Oil Tank Removal Long Island

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Whether you want to remove an old tank from your backyard or your business, Domino’s Fuel Tank Service has you covered – we have the expertise, equipment and experience to help you with any tank job. Our tank removals are performed by our team of highly skilled technicians. And if there are any oil leaks to take care of, we can provide you with emergency oil tank service on Long Island NY. We serve both Suffolk and Nassau Counties.

Here’s our approach to oil tank removal in NY:

Inground Oil Tank Removal on Long Island

The typical inground oil tank lasts between 15 and 50 years. After that the tank is in danger of failure which could lead to expensive oil spills, soil contamination and environmental cleanups which may cost thousands of dollars. The tank construction and soil conditions play a major part in how long your inground tank lasts. It makes sense to remove or abandon your inground oil tank if it’s been used for over 15-20 years.

Here’s how we can help.

  1. We can stop by your home or business to provide you with a free estimate on an underground storage tank removal.
  2. We’ll take care of any local permits that may be necessary
  3. We’ll contact the utility companies and have them mark the ground
  4. We’ll schedule your tank job for a day and time that works for you.
  5. We’ll use professional equipment to dig out your tank and remove it
  6. We’ll sample the soil underneath your old tank to determine if there are any oil spills
  7. If the tank was leaking and the ground is contaminated, we can help you with cleanup.
  8. The excavation will be filled and topped off with fresh topsoil.

Above-ground oil tank removal (outdoor, garage, basement, or crawlspace oil tanks)

  1. We can stop by your home or business to provide you with a free estimate on an aboveground storage tank removal.
  2. We’ll take care of any local permits that may be necessary
  3. We’ll schedule your tank job for a day and time that works for you.
  4. If necessary, we will remove any remaining oil left in the oil tank.
  5. If possible, we’ll remove the tank in one piece, if not we’ll cut it open, drain the sludge, and cut up the tank in pieces to be removed.
  6. We will then disconnect and remove all fill and vent pipes.
  7. The area where the tank was will be swept clean of all debris.