Sunday, August 11, 2019

connecting

the oil tank to the house


28 comments:

  1. One problem I don't have to worry about; my heating is all electric.

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  2. Hi Bill.

    Dangerous an oil tank near the house.

    Greeting from Patricia.

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  3. With the environment crisis coming I don't know if I still would choose oil.

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  4. Oil we don't see much here, we use gas.

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  5. Pretty old technology - and polluting too.

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  6. ...quite different than here!

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  7. Hello,

    We actually have an old oil tank in our basement. I wish we had gas! Enjoy your day, wishing you a great new week ahead.

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  8. No natural gas available for home heating? That's a very large oil tank. I wonder how often it has to be filled.

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  9. Interesting. I didn't know that was done. The pipe isn't being buried very deep is it?

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  10. Well Now Theres Something You Don't See Every Day

    Cheers

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  11. I’ve never seen a tank like that one.

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  12. That's interesting. I have never seen that here.

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  13. Well that's a gracefully shaped trench.

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  14. Now that is something we don't see here at all!

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  15. It is nice to stay warm or cook---hook 'em up
    MB

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  16. De nieuwe olietank zou nodig zijn geweest, maar de leiding zou ik toch onder de tegels hebben gelegd, zonde van het mooie gazon toch.
    Groet kees.

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  17. Everything in my apartment is electric. Electric stove, AC, Heating, ect. I've never seen this before.

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  18. You still see the odd home here heated by oil but the tanks are in the basement.

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  19. Over the years I've had all sorts of ways to warm the houses I've lived in. I remember having a huge gas tank at one house.

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  20. No matter how we heat our homes...it takes some form of energy 🌞

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  21. An important connection it is (or will be when the weather turns).... nobody out there on that swing set?

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  22. That's different. We have propane tanks around here but the tanks are close to the house and lines are usually short.

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  23. Very interesting to see. We recently had our gas line removed and went total electric.

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  24. This very different with oil tanks! I think gas and electric are best.

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  25. Interesting to see, thanks Bill.

    All the best Jan

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  26. One hopes the soil is replaced by the installer.

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