Oil Tank Removal

Performing oil tank removal can come with a string of questions, and that's okay. The process isn't something most people deal with daily. You may worry about how quickly the task can happen, if there will be a large hole left in the ground, and if you'll...

Residential oil tank removal is required in order to protect the environment as well as people’s health. In some cases, soil remediation will also be needed if the tank leaked oil while buried. The Site Remediation Reform Act New Jersey provides further information on the...

Homeowners in the state of New Jersey (NJ) often have to deal with the possibility of an underground oil tank. Older homes may often have underground oil tanks, and a leak and environmental damage could be occurring without the homeowner’s knowledge. This is a problem for...

If you have a hidden oil tank on your property (most likely, this is an underground oil tank), it’s easy to keep it out of your mind. But the reality is that owning New Jersey (NJ) property with an underground oil tank can provide more risks...

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...

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...

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...

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...