Oil Tank Removal in Yorba Linda, CA

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Kennah Construction

Kennah Construction

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Kennah Construction
Serving Yorba Linda, CA

We’re your fully licensed, insured and locally-owned demolition company serving the community since 1989. Kennah Construction is a full-service demo services provider offering storage container removal and septic tank disposal. Call the experts at Kennah to properly dispose of your underground storage container (UST).

320 S Cypress St, La Habra CA 90631

When you hire Affordable Services, you get exactly that: affordable services. They believe that quality work shouldn’t come at the expense of an empty wallet. They specialize in demolition, tree removal, and more.

16652 Burke Ln, Huntington Beach CA 92647

Serving all of Southern California, Tim Greenleaf Engineering specializes in all things excavating and demolition, including deconstruction. They offer practical, low-cost solutions to a wide range of residential and commercial needs.

630 S. Jefferson St. Unit G, Placentia CA 92870

Orange County Demolition, Inc. (OCD) is a full-service demolition contractor located in Placentia, California. Founded in 2003, OCD prides itself on a hard-earned reputation of being innovative in demolition techniques. Our team consists of highly-trained staff, providing high-quality oil tank removal services.

Serving Yorba Linda, CA

BHL Industries Inc. is a demolition expert with capabilities in scrap and concrete recycling. We offer both superior services and a highly professional staff with safety at heart.

Serving Yorba Linda, CA

Located in Signal Hill, CA and serving the greater Los Angeles area, Lovco Construction, Inc. is the company to turn to when you need services you can count on. They specialize in demolition, excavating, grading, earthwork, concrete and asphalt, and more.

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What are storage tanks?

Storage tanks are large containers built to hold large quantities of gas or liquid. There are two main types of storage tanks—underground and above ground. These tanks were commonly used on both residential and commercial properties up until around the 1980s. Today, they are less common but still exist.

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