of Nebraska and also serve Iowa and areas in Kansas. We offer a variety of purchasing options, including spot and contract pricing, so check out our contact page to get in touch with someone who can help with your needs.

Grill Tank Exchange

We offer our own grill tank exchange program. Please get in touch with a member of our team. Also note that many of our Sapp Bros. travel centers also offer propane tank exchanges.

Industrial & Construction

Propane for construction

Sapp Bros. actively works with a wide range of businesses and contractors in the transport, construction, and other industries to serve all of their propane needs. Get in touch with a member of our team who can help with any questions and take instructions for your order.


Are your generators powered by propane? What about temporary heating needs, or other commercial applications? Let Sapp Bros. help manage your propane fueling needs. Get in touch with one of our team members to see the difference a friendly voice can make!


Propane Forklift

If your business uses a propane powered forklift, Sapp Bros. can keep you going! We are competitively priced and offer above-average, friendly service! Get in touch with a member of our team today.

Propane Powered Fleet

Did you know Sapp Bros. supplies the largest propane powered school bus fleet in the nation? The Omaha school bus system runs almost entirely on propane and so could your fleet! Please get in touch with us to discuss your needs.

Safety is a Sapp Bros. priority, please visit the Nebraska Propane Safety Association for best procedures and practices.