Heating oil storage tanks last a long time — 25 years or longer. Because of this, many homeowners have never replaced their tanks. But when it’s time to retire your old fuel storage container, it’s always best to move quickly. After all, tank deterioration can lead to leaks, which can result in costly clean-ups and environmental remediation.
When it’s time to say goodbye to your old tank — or upgrade to a larger model after new construction — Tasha Fuels & Propane is a local, multi-generational family-owned and operated company.
In addition to providing world-class heating oil delivery services, we sell, install and service a range of aboveground tanks from Roth, a leading manufacturer. We also provide oil tank maintenance and repairs.
Today’s oil storage tanks far eclipse the ones that were made even a couple of decades ago. The models we install are built with safety, longevity and ease of use in mind. They feature galvanized steel bodies, protective coating, double-walled construction and leak detection features — just to name a few benefits.
They also come in a variety of sizes, shapes and colors, making it easier to find a tank that fits your space.
If you are ready to replace your home’s heating oil tank, contact Tasha Fuels & Propane to arrange an appointment. We carry a range of sizes, from 130-gallon to 400-gallon models. Our tanks come single- or double-walled.
Whatever your home’s energy needs and your town’s restrictions, we guarantee that we have the ideal tank for you!
Nothing lasts forever, not even oil storage tanks.
Unfortunately, it’s often hard to tell when your tank is nearing retirement. Corrosion and deterioration mostly happen inside the tank, where you can’t easily see problems. Even so, it’s vital that you check in on your tank periodically to look for the following warning signs that it needs repair or replacement:
If you notice any of these issues — especially if your tank is more than 20 years old — you should contact Tasha Fuels & Propane immediately. Our friendly technicians can assess your tank’s condition and determine if it can be repaired or should be replaced. The most important thing is that we look at it before you have an expensive and disruptive spill.