Liberty Property Managment LLC is a family owned and operated company with more than 25 years of experience. We serve the entire Chicagoland area (outside the city limits of Chicago), providing a straightforward approach to oil tank removal for a fair ...
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Bobs Affordable Services can easily and swiftly remove your underground storage tank (UST), and heating oil tank. We provide safety conscious service by checking the ground for leaks and the tank for deterioration before removal. Call for a free quote.
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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.