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If you are in need of a residential heating oil tank, look no further. Contact GreenTRAX, Inc.


We are residential heating oil tank specialists. We have been in the fuel tank industry for over 28 years. This is what we do every day. Residential heating oil tank installations & removals.

GreenTRAX will be able to handle your old tank properly and legally no matter the location.


  • Underground
    • outside in the yard/grass or garden bed area
    • under the driveway, patio or sidewalk
    • under your house or in a crawlspace
    • below the garage floor
    • in other inaccessible areas
  • Aboveground
    • outside
    • n the basement or crawlspace
    • in a garage or shed


  • Outside
  • In the basement or crawlspaces if large enough for new tank
  • In sheds or garages
  • Underground (where a new buried tank is preferred or no aboveground tank is feasible)

We are Maryland Department of the Environment (MDE) licensed. We are insured. 2nd Generation Tank Contractor. Experienced. Professional. Efficient. Helpful. Timely. Reliable. Prepared.

Oil Tank Warranties

We have New tanks available with many Warranty Options:

  • 3 year
  • 10 year
  • 20 year
  • 25 year
  • 30 year

Oil Tank Shapes

Many shapes available to best fit your location:

  • Oval shape
  • Cylindrical
  • Horizontal tanks
  • Vertical tanks
  • Rectangular
  • Square/box shape
  • Skid tanks

Oil Tank Sizes

Various size options: (US Gallons)

  • 110
  • 120
  • 138
  • 165
  • 220
  • 240
  • 275 (The standard – Most common size tank installed)
  • 330
  • 400
  • 500
  • 1000

All tanks are standard single wall tanks. However, some tanks are also available in double wall.

Oil Tank Colors

Standard tank colors from the factory include:

  • Grey
  • Beige
  • Black
  • galvanized steel
  • white

Though, some of the tanks can be painted after installation any color of the owner’s choosing.

Heating Oil Tanks from GreenTRAX

Some of the new aboveground tanks come with legs, larger tanks have skids, and 30-year tanks have a separate base they sit on. Most new aboveground tanks will be set on concrete/masonry lintels, so they do not sink into the ground. Residential tanks do not need a newly poured concrete pad to set on. However, if you want to have us to do that, we can, or you are free to have your own contractor do that prior to installation.

Aboveground tanks will be set up with an oil fill adaptor and cap, whistle, vent pipe and vent cap, plugs as needed, tank gauge, and a fitting either on top of the tank or on the bottom to connect the copper supply line to (and if needed a return line). New copper supply line will be installed to the furnace if possible, if not possible we can re-use existing line. A new filter will be installed at the furnace, and the furnace will be re-started when possible. Plus, if your water heater also runs off of the oil tank, we will connect to that and re-start that as well.

GreenTRAX provides a complete & thorough job and will get you back up and running as soon as possible to minimize any downtime without heat or hot water.

We install, remove, replace & pump out tanks every day – this is what we do. So, don’t trust your job with inexperienced people; call the professionals at GreenTRAX, Inc. 410-439-1085

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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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