Our protection plans can help you protect the investment in your home and property, in the event of an oil release or oil tank failure.
Fortunately, oil releases don't happen too often. But when they do, they can damage the environment and cost thousands of dollars to clean up. And worse, most homeowners insurance doesn't cover oil leaks. The CARE® program protects your investment in your home by providing clean-up coverage in case your tank, connected piping or oil lines leak. The CARE® program is available for above ground fuel tanks* and provides:
Signing up for this program is simple. For a few dollars a month we'll provide up to $100,000 in tank coverage (certain restrictions apply).
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*A separate program is available for underground fuel storage tanks. Underground fuel oil tanks require a one-time testing fee in addition to the cost of the program. **Does not include tank replacement.
Oil releases are rare, but they do occur. That's why we have chosen ProGuard™ to meet the needs of its customers with underground tanks.
ProGuard is protection for underground (buried) oil storage tanks that guards against the problems associated with a release, should it ever occur. It affordably provides the peace of mind you deserve. Additionally, it ensures that any problems will be handled in a way that protects the environment.
In the event of an oil tank failure, this agreement gives you an allowance of $750 toward a replacement tank or tank repair. Your allowance is payable as a reduction to our normal retail price for the model specified. Replacement or repair must be done by us. Additionally, this coverage includes:
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