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For homeowners looking to buy a new house there are traditional steps to the house buying process. A real estate appraiser will come visit the property to set a value to the home based on condition, improvements, location, and nearby comparable properties. Once a number...

Residential oil tanks can be a highly useful way to heat your home. However, as new and improved ways to heat your home arise, the cons of owning property with an oil tank on it are becoming more apparent. Here are some reasons why you...

While many homes in the United States heat their homes from a gas or electric furnace, over seven million homes still use heated oil from oil tanks. This constitutes about ten percent of the American population. This means that ten percent of the population is...

Whether we like it or not, colder months are quickly approaching. It’s time to put the bathing suits back up in the attic and bring the sweaters and the boots down from storage. Remember that winter can be a pretty, beautiful time too as long...

You’ve been living in a home with an oil tank for 15 years, and the time has come that you want to remove your oil tank and dispose of it. You’re aware that the lifespan of an oil tank is only so long, and you’re...

Oil tanks on commercial property can be underground or above ground. There are different advantages to both, but let’s explore why an above ground oil tank may be a better choice in some situations. Easy Access Easy access to your commercial oil tank is a huge plus...

You’ve just recently bought a house in New Jersey and the house has an underground oil tank. You don’t know very much about underground or above ground oil tanks, but you do know that you want to investigate their maintenance needs before you move into...

Oil tanks are dangerous. They can cause an oil leak or even explode without warning. If you have an oil tank on your property, it’s important you find the right oil tank company in NJ to work with. Working with the right professionals will help...

Whether or not an oil tank is on your property may not be something you think of regularly but it should be. There are many ways that oil tanks can affect your property. The oil tank on your property may be fine when you buy...

Today most houses aren't built with heating oil tanks. If your home was built more than forty years ago there's a good chance it still has a heating oil tank. Some houses have been updated with a new heating option and have an empty heating...