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Aboveground Storage Tank Installation and Removal

For your aboveground storage tank removal and installations, look no further than GreenTRAX, Inc. We can handle every aspect of your service from removal of the old tank, installation of the new tank, transferring oil & re-starting the furnace & hot water heater, and much more. Ensuring safe handling of your fuel tank installation is our top priority, with convenient fast, reliable service throughout Maryland. We will re-start the furnace or hot water heater the same day as the new install so that you don’t have to go a day without heat or hot water.

AST Installations for Homeowners Throughout Maryland

Our team can handle aboveground storage tank installations for a wide variety of tank sizes for homeowners. The basic tank comes with a 1 year warranty, bet we carry upgraded Granby tanks that come double bottoms, and specialized coatings and include longer warranties such as 20, 25 and 30 years. GreenTRAX, Inc. also install’s ROTH tanks that come with a 30 year warranty and 2 million dollars of insurance. We are factory certified ROTH tank installers. GreenTRAX, Inc. also offers smaller size tanks for tight spaces, and multiple tanks can be connected to achieve more storage capacity. We offer larger tanks such as 330 gallon and even larger outside tanks such as 500 and 1000 gallons aboveground.

Depending on the needs of your property, we can install vertical or horizontal AST’s inside or outside of your home. Commonly, tanks are found somewhere on the exterior of your home, or in basements, crawlspaces, sheds or in garages. We offer a variety of tank sizes and also upgraded tanks that come with longer factory warranties. Please call us for details and let GreenTRAX, Inc. help you with your next tank project.


My aboveground tank leaked or is leaking, can I just remove the old tank and forget about the leak?

BAD IDEA. We have seen bad things happen when people try to hide the fact they have an oil tank leak. Such as contaminating yours or a neighbor’s well water, oil leaking through yours or a neighbors basement foundation wall or getting into the drain tile around the house and into the sump pump basin, which in turn the sump pump will pump the oil contaminated water back out into the yard and spread the contamination further. Don’t risk getting sued for doing something illegal. It is always better for everyone involved to deal with the tank and or leak properly. Call GreenTRAX, Inc. we will be happy to help you.


Removal of old tank

No matter where your tank is located, we can come in and remove it so that your site is ready for a new one. Even if your tank needs to be cut into pieces to be removed we do this all the time and can handle this cleanly and efficiently.

Installation of new tank

After we’ve removed the old tank, we can install a new one in the same day and re-start the furnace and or hot water heater, so that you don’t have to go without heat or hot water.

Tank Repairs

We can take a look at your existing tank and address any issues with the fill or vent pipes, gauge, whistle or copper supply & return lines.

Soil Testing

In the event of a tank leak inside or outside, the concrete floor or soil below & around the tank may be contaminated. We use a photo ionization detector to accurately test the soil to find the level of contamination. We also obtain soil samples and have them tested at a lab.

Oil Pump Out & Oil Transfers

Getting a new tank installed doesn’t have to mean losing all of your current oil, we will transfer all of the good oil into your new tank. There will always be sludge in the bottom of your old tank, so we will haul that away and properly dispose of that for you. If you are getting rid of your old tank, have water in your tank or some other problem with the oil in your current tank we will come and pump that out for you and haul away for proper disposal.

The Maryland Department of the Environment is cancelling the reimbursement fund for homeowners with leaking heating oil tanks!

This cancellation takes effect June 30th, 2024. You need to have your buried oil tank removed NOW, so if the tank is leaking you can get reimbursed for remediation costs before the program goes away. Click here for more information on the reimbursement fund as it operates now.

We urge everyone to contact their representatives in Annapolis and the Governors office and tell them DO NOT cancel the homeowner reimbursement fund for leaking residential oil tanks! They can still renew this program before this year’s legislative session ends.

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