Why we recommend steel tanks

We help a lot of clients choose new oil tanks, either because they’re switching to oil for the first time or need to replace an older tank at the end of its life. Every home and business has different requirements when it comes to their oil tank, however in most cases we do find that. Read More

Disposing of Bund Water and Condensate

We’ve talked before about the importance of checking your tank’s bund for rainwater, but not about what to do if you find any. With the weather becoming increasingly grey and wet, it’s now the time of year that tanks are more likely to become compromised in a downpour, so we’ve put together a quick guide. Read More

4 Reasons to Heat Your Home with Oil

Approximately 4 million UK households are not connected to the mains network for gas, electricity, or both. For these families, choosing a cost-effective way to keep their homes warm is a pretty important question, particularly with rising energy bills, climate change and sustainability concerns on the agenda. While it’s certainly idealistic, we’re not yet at. Read More

The First Steps to Self-Sufficiency

Homesteading is a growing trend in the UK, and we have seen our business grow with customers who are trying to live more within their means and create a more self-sufficient lifestyle. Whether you want to enjoy living more off-grid, or simply want more control over your energy bills, here are four tips for getting. Read More

Avoiding the Common Causes of Oil Spills at Home

Nobody wants an oil spill – it’s bad for the environment, unpleasant for your home and painful for your wallet. In our experience, the majority of domestic oil tank leaks or spills are completely preventable and are usually down to improper tank maintenance or accidental damage. Here are 3 of the most common causes of. Read More

Your Tank Inspection Checklist

In our last post we talked about the essential steps you need to take to make sure your oil storage tank is working efficiently. Part of your tank maintenance routine should be to regularly inspect the condition of your tank, to check for signs of wear and tear. We’ve put together a quick checklist of. Read More

A Guide to Routine Tank Maintenance

Having an oil tank is convenient, cost-effective and allows you to have more control and awareness of your fuel consumption than grid supplies. However, it is a considerable investment, and you are wholly responsible for your tank and its contents. To help you get the most from your investment (and extend its lifespan for as. Read More

Jargon Buster: Oil Storage made Simple

With over 20 years’ experience in the industry, there’s not much we don’t know about oil storage tanks. It means we’re always happy to help our customers when they need help figuring out which domestic oil storage would suit the needs of their home or business. To help keep things simple, we’ve put together this. Read More

Tips for Indoor and Outdoor Tank Storage

Depending on the space available to you, domestic oil tanks can be positioned outdoors or indoors (including inside garages or outhouses). There are certain restrictions in both instances, to make sure your oil supply is stored safely and doesn’t pose an environmental threat in the event of a leak. Read on for some tips about. Read More

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