One problem I don't have to worry about; my heating is all electric.
Hi Bill.Dangerous an oil tank near the house.Greeting from Patricia.
That'll keep you warm.God bless.
With the environment crisis coming I don't know if I still would choose oil.
Oil we don't see much here, we use gas.
Pretty old technology - and polluting too.
...quite different than here!
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.
No natural gas available for home heating? That's a very large oil tank. I wonder how often it has to be filled.
A bit different.
Interesting. I didn't know that was done. The pipe isn't being buried very deep is it?
Well Now Theres Something You Don't See Every Day Cheers
I’ve never seen a tank like that one.
That's interesting. I have never seen that here.
Well that's a gracefully shaped trench.
Now that is something we don't see here at all!
It is nice to stay warm or cook---hook 'em upMB
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.
Everything in my apartment is electric. Electric stove, AC, Heating, ect. I've never seen this before.
You still see the odd home here heated by oil but the tanks are in the basement.
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.
No matter how we heat our homes...it takes some form of energy 🌞
An important connection it is (or will be when the weather turns).... nobody out there on that swing set?
That's different. We have propane tanks around here but the tanks are close to the house and lines are usually short.
Very interesting to see. We recently had our gas line removed and went total electric.
This very different with oil tanks! I think gas and electric are best.
Interesting to see, thanks Bill.All the best Jan
One hopes the soil is replaced by the installer.