Oil Tank Removal in Sublimity, OR

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C.R. Woods Trucking, Inc.

35555 NE Corral Creek Rd, Newberg OR 97132

C.R. Woods Trucking, Inc. is a demolition contractor that has been proudly serving the Portland, OR area since 1997. For over 20 years, our experienced and dynamic team has completed a variety of jobs, including pool removal, excavation, site development, concrete ...

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Braun Construction & Design

24805 SW Gage Rd, Wilsonville OR 97070

Since 2005, Braun Construction and Design has been providing excavating and demolition services to Wilsonville, OR and surrounding areas. With our extensive fleet of equipment, wide range of services, and highly skilled team of specialists, Braun has what it takes to ...

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Mayer Construction Inc

15975 SW Lake Forest Blvd, Lake Oswego OR 97035

Mayer Construction Inc is a seasoned demolition company based out of Lake Oswego, OR. We have a full-size excavator that allows us to remove oil tanks, mobile homes, concrete, pools, fencing, and more!

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Valley Pacific Construction

10751 Oak St NE, Donald OR 97020

Valley Pacific Construction has earned a reputation for providing safe, high-quality services to a customers for more than 45 years, including oil tank removal. We are proud of our high volume of returning customers who have helped us continue our steady ...

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Bill Goff Construction

1357 Talbot Rd SE, Jefferson OR 97352

If you're looking for environment consultation services, oil tank removal, or Backhoe services, look no further than Bill Goff Construction. We're licensed, bonded, and insured, and can provide concrete removal, oil tank removal, and more.

Tank Removal Tips for Sublimity, OR

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.