December 1st, 2016. We have a house under contract, a thus far good contractor, and a buried oil tank! Find out How to remove a buried oil tank
We did a lot of research on how to remove a buried oil tank the right way. We needed it done fast and we couldn’t afford any delays. So it had to be done the right way to avoid future delays. We contacted a seemingly good company that knew what they were doing. We actually called several companies and the prices vary. Some were outrageously expensive, others were not so bad. Some were cheaper but it would take long for the soil sample to return the analysis, and others were a bit more costly but the return of sample analysis was faster.
We decided to go with Enviroshield, and overall they were very good. Highly recommend them. They quoted us about $1400.00 to get the tank removed and do a soil test. It took us 2 weeks to finally get it to this point but finally, we can proceed. We called mark before you dig, and they came by. Not only did they mark where underground cables were, but they also cleaned the entire (long) driveway. Yeah!!
Soon the crew arrived. I could tell they were serious. Look at the toys they brought!
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