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Frequently Asked Questions About Tank Installation and Removing Services
Professionals skilled in tank installation and removal can dig up and remove or crush old septic tanks that no longer function, replacing them with new ones. They can also remove and install hot water, oil, petroleum and gas tanks, as well as storage tanks and fuel pumps for a variety of residential or commercial systems. They may be certified in plumbing or general contracting or both in order to provide quality services pertaining to above ground or underground tank removal. Check out these frequently asked questions when looking for a reputable tank installation and removing company.

Are There Extra Charges?
Unfortunately, some companies bid a project on the low side, get the contract, then add extras afterwards, essentially raising the price. Make sure you ask about ALL charges up front that you may be responsible for, such as soil removal and sampling. This will prevent any surprises later.

How Long Will the Project Take?
This depends greatly on the size and scope of the project. Residential tank removal and installation should take about one day, but commercial project could last several days. Ask how long the hole will be open to address safety concerns.

Are you Licensed and Insured?
This is an important question to ask, because any reputable tank removal and installation provider should be properly licensed and insured in your state. Don’t just take their word for it, either. Do your own background check, performing research on the company, looking up ratings on the Better Business Bureau and reading lots of customer testimonials.

Greenspring Environmental SERVICE Write review for this local business
227 Main Street, Baltimore, MD 21136
(866) 526-8700  
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4908 Creston St, Hyattsville, MD 20781
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11319 Old Baltimore Pike, Beltsville, MD 20705
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4115 Dumfries Rd, Catlett, VA 20119
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8580 Laureldale Dr, Laurel, MD 20724
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11704 Bad Dog Aly, Waldorf, MD 20601
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1600 Wakefield Valley Rd, New Windsor, MD 21776
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When a tank needs to be removed from the property, this also needs to be completed by a professional company in most cases. Some homeowners have left empty oil, fuel and septic tanks on their property, but this is often a violation of local building codes. It could also be a safety issue if a tank were to heat and expand, causing pressure or contamination of the property. Equipment may also be needed to remove a tank from above ground or underground, since these tanks are generally much too large for the homeowner to handle on his own.

When you need an oil, fuel or propane tank removed, a professional company will first do an assessment of your property to determine the best method of removal. If there are underground utilities, such as a septic tank or underground wiring, this will be taken into account as well. The contents of the tank will be removed first, whether it is gas, diesel fuel or oil. Drainage and vacuuming will be done to relieve pressure.

Once the tank is fully drained, it can be safely removed using a backhoe or other machinery. Oil and gas lines will need to be capped to ensure hot substances do not leak into the ground and contaminate the property. Soil samples may be tested to ensure contamination has not already taken place. Once the old tank is removed, a new tank can be installed and hooked up to the heating unit, water or toilets in the home. After installation, instructions will be given to the homeowner on how to maintain the tank and provide proper storage for best performance.