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The Necessity of Oil Tank Removal in NJ and Avoiding Consequences

Posted on: October 21st, 2013 by Frank McGuire
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An article on CBS Denver’s website details Gov. Hickenlooper’s inspection of leaky oil tanks around Milliken in the wake of the region’s recent floods. The rising water forced gallons of oil to be displaced from their tanks, but luckily, the situation was placed under control by local authorities. More about the event can be read in the following passage: Continue Reading

Choosing State-Certified NJ Oil Tank Removal Services Saves Trouble

Posted on: October 21st, 2013 by Frank McGuire
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The YourErie.com website contains an announcement from the Department of Environmental Protection regarding the necessity of inspecting heating oil tanks before attempting to refill them. The article discusses the dangers and the importance of making such a practice into a consistent habit: Continue Reading

With Oil Prices Going Up, It’s Time for an Oil Tank Removal in NJ

Posted on: September 24th, 2013 by Frank McGuire
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Having heating systems inside the house is already a necessity, especially for places like New Jersey which experience cold snowy days in the winter. The biggest problem with home heating, however, is the cost that accompanies it, especially when you’re still using an oil-fired furnace. According to Bloomberg.com writer Carl Pope, oil prices have gone sky high, and a $30 barrel back in 2004 would now cost more than $100.

As an alternative to oil, Pope suggests natural gas and writes,

Meanwhile, the price of natural gas has plummeted. The tight shale gas boom in the U.S. has caused the domestic price of gas to drop to less than $4 per million cubic feet today from $10 per million cubic feet in 2010. Continue Reading

NJ Oil Tank Removal Prevents Further Costs and Environmental Problems

Posted on: September 24th, 2013 by Frank McGuire
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Getting through the winter months could get difficult, which is why a number of homes in New Jersey have oil tanks installed underground for their heating systems. The State of New Jersey enforces policies and regulations governing safety which includes tank installation, cleaning, and deactivation by licensed companies. However, these oil tanks still pose a few problems, especially to the realty sector.

A lot of homes being sold in New Jersey have been found to have hidden damaging secrets, among which are underground tanks that have been abandoned, or deactivated. According to NYTimes.com writer Antoinette Martin, this becomes a problem for realtors and prospective home buyers because the presence of buried oil tanks, even after deactivation, could still pose some problems. In her article, she writes the issues on oil tanks as mentioned by Ms. Karen Bigos, a broker for a realty group: Continue Reading

Oil Tank Removal and Remediation In Lodi, NJ Start to Finish Photos

Posted on: September 19th, 2013 by Frank McGuire
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Oil Tank Removal and Remediation

Oil Tank Removal In Lodi, NJ Job require oil tank removal and remediation of an underground oil tank. The tank was buried beneath a cement slab, Driveway, aluminum awning and chain link fence. All were removed and replaced like the oil tank was never even there. Often homeowners are concerned that the oil tank is in too difficult an area to be removed and put the job off. As you can see in the video this oil tank removal revealed that the tank was pitted and leaking. The job required soil remediation and restoration of the property. It is hard to look at the images during the removal and the finished photos and believe there was an oil tank removed from that location on the property. If you have an oil tank removal and remediation job that needs attention in a challenging area onyour property, give us a call, no job is too large or too small.

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