OIL TANK SWEEPS IN NORTHERN NEW JERSEY
An Unknown Abandoned Underground Oil Tank is a Financial Liability and an Injury Risk
REASONS FOR AN OIL TANK SEARCH WHEN BUYING A HOME
- Tanks that are not properly decommissioned or removed have often leaked or had issues in the past and are likely to contaminate the soil.
- After you purchase a home you are now responsible for any oil tank and contamination of the ground. That means you are responsible for the cleanup costs even though you may have no prior knowledge of the problem. Cleanups can range from $2,000 to up to $300,000 This type of issue is normally excluded on home owners insurance coverage.
Danger of Injury
- Tanks that are not removed or properly decommissioned can collapse and create a dangerous sinkhole causing potential injuries.
- It is possible to have an unknown underground oil tank for any home, but more commonly in homes built before the 1980’s. Our technicians have found unknown oil tanks for new houses! This is mainly because an old home was demolished before the new house was built, and proves that any property has the potential for risk.
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