Allow ERC Environmental, LLC to take the stress and difficulty out of oil tank removal for your Hunterdon County property. Whether you’re a long-time owner of a home with a buried decommissioned oil tank or you’re considering selling your house, prompt removal is the smart option.
Why Removal of Your Buried Oil Tank is Necessary
Underground oil tanks are a common issue in Hunterdon County and throughout New Jersey. Most of them are no longer in use, and property owners often aren’t even aware of their presence. Unfortunately, that doesn’t remove the potential danger of leakage and contamination.
|Top Reasons To Remove Your Oil Tank|
|New heating source – Most homeowners have made the move from oil to natural gas, but there are some hold-outs. If that describes you, it’s probably time to embrace a safer, more energy efficient fuel source.|
|Putting your house on the market – You’re not legally required to remove a buried oil tank from your Hunterdon home prior to a sale, but failure to do so will likely render your home unsaleable. Insurance providers are resistant to ensuring homes with these old tanks on the property. Without essential liability coverage, potential buyers will take a pass and look for a home without this problem.|
|Risk of leaking - If your tank was buried before 2000, the probability of rusting, corrosion and leakage is heightened. It’s far better and certainly more cost effective to have the tank removed as a precaution, rather than wait for damage to occur.|
|Oil leakage – If your tank has already started leaching oil, you probably understand exactly why your tank needs to be removed. You’re likely here looking for the removal and soil clean-up services we provide. We’re glad you found us.|
Up Front Pricing and No Surprises
One of the advantages of retaining our services is our flat fee pricing model. You know exactly what the job costs before any work is started. We offer quick estimates, usually within a few hours. Our job estimate encompasses everything you need for oil tank removal, including permit applications, inspections and permit closings.
After you receive our estimate, let us know when you’re ready to move forward. Put down a 50% deposit on our flat fee, and we’ll get started. You only pay the balance after the work is done. This simple, transparent approach removes any unwelcome surprises or unexpected expenses, and allows you to budget for this important service.
Contact ERC Environmental to Remove your Buried Oil Tank in Hunterdon County
Find out how affordable and simple is can be to rid your property of a buried oil tank, and to give yourself invaluable peace of mind. Give us a call at 877-440-TANK (8265) to start the process.