Oxygen Rental and Purchase Pricing
We have an office located in Frisco, Colorado. We provide a delivery service throughout Summit, Eagle, and Grand Counties. The towns we service are Alma, Avon, Beaver Creek, Blue River, Breckenridge, Copper Mountain, Dumont, Edwards, Empire, Fairplay, Fraser, Frisco, Georgetown, Granby, Grand Lake, Hot Sulphur Springs, Idaho Springs, Keystone, Kremmling, Leadville, Minturn, Montezuma, Parshall, Red Cliff, Silverthorne, Silver Plume, Tabernash, Vail, and Winter Park. We also provide service to all ski resorts in these areas.
- The dimensions are 21 inches tall, 14 inches wide, and 12 inches deep.
- The liter flow can be adjusted from 1 – 5 liters per minute.
- The concentrator is also quiet, only 40 decibels. Comparable to the humming of a refrigerator.
Oxygen Rental Price Includes: delivery, set-up, pick-up, tubing, and 2 nasal cannulas.
Delivery outside Summit county includes a $60 – $75 charge.
$125.00 for the first night, $50.00 each additional night,
$275.00 maximum for one week,
$375.00 maximum for one month,
$850.00 purchase price for brand new unit with 3 year warranty.
We also have used concentrators available while supplies last. Ask us about pricing for used Oxygen Concentrators.
Oxygen Rental Price includes: Oxygen Cylinder, regulator, nasal cannula, and carry bag and/or cart.
Delivery is not included. (Within Summit County add $40, outside Summit $60 – $75)
“B & D” Tanks Rental Only
$50.00 maximum for one week, sizes B & D
$75.00 maximum for one month, sizes B & D
“E” Tanks Rental Only
$60.00 maximum for one week, size E
$125.00 maximum for one month, size E
$20.00 for each additional cylinder all sizes
$200 Cylinder purchase price includes regulator and bag for B or D tanks
$225 Includes regulator and carrying cart for E tank
After hours Charge:
$50 Between 6pm – 11pm
$75 Between 11pm – 6am
Additional $25 Outside of Summit County
How Long Does a Tank Last?
Attached is a helpful flow chart that shows how long a tank will supply you with oxygen. Please note, these times are approximate and a backup tank should be acquired to ensure your oxygen use isn’t interrupted.
MEDICARE DOES NOT PAY FOR OXYGEN RELATED TO ALTITUDE SICKNESS!
RULE: All forms of alternative treatment must be tried before Medicare will pay for oxygen.
Medicare considers leaving high altitudes as treatment for ailments related to higher elevations. For this reason, oxygen is not covered by Medicare.
Portable Oxygen Concentrator
Please contact us about purchasing your portable oxygen concentrator.
Photo Credit: Jean Turner