Oil Tank Removal in Metamora, MI

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For more than 20 years, Demolition Man has proudly offered demolition services in Southeast Michigan. We are equipped for handling small-to-medium sized projects, including oil tank removal. It’s our mission to provide the best quality service at the best possible ...

The expert team at LBS Demolition ensure the project is done right the first time. We take the pain out of the demolition process by putting the customer’s needs first, even if that means going out of our way. ...

Triple D Demolition is a family owned demolition company providing oil tank removal throughout Howell, MI and the surrounding areas. We are here to serve you in every capacity, providing excellent customer service and high-quality results that you deserve.

Goodnite Equipment is proud to provide St Clair and surrounding communities with top-notch demolition, dumpster rentals, and junk removal assistance. We are here to serve you in a variety of ways while providing exceptional customer service and high-quality work. To ...


C-Mack Contracting

2615 Kingstowne Dr, Commerce Charter Township MI 48390

C-Mack LLC knows what it takes to complete a wide range of junk removal and demolition services. We offer an unmatched level of experience, customer care, and professionalism to each and every job site. We are here to serve you ...


Golden Services of Michigan

23200 Thorncliffe Street, Southfield MI 48033

Golden Services of Michigan is a licensed and insured group of demolition experts that take pride in accomplishing client goals with years of experience, knowledge, and pride. From indoor to outdoor projects large and small, we have the skills and ...


Bruglio Contracting

44543 N Gratiot Ave, Clinton Township MI 48036

Bruglio Contracting's team is qualified, professional, and committed to exceeding customers' expectations. We are experts in dumpster rental, junk removal, demolition, and more. We are focused on our customers' needs and completing the job safely and efficiently. We are the ...


L Zellar & Sons Excavating Inc

1406 S Linden Rd # B, Flint MI 48532

With nearly 50 years of experience serving Michigan, we take pride in providing our clients with the utmost in quality and experience.  Since 1967, we have strived to do our best to keep up with the newest and latest technology to ...


M J Ryan Excavating

2289 S Fenton Rd, Holly MI 48442

In Holly, MI and nearby areas, including Genesee and Oakland Counties, M J Ryan Excavating is the company customers call. They perform all aspects of demolition and excavating services, but they also offer grading and septic tank services, too.


Gardner Excavation Inc

9329 Neff Rd, Clio MI 48420

Gardner Excavation Inc specializes in excavating and demolition services. Serving Clio, MI and surrounding areas, our crew is friendly, knowledgeable, and efficient. Contact us today to learn more!


Trombley's Excavating

3931 Wilcox Rd, Brown City MI 48416

Trombley's Excavating serves Brown City, Michigan and surrounding cities. We offer extensive demolition services in an efficient and honest manner, including house and mobile home demolition, concrete removal, pool removal, and much more.


Wt Stevens Construction, Inc

934 E. Ruth Avenue, Flint MI 48505

W.T. Stevens Construction is a minority, woman-owned company devoted to exceptional demolition, excavation, and concrete services. We’re fully licensed, insured, and bonded contractors who provide oil tank removal, shed demolition, and more.

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How does oil tank removal work?

First, the tank and any connected piping must be emptied and carefully cleaned so there aren't any remaining oil and vapors. If there aren't any signs that the tank leaked, it is then considered closed and is ready to be removed.

Then, the tank can be removed. Once the tank is cleaned and closed, it can be disconnected, dug out from the earth in the case of underground tanks, lifted onto a trailer, and hauled away to be properly disposed of and reused/recycled if possible.

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