Heating Oil Tanks

Explore our range of heating oil tanks to keep your house warm and give you the perfect hot shower. Shop our bunded or single skin options and find the perfect shape or size for you. Not sure which one is right for you? We can help you choose, just get in touch.

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When choosing your heating oil tank, you will need to consider the location, placement, and security considerations. We stock a range of bunded and single skin heating oil tanks in a range of sizes, so you can find the ideal one for your needs. Not sure which heating oil tank is right for? Our friendly customer support team can help you to choose the ideal heating oil tank for your property.

What are the main types of heating oil tanks?

There are four main types of heating oil tanks. Single skin, double skin, bunded and underground tanks. These all refer to the level of protection tanks have against leaks.

A single skin tank offers just one layer of protection against leaks, and this will typically need to be installed in a secondary containment system. A bunded heating oil tank is one of the most protective tanks available. It features a tank within a tank design, offering additional protection from leaks. We stock single skin and bunded heating oil tanks in a range of shapes and capacities.

How big should my heating oil tank be?

The most common size for a residential property is at least 500 litres per bedroom in the property. So, for a four bedroom home, you would want to choose a 2000 litre heating oil tank. There are benefits to choosing a larger tank, including being able to schedule fewer deliveries. Smaller tanks are perfect for smaller properties and those with less space available for the tank.