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Aged oil tanks present an environmental nightmare and enormous clean-up costs to homeowners. Tanks erode over time and contaminate ground water and soil. Have your aging oil tank removed by our team of professionals to give you peace of mind that your property is up-to-date.


Prevent An Accident

All oil tanks have a system for ventilation, causing the inside of the tank to be exposed to the atmosphere. Consequently, moisture easily accumulates within the tank due to humidity in the surrounding environment. As this water builds up, mainly at the bottom of the tank, it begins to rust from the inside out. Once a hole forms due to this corrosion, any oil inside will spill out. Therefore, the homeowner is left accountable for the expensive cleanup procedures. Not only does removing the tank avert accidents, it also will eliminate any stenches of oil, and make your property more visually appealing.

Oil Tank Removal


Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

1. Why should I remove an old oil tank?

Removing an old oil tank is crucial to avoid leaks that can contaminate soil and water, posing health risks and leading to costly clean-up. Additionally, removing an unused tank can prevent future legal and insurance issues.

2. How do I know if I have an oil tank on my property?

If you're unsure whether there's an oil tank on your property, look for visible signs like fill pipes or vent lines, check old property records, or you can contact Robinson Landscape for an inspection.

3. What does the oil tank removal process involve?

The oil tank removal process typically includes assessing the site, draining any remaining oil, cleaning the tank, excavating the tank, and properly disposing of the tank according to environmental regulations.

4. Is oil tank removal covered by homeowners insurance in Pennsylvania?

Coverage for oil tank removal can vary by insurance policy. Some homeowners insurance policies may cover the costs if the tank removal is due to a leak; however, removal for other reasons might not be covered. It's best to check with your insurance provider.

5. How long does it take to remove an oil tank?

The duration of an oil tank removal can vary depending on its size, location, and complexity of the job. Typically, the removal process can take from a few hours to a full day.

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