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Head Office:

19386 McCowan Road,

Mount Albert, Ontario

L0G 1M0

Yard Location:

21875 Lake Ridge Road,

Pefferlaw, Ontario
L0E 1N0

CONTACT US

Phone: (905)-473-6883

Fax: (905)-473-2168

Email: info@danoshconstruction.com

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Oil Tank Removal Services

If your home has an oil tank that is no longer in use, or is past it's service life cycle, you may be interested in having it removed. These outdated oil tanks are at potential risk for a fuel leak and need to be properly removed by a qualified and licensed professional. We specialize in oil tank removal in Ontario, and no matter whether the tank is in your crawlspace, your basement, or outdoors, we have the means and the expertise to remove it. We hold all applicable licenses and training to complete oil tank removals safely.

We remove oil tanks of all shapes and sizes including:

  • Heating oil tank removal

  • Residential oil tank removal

  • Exterior oil tank removal

  • Interior oil tank removal

  • Above ground fuel storage tank removal

  • Basement oil tank removal

  • Crawlspace oil tank removal

Why get your Oil Tank removed?

There are numerous reasons why you may want to pursue a removal of your oil tank. Some of the most common reasons are:​

  • You are installing a new oil tank

  • You are switching your home heating source

  • Your tank has been unused for an extended period of time

  • Your tank is past its serviceable life cycle

  • Insurance purposes

How we remove Oil Tanks

The oil tank removal process is complicated and should only be done by trained professionals. Our scope of work includes:​

1

Asses the job to ensure the best way to remove the tank.

2

Pump out any remaining product that was left in the tank, and safely dispose of it.

3

Remove all interior and exterior piping that was previously connected to the tank.

4

Carefully remove the tank from the location, ensuring the safety and cleanliness of your home.

5

Clean up after the job is complete as if it was our own home.

6

Prepare and provide a report letter to the owner and TSSA for their files.

IMPORTANT!

TAKING OUT AN OIL TANK YOURSELF COULD RESULT IN DAMAGE TO YOURSELF AND YOUR HOME. OIL TANK REMOVALS MUST BE DONE BY A LICENSED PROFESSIONAL.

WE SERVICE ALL OF SOUTHERN ONTARIO.

HAVE QUESTIONS? CONTACT US!