Locally-owned and operated, Gold Star Construction LLC is a small company providing the KC metro area with demolition, land clearing, and concrete construction and removal. We offer reasonable rates, quality service, and friendly customer service. Call or message us today ...
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M.N. Parker LLC specializes in demolition and debris/junk removal services. We have earned a reputation for our expertise, integrity, and customer-driven services. Our goal is to exceed expectations while providing high-quality services we are proud of. Contact us ...
B2 Demolition and Hauling Services has consistently gone the extra mile for our customers, earning us a reputation for exceptional customer service, fair prices, and professionalism. We are experienced in all that we do, so you can trust that your ...
Webb Demolition and Hauling specializes in comprehensive demolition and hauling services. Our goal is to exceed customers' expectations in every aspect of our service, whether mobile home demolition, oil tank removal, or interior demolition.
Johnson Excavating has the experienced team needed to seccussfully complete a variety of projects, including oil tank removal. Our services are second to none, and we work hard to make sure projects are completed within budget and on time.
At McElreath Excavating, we know what it takes to complete excavating and demolition jobs on time and within budget, including oil tank removal. We communicate closely with customers from the beginning of a project to the end to ensure your ...
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How can I tell if my oil storage tank is leaking?
It's pretty easy to monitor an above ground storage tank and spot leaks quickly, but it's not as easy to do so with underground storage tanks. Some of the most obvious signs that an underground oil tank is leaking include:
- Vegetation in the area of the tank is dead or dying
- The soil by the tank is darker than surrounding native soils.
- Heating oil odors can be detected in the house or coming out of the ground
- Fuel consumption spikes even though the weather isn't colder than normal
- Your well water develops a strange taste, odor, or color
- An oily rainbow sheen is visible beneath the tank
- Fill pipe is stained
- Water is in fuel lines
Call a tank testing company right away if you see any of these signs.