AG Home Oil & Hot Water Tank Installation values its neighbors and customers and with our team of skilled technicians and extensive fleet of vehicles crisscrossing Connecticut we've got you covered 24/7, every day of the year. Because if your furnace won't fire up, or your hot water isn't hot it's more than an inconvenience – it's an emergency. Whether we are talking about the HVAC systems for your household or your commercial property we need to get heat back on in a hurry in the New England winter, and cool air back in your faces in that hot sticky summer. We understand that you need it now and that's why we are ready for your call absolutely any time of day or night. AG Home Oil & Hot Water Tank Installation does so much more than deliver oil.
Your Safety, Our Concern
We understand that your first concern is safety especially that of your family or employees so the first step in our emergency services is the fact that you have a knowledgeable and helpful AG Home Oil & Hot Water Tank Installation operator on the other end of the line. They can quickly run you through the key questions about what has gone wrong and reassure you that there are no safety issues (fire or gas) involved. They will also see if they can help with some basic remote troubleshooting and if that doesn't work then they will have a technician on the way to you before you've even put the phone down.
Although heating oil is a very safe fuel and won't burn unless mixed with air as a spray and ignited there are still a host of electrical systems mostly aimed at keeping you safe. That means fuses, breakers as well as the ignition system. Our technicians are skilled electricians as well as heating engineers and will quickly track down and fix any faults. We carry a full range of the replacement parts typically needed and aim to have your heating or cooling working there and then if possible.
Modern heating and cooling systems feature a range of sensors to shut down the system in the case of a malfunction. These include the thermostat of course but also a flame sensor and a pressure sensor that checks for correct ventilation. If these sensors don't like what they find then the system shuts off. The only catch is that if the sensor is the thing that's malfunctioning they still shut off even though nothing is wrong. At AG Home Oil & Hot Water Tank Installation , a technician will quickly and efficiently identify the fault and decide whether it is the sensor, or what it is monitoring that needs attention.
Mechanical issues such as cracked heat exchangers or frayed blower belts do eventually occur but the majority of mechanical problems can be anticipated and avoided by a regular maintenance schedule that checks for wear and tear. So while we are there for you day and night we strongly recommend a service plan as the best way to deal with break downs.