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  • Underground Tank Removal in Francestown NH

    This is an example of a residential underground tank removal. The heating oil for this house was stored in a 1000-gallon underground tank buried in the back yard. CommTank crews checked with the local Fire Department, which in the case of Francestown is a volunteer department. Buried utilities were not a concern because the owner knew where his se....

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  • Abandoned Underground Tank

    CommTank was called to a residential property in Brookline, MA to investigate a pipe in the home with no known egress point. A home inspector had found it and couldn’t identify it. The homeowners were selling the home after living there for 32 years and wanted to avoid any future problems that might stop the sale. They had always heated the h....

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  • Underground Tank Removal Amherst NH

    CommTank removed this underground gasoline tank at this small farm in Amherst NH. The 1,000-gallon gasoline storage tank was used to store fuel for tractors, hay bailers, water pumps and other farm implements. The underground tank was still in good shape because it was located under the barn. Steel underground tanks like this one can last a long ti....

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  • Residential Underground Tank Removal in Newton Ma

    CommTank performed an underground tank removal at this home in Newton, MA. The tank had not been in use for many years. The tank was discovered when a potential buyer for the property asked about the pipes that were attached to the garage and disappeared underground. The buyer hired CommTank to investigate and we found the pipes were connected to ....

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  • Underground Tank Removal from Under a Deck

    On July 21, 2015 CommTank removed a 300-gallon underground oil tank for the Drosopoulos family in Marshfield Ma. This underground oil tank project was different than our typical job because of the limited access to the backyard. The customer had a fenced in pool and the underground tank was located under the deck. CommTank usually brings an excavat....

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