Actually, I would have put 3 of the tanks in if I could have. I have a
1000 gal inground that is getting replaced. I loved it, normally I would
fill it up once in Aug (when oil was cheapest) and it could get me through
the year, with maybe a small refill somewhere in march.
The more oil you can store, means you can buy it when it's cheapest.
"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
Jeff Scarbrough <fishplate at gmail.com>
eric at megageek.com
shop-talk at autox.team.net
Re: [Shop-talk] Above ground oil tanks
On Sat, Jun 4, 2011 at 5:03 PM, <eric at megageek.com> wrote:
> 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.
I'd be more worried about how to be able to afford 720 gallons of
oil...how long does that last?
When I was a kid growing up in Florida, we had an above-ground tank,
that was maybe 100 gallons. Now the house at Corrosion Acres is total
electric, with a fireplace for backup. But it's a lot milder in the
winter here, I reckon.
Zzap! Acres, Ga.