Fuel tank removal is necessary if you have an unused tank on your property. Additionally, if you plan on selling your property, it is a good idea to request Bear Delaware oil tank removal. A new owner does not want the liability that comes with owning an unused tank.
If you’ve been hesitant to remove the fuel tank from your property because of the cost, you must take into consideration the risk that a fuel tank poses. If it leaks and contaminates the surrounding soil and groundwater, you’ll be required to clean it up and this can be quite costly. When we develop an estimate for an oil tank removal in Bear, we base that estimate on several factors including:
- Size and location of the fuel tank
- Whether the tank is closed or leaking
- Amount of contamination
- Remedial measures that must be taken
We can take on any job, no matter how big or small. You might be inclined to keep the tank on your property, especially if it’s a smaller tank. You may believe that if the tank is small then there is little risk associated with it. However, every tank that contains combustible or flammable materials is regulated by state and federal laws. And, even a small tank can cause significant contamination if a leak occurs. You are responsible for the clean-up and will be required by law to ensure remedial measures are taken. Because of this, it is best to avoid any problems that an unused tank poses by having it removed.
Don’t continue living with the fear that the fuel tank on your property is going to turn into a huge problem. When you call us regarding your Bear Delaware oil tank removal, we will answer your questions and address your concerns. We know you care about your property. We do too which is why you can count on us to take care of your property.