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Oil Fired Water Heater Replacement Quotes, CT

Residential oil-fired water heaters are our specialty.  We have installed hundreds of oil fired water heaters over the past few years and have satisfied homeowners throughout New Haven, Fairfield and Hartford Counties.  For a quote on an oil fired water heater, give us a call.  We offer next day service, accept all forms of payments, licensed and carry a 3 million dollar multi policy claim.   Truthfully, oil fired water heaters are pretty expensive but you need to replace it when it starts leaking.   When an old oil fired water heaters lets go it can destroy the basement of a home like no other water heater.  Upgrading an old oil fired water heater will help improve safety, fuel consumption, air quality and overall safety for your family or tenants.  If you are in Connecticut give us a call for a free quote today.

800.524.4280
203.376.5208

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Below- The top articles about oil fired water heaters.
1) A Guide to Owning and Replacing an Oil Fired Water Heater. Oil fired water heaters are the largest, most expensive types of conventional water heaters on the market. In order to understand the installation process, see what goes into the quote and why you should protect your investment; read this article. Oil fired water heaters aren’t cheap, but we do offer many different discounts for the areas we serve CT, NYC.  Learn More

2) Alternatives to oil fired water heaters.  Oil fired water heaters are pretty expensive (generally in the $2,000-$3,000 range) and some uninformed people think it’s a good idea to install an electric water heater instead of the oil fired to save money.   An electric water heater replacement can be from ($800-$1,000) but since you don’t have one there now you’ll need to spend a ($200-$300) more to get the proper electrical line in place going from the service panel to the water heater.  You also will need space for a double pull breaker in the panel and enough power to the house (which you might not have).   Learn More