Oil Tank Removal in Salisbury, MD

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Elisha Junk Removal

109 W Gordy Rd, Salisbury MD 21801

Fast, efficient, and honest, Elisha Junk Removal has become a reputable and well-known demolition service in the greater Salisbury, MD area. Our team is up for every type of job, including oil tank removal! When you hire us, you can ...

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Dr Junk LLC

30774 Pine Ridge Rd, Millsboro DE 19966

Serving Sussex County, DE and the surrounding communities, the talented team at Dr Junk LLC works hard everyday to provide the best demolition services. We customize our services based on each individual's needs and can provide a variety of services, ...

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Modern Industries

9343 Guy Ward Rd, Parsonsburg MD 21849

Modern Industries specializes in site development of all shapes and sizes, including asbestos abatement, demolition, earthwork, utility construction, sidewalks, road work, grading and more. We serve Maryland, Delaware, and Pennsylvania communities with the goal of providing a result that ...

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AIM Environmental Services Inc

2314 Allen Dr, Salisbury MD 21801

AIM Environmental Services, Inc. is a demolition, abatement, and remediation contractor founded in 2003. As a certified small business, our team of experts provides quality house demolition, oil tank removal, and more.

Tank Removal Tips for Salisbury, MD

Tips for Removing Above Ground Oil Tanks

What is an above ground storage tank?

Above ground storage tanks are large containers built to hold oil, either for heating or for fuel. Generally, they are located in the basement, crawl space, or against a side/back wall on the exterior of the house, and are held up by supports. They serve the same purpose as an underground storage tank, only they're not buried underground.