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What you Need to Know About Underground Fuel Oil Tank Leaks?

Posted by Katrina DiCostanzo on Oct 27, 2016 3:31:53 PM

There are a high number of older houses in the Northeast that have buried fuel oil tanks. "Until the 1960's people were generally un-aware of the risks to the environment and a lot of oil tanks went into the ground," said Stuart Lieberman, a former NJ deputy attorney general who now practices real estate and environmental law.

Today, the risk of soil contamination from an underground tank is well known. What is also well known is the high cost of cleanup associated with oil tank leaks.

Since cleanups can be in the tens of thousands of dollars and may not be covered by your homeowners insurance, it is important to educate yourself on underground fuel oil tank leaks!  

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Home Owned vs. Supplier Loaned Propane Tank - Which is Better?

Posted by Katrina DiCostanzo on Jun 23, 2016 5:33:36 PM

The decision of using a home owned vs supplier loaned propane tank is dependent on many factors, such as personal preference, equipment usage and budget.  

Additionally, propane companies have different policies that factor into the decision of whether to buy or use a supplier loaned tank.

Most propane customers in the U.S. loan / lease their tank(s) from a supplier.  However, some users own their tanks.  

Below are some pros & cons to having a home owned vs supplier owned propane tank:

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Topics: Switch to Gas, We'll Pull the Oil Tank for FREE, propane gas, propane gas ny, propane gas nj, Propane gas pa, propane tank

Switch to Gas Heating by Nov 1st and We'll Pull Your Oil Tank for FREE

Posted by Combined Energy Services on Aug 6, 2014 11:43:52 AM

Did you know that all steel in the ground will deteriorate over time?  It's a combination of the elements and a naturally occuring small electrical charge the steel emits that causes corrosion to start the minute it comes in contact with the soil.  Over time, that steel gets rusted and eventually Mother Earth will reclaim it completely - but not until it leaks the fuel it holds making a huge, costly mess for the property owner.

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Topics: Switch to Gas, We'll Pull the Oil Tank for FREE

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