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Zoran Construction Group, Inc.

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Escondido, CA
  • Commercial
  • Residential

At Zoran Construction Group, Inc., our fully licensed and insured company consistently performs reliable and affordable oil tank removal services throughout the greater Escondido, CA area. In addition to their expertise, our employees provide reassurance, support, and personal attention to... more

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Simon Junk Removal and Hauling

San Diego, CA

Simon Junk Removal and Hauling has been providing high-quality, affordable demolition services throughout Simon Valley, CA for over 5 years. We offer a range of different services to fit the needs of our clients throughout San Diego County. more

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Hofer Corporation

San Diego, CA

Hofer Corporation offers one of the most dynamic list of demolition services throughout the greater San Diego, CA area, including oil tank removal, house demolition, garage and shed demolition, pool removal, interior demolition, and so much more! Reach out today... more

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M&M Hauling and Bobcat

5.0
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Lakeside, CA

M&M Hauling and Bobcat is a family owned and operated company based in East San Diego. We are a fully licensed, bonded, and insured company proudly serving the area since 1995. My company motto is to always be easy... more

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What are storage tanks?

Storage tanks are generally used to hold oil on a residential or commercial property. There are two kinds of oil storage tanks: above ground storage tanks and underground storage tanks. An above ground storage tank (AST) and an underground storage tank (UST) are both large containers used to hold oil or fuel, whether for heating or other purposes. Generally, above ground storage tanks are located in the basement, crawl space, or against the back or side of the home, held up by supports. Underground storage tanks are buried underground and were most common between the 1930s and late 1980s.