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Petroleum Tank Removal: Easier to Sell Your Fairfax VA Home

Realtors know that petroleum tank removal makes it easier to sell your Fairfax VA home. Home buyers - even those who are buying an older "fixer-upper" or "handy man's special" - will choose natural gas over heating oil, when given a choice. Homes with petroleum oil tanks, even those who have ben decommissioned, will take longer to sell and will sell for less than those with no tank.

If you're preparing to sell your home, warmer weather is the best time to have the petroleum tank removed. Hopefully, all of last winter's oil has been used, and it's easier to find the petroleum tank at your Northern Virginia home. It's also easier to get removal equipment in and out of your property, with the least amount of complications.

If a leak is found during a petroleum tank removal in Fairfax VA, the spill must be cleaned up. Fortunately for Virginia homeowners, there is a Petroleum Storage Tank Reimbursement Fund (VPSTF) to help homeowners and businesses pay for certain costs associated with cleaning up leaking petroleum tanks. This fund is administered through the Virginia Department of Environmental Quality (VDEQ); and there are requirements that must be met for receiving reimbursements from the fund.

If you have questions or concerns about petroleum tank removal in Fairfax VA, please contact SES Mid Atlantic LLC as soon as possible. SES has years of experience with petroleum tank removal in Fairfax VA, and will ensure that your petroleum tank removal is done in compliance with all rules and regulations. If you are eligible for reimbursement, we will take all steps necessary to help you receive the maximum reimbursement through the Virginia Underground Petroleum Storage Tank Reimbursement Fund (VPSTF).

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