I was impressed with how friendly and polite your guys are, and the fact they do prompt clean work.

Hi Mike,

Thanks so much for getting your guys out here so quickly to take care of the issue. While they could not tell exactly what caused the seepage, they ended up replacing the red connector with the fill gauge to be safe. They did mention it “may” have been due to the tank being filled very high and the seepage may have come out through the clear plastic cover seal, however, I did not see or feel any oil there, and they too could not be sure. I do plan on calling my heating oil provider and telling him when they come for auto-delivery, to have his drivers be more careful when filling the tank.

I also want to let you know once again I was impressed with how friendly and polite your guys are, and the fact they do prompt clean work. Please pass my comments on to them as most people are easy to complain, but not so much to pass along praise.

Have a great holiday and thanks again!

Ron

Photo of old basement oil tank

Old basement tank that is ready to be replaced.

 

New Granby tank installed in Wilmington, Massachusetts home.

Photo of Granby oil tank after installation.

 

Oil tank filter in basement

New oil tank filter is connected to a line that runs overhead to the furnace.

 

Vent and fill piping on new oil tank

New vent and fill pipes pass through wall and sealed with cement.

 

Close up of new oil tank tank

New oil tank gauge shows the tank is full.

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