Oil Tank Removal in Kingfisher, OK

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Acme Construction

Yukon, OK
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Acme Construction was founded in 2007 with our main focus being our customers' satisfaction. We are based out of Oklahoma City and can take on both small to large demolition projects, including oil tank removal. Our close attention to detail and... more


Enfield Demolition and Excavation LLC

Enid, OK

We promise to uphold the highest level of standards in all aspects of our work, from a fair bid process, to timely completion of services, and under budget projects. We are proud to serve Northwest Oklahoma.To find out more,... more

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From The Dirt Up

Guthrie, OK

From The Dirt Up specializes in demolition, construction, excavation, and much more. We have years of experience in tried and true oil tank removal methods, which allows us to complete projects on schedule, offer affordable rates, and provide great customer... more


Fritzler Construction

Guthrie, OK

Oklahoma City and surrounding areas turn to Fritzler Construction when they're looking for high-quality oil tank removal services. Our team is dedicated to accuracy, efficiency, and safety. more

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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.