Oil Tank Removal in Elko, GA

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Brewer Industrial Services

4.5
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McIntyre, GA

Brewer Industrial Services, Inc. is a leader in providing demolition and industrial plant cleaning services all over Georgia. Our #1 priority is safety, and because our work is backed by more than 20 years of experience all over Georgia, you can trust... more

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Southern Equipment

5.0
(19) -
Macon, GA
  • Interior Demolition
  • Selective Demolition
  • Wrecking and Removal
  • Over 30 years of experience
  • Hassle-free pricing

Southern Equipment offers a full suite of demolition services, including oil tank and septic tank removal. We’ve served homeowners and commercial clients for more than 30 years throughout Georgia. We’ll get your storage tank removed quickly and at an... more

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Montpelier Tree Service

5.0
(1) -
Forsyth, GA

Since 2000, Montpelier Tree Service has been providing high quality services to Central Georgia. We specialize in a wide range of demolition and excavation services, including professional tree services, tree removal, demolition, excavating, and more. Trimming, pruning, stump removal, grinding, emergency... more

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McLendon Excavating

Hawkinsville, GA

McLendon Excavating offers a variety of services to meet customers' needs. Our experienced team is courteous and eager to assist you in your next project. We offer some of the most comprehensive services in the area, including oil tank removal. more

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JR's Mini Roll Off

Byron, GA

At JR's Mini Roll Off, we specialize in everything you need to get your property looking its best. From oil tank removal, demolition, dumpster rentals, and junk removal, to landscape and overgrowth cleanup, we do it all! Let us do... more

Tank Removal Tips for Elko, GA

Storage Tank Removal Tips

How can I tell if my oil tank is leaking?

It's easier to tell when an above ground tank is leaking since it's always visible, but underground storage tank leaks are a bit harder to detect. In some cases, it can take years before an underground storage tank leak is detected. 

Be aware of the signs that a leak has occurred:

  • There is dead/dying vegetation in the area of the tank

  • The soil in the area is darker than the surrounding native soils

  • The area around the fill pipe is stained

  • You can smell heating oil odors in the house/coming out of the ground

  • Fuel consumption spikes even though the weather isn't especially cold

  • There is an oily rainbow sheen on the water beneath the tank, in basement sump, etc.

  • If your well water develops a strange taste, odor, or color

  • There is water in fuel lines

If you see any of these signs, contact an underground tank testing company immediately.