I am in the middle of this process right now (western NJ.) When I asked
back here, it was clear that inside was better. Now that they are
installed, I'm very happy with it.
New tanks installed (2X 360gals in basement) and Tues they pull the old
tank. Wish me luck!
I have insurance, but I'm still worried.
"Be as beneficent as the sun or the sea, but if your rights as a rational
being are trenched on, die on the first inch of your territory." Ralph
John Mitchell <jmitch at snet.net>
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[Shop-talk] Above ground oil tanks
I'm planning on having my 550 gallon underground oil tank pulled
out as it's 20 years old and I'd like to replace it with an above ground
tank which would go under my deck. I live in Connecticut, and I'm
wondering if it would need to be insulated to keep the oil flowing?
I've also read about combination tanks, which are plastic surrounded by
a metal shell. Anyone have experience with above ground tanks? I'd
really hate to waste interior space on a tank if I don't have to. John
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