Oil Tank Removal in Puyallup, WA

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Woodland Industries

10715 66th Ave E, Puyallup WA 98373

Woodland Industries is a fully bonded and insured company. We are proud to serve the Tacoma area and offer a wide range of services, including commercial demolition, oil tank removal, house demolition, and more.

Terrain

18040 Des Moines Memorial Drive S, Suite 103, SeaTac WA 98148

We specialize in providing excavation, demolition, and landscaping services with an unmatched level of attention to detail. Terrain completes projects of all types, including shed demolition, house demolition, oil tank removal, and more.

Nes, Inc.

Po Box 1583, Sumner WA 98390

Throughout Tacoma, Washington, Nes, Inc. is the company customers count on when they need oil tank removal or site preparation services. We are highly experienced in our field and understand how to tackle both simple and complex projects.

Langseth Environmental Services

7517 Portland Ave E, Tacoma WA 98404

We are the go-to area provider of oil tank removal services and offer other environmental services such as soil testing and remediation. We have been involved in projects ranging from private individual, residential needs all the way to State and Federal projects. Especially when dealing with hazardous materials, we understand the need for the utmost safety standards and each of our employees is certified under a number of programs.

DSE Excavating

1207 W Pioneer, Puyallup WA 98371

For all your residential and commercial demolition and excavating needs, look no further than DSE Excavating Inc. With more than 30 years of experience, we can demolish oil tanks, houses, mobile homes, and more.

Tank Removal Tips for Puyallup, WA

Tips for Tank Removal

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.