Orange Fuel Tank Removal

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Business Description: We are a family-owned and operated company with over 20 years of experience handling landscaping materials and oil tank removals and replacement. R&R specializes in underground oil tank removal across all of Central Connecticut and provides materials in many local towns. Delivery of topsoil, mulch, sand and gravel also available.
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Recent Review: Very good quality installation of new oil tank from beginning to end. Job was reviewed on-site by C2G's Estimator, Paul who was very knowledgeable and answered all questions. The proposed contract that followed was detailed and included pricing for any options that I may want to add. The job was timely scheduled shortly after the contract signing. Installers Dominic and Jose arrived on-time as scheduled, were professional and did a quality install of the new 275 gallon oil tank, piping, and new line feed to my oil burner. The old tank was also neatly removed.
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Business Description: INSTALLATION AND SERVICE OF ALL TYPES OF OIL FIRED AND NATURAL GAS BOILERS, FURNACES, WATER HEATERS, OIL TANKS, & AIR CONDITIONING SYSTEMS.
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Business Description: Tank Exchange Program MTR offers an in-basement oil tank exchange program for older, leaking, or sludge-plugged in-basement, in-garage, or inground tanks. This includes the removal and installation of any of the 26 AST tank configuration packages saving you hundreds of dollars! We accept VISA, MasterCard and Discover.
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Recent Review: Timely, good communication, did a quality job, no spills, good price.
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Recent Review: As noted above, I’ve been a satisfied customer of Krall Heating and Cooling for 20 years. Their maintenance workers have been exceptional, without exception. They have been on call for me and my tenants 24/7 and have never failed to perform in a timely effective way. Their equipment is state-of-the-art and, more importantly, their service personnel are highly qualified. I would also describe them as terrific craftsmen, even when it comes to cleaning up after finishing a project.
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Recent Review: Standard oil outsourced the work Their contractors were professional, skilled, efficient, neat and quick job cost same as quote and was done in a day and a half
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Business Description: Welcome to Amodio and Sons Fuel Oil, your #1 source for heating oil and air conditioning in Southern Connecticut. Since 1964, we have been known as a reliable full service oil company with competitive prices. Our dedication to our customers and keeping up with the latest home heating technology means that we're here for you 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. We provide innovative solutions to your comfort problems with the care and concern you and your family deserve. If you are looking for a professional, reliable and experienced heating contractor or heating oil supplier to keep your home or business comfortable, contact us.
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Recent Review: This was my first time using Dave's company, and everything went well.  Dave was very professional, his prices were reasonable, and they cleaned up well after the installation.  Dave made a follow-up visit to make sure that everything was going well with the new furnace.  I would recommend Home Heating and Air Conditioning, LLC for anyone in their CT service area.
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Recent Review: The service went very well. The gauge had not been working ever since we bought the house, but we had only had two overfills in an eight year period, but it seemed like time to fix it. During the furnace cleaning they gave me an approximate timeframe to call them back to ensure the oil level in the tank was low enough to allow them to perform the service. Scheduled with their office as directed and they were here promptly in the morning (albeit during a warm spell, so they may not have been as busy as usual). The technician removed the gauge, replaced it with a working one and cleaned up the mess. Very courteous and professional.

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AWyman Energy Services Inc
We have been with Wyman's for as long as we've lived in this house, which has been 51 years. In all that time, they have delivered our oil automatically, we have never gone without or been in danger of running out of oil. They are prompt with our furnace cleanings and keep detailed records. They keep track of when our furnace's next maintenance is required, so we don't have to. The best of the best in servicing homes with oil! I'm certain they are just as diligent in all their other services, as well, as they serve thousands in our communities.
- Nancy M....
AWyman Energy Services Inc
The young man who came was thorough and didn't rush. He worked **** ** the vent pipe until he and I both heard that wonderful strong whistle sound.
- Diane P....
CMULL BROTHERS INC
Tom Mull talked to me on the phone and told me there was a 60% chance that he could fix it cheap. Then Mr. Mull came out and looked at it in person and told me that there was a cheap fix, and that there was a 50% chance that this would fix the problem for a while, so I told him to go ahead. Unfortunately, when his service tech came out to look at the oil tank, he told me there was a 0% chance that he could fix it cheap and that I needed a new oil tank. I did wind up getting a new oil tank, but not from Mull Brothers.
- Paul M....
ATank Tech
This was one superb job. The first step was the installation of the new oil tanks. A neat professional well planned job. The second step was the removal of the residual oil from the old tank and pumping it into the new tanks. The third step was the exact location of the underground tank. Wallingford does not preserve house plans for more than 2-3 years. This underground tank dated from 1973. Contractor made all the necessary contacts: town fire marshal, 'before you dig', pumper truck to remove the washings from the old tank. Old tank was uncovered, washed out and the washings pumped into the tanker for disposal. The old tank ws then removed under the eye of a representative of the Wallingford Fire Departemnt. Great care was taken to minimize damage to the grass around the excavation. A sample of earth was taken from beneath where the tank had been. This sample will be analyzed for oil residue. The hole was filled with clean fill, the area leveled and top soil spread over the area, whech was then re-seeded. We wre totally satisfied with all aspects of this job. (You need a new catagory: "Oil tank removal and replacement" or something similar)
- Sean O....
AMULL BROTHERS INC
Very well and they left me with 250 gallons of oil and would not accept any money attime of service.
- Jason M....
AQuinoco Inc
Oil delivery and communication have been very good, however, I had an oil fill pipe moved from one corner of the house 2ft over to the other corner of the house, and the service cost me $850..TOOK ABOUT one hour and 15 minutes to complete it. Otherwise, they have been flexible and professional.
- Matthew B....
ATracey Energy Services LLC
Excellent! My oil tank was replaced quickly and the Service Techs did a wonderful job. They were courteous and professional. I would definitely hire Tracey Energy again.
- Cindy S....
BGALASKI MECHANICAL
Work was done efficiently in one session, but it took several phone calls and many days before he came out.
- Arvind G....
DAutomatic TLC Energy
We have had TLC as our fuel oil service provider since moving into our house in 2008. We went with them only because the former resident used them and I thought it was easier to keep them as our service provider. We signed up for their gold plan to make sure we get regular maintenance and emergency service when needed- any repairs covered under contract. The amount for this service call, $285, was the amount on the bill I signed but didn't have to pay a thing because we pay for the 'gold plan'. The reason we called TLC this time was only because our oil tank fuel gauge was sitting dead on empty, it had been there for the last couple of days. I asked the wife to call them to tell them we need oil. According to my wife, the receptionist was a bit 'snotty' asking if and quot;are we really on empty?and quot; telling us they would be delivering oil tomorrow. Since I spend a good deal of time in the basement, I hear the furnace come on and off all the time. I noticed it hadn't come on for awhile making me believe it may have run out of fuel. We called again requesting them to bring oil now, this was about 9:00 pm. In the mean time the furnace did fire again but the call was already in. The technician showed up around 10 pm. The first thing he did was take the fuel gauge off so he could look into the tank to see how much fuel was remaining, when he did, he chuckled. He then handed me the flashlight to see for myself, I looked in, the tank was very nearly bone dry! He said it wouldn't have lasted the night, to me it looked like it literally wouldn't last another hour! The $285 bill..... All that was on the bill was and quot;ADD FUELand quot;, and only 10 gallons at that and quot;to get us through the nightand quot; as the tech put it. While with him, I remembered to mentioned how I've started noticing how the furnace sometimes acted different shutting off, like it was missing or 'hiccuping' once in awhile, he said it was probably because the filter needed changing. With that, he changed it, however this task wasn't documented on the bill, had it been, it may have pushed it up over the $300 mark..... He even remarked how bad the filter looked showing it to me (as he was rinsing it with some of the precious fuel oil he just put in the tank, using the feed line at the furnace to do it), it looked like a black grease ball. Now, I thought our 'gold plan' included yearly tune-ups which cover the basics like changing filters. I know the service provider at our former residence, Wilson Oil, was punctual performing this preventative maintenance task, they would call us each season to set up an appointment. To my knowledge, TLC never has done this with us, let us know we were due for a seasonal tune-up. I really don't remember the last time we had a tune-up by TLC, I vaguely remember them changing the filter once. We have had to have TLC come out on a few emergency calls in the past 5 years, replacing parts here and there, maybe they combined and considered some of those calls as 'tune-ups' then. If so, we were never made aware of it. For TLC's response, I give them a and quot;Band quot;, only because I feel they could make it here sooner (compared to the service and response time we got from Wilson Oil at our former residence) but at least they have shown up every time we needed them to. As for the technician's professionalism I give them all an and quot;Aand quot;, but give TLC an and quot;Fand quot; because of the unfriendliness from the receptionists my wife has had to endure and also because of their irregular deliveries and billing. My wife said the after-hours receptionists are much friendlier. Another sore spot issue is, we signed up for 'budget billing' so that we can have an idea of what to expect to pay each month, however near the end of this year, my wife just found out an 'adjustment' has caused an increase close to double of what we normally pay, almost $1000! To add insult to injury she was informed there is a hold on our account until this is paid and it isn't even due yet! First of all, we don't believe we owe that much, we plan on doing a self audit of this past year and confront them with our documented findings. We have never missed or been late with a payment. We always paid in full, well within their specified time so that we receive their and quot;discountand quot; for doing so. What's worse is how many times we have had to call TLC, nearly a half dozen times through the past 5 years, simply because our fuel gauge was so low we would start worrying that we were going to run out. This sometimes happened in the middle of a snowy winter and low temps for days. If it is possible for a company to be passive-aggressive, TLC sure is. This last incident is the stick that broke the camel's back. We have been nothing but loyal paying customers for 5 years! Sometimes they brought oil when we we were barely at a half tank and didn't need it, nor expecting a bill for such at that time, other times we all but had to beg for a delivery. I have to wonder if we didn't call when were they going to show up? Bottom line is they have not been regular with anything except causing us grief worrying if we are going to run out of oil at a crucial time. Enough is enough! I am feeling like an idiot for putting up with their ineptness for as long as we have. The technicians are good- knowledgeable and friendly people but TLC's pricing seems whacked. $285 for an emergency call for 10 gallons of fuel oil (and filter change), oil they should have delivered on a regular schedule a week or two ago? The technicians are the only bright spot at TLC. Because of this last experience, is the reason I joined Angie's List, to find a better HVAC service provider. Not surprisingly, when I looked up TLC, they are one of the worst ones in our area. We are soon to be former customers that can vouch for that. Not sure why Wilson Oil isn't listed here though. We don't plan on going with them, we liked a lot of things Wilson Oil did for us but had a couple of minor issues with things we didn't care for. One thing is for certain- WE ARE DONE WITH TLC.
- Scott I....
CSanta Fuel Inc
they installed an oil tank in the basement. Its a large iron tank that goes in ones basement and it holds a significant amount of heating oil which is used in the furnace of a hot water heater. The price was average I can't remember what they charged for it. It's the kind of thing where installing the actual equipment that was necessary to make the furnace work properly, they did that well. There's a place for a filler pipe that has to go through a concrete basement wall and they did a very poor job of patching that up after they installed the pipe. In order to make this tank go in the basement, it had to clear 3 door ways and they did a rather poor job of putting things back together again after they had completed the job so I wasn't very pleased with that. things like not putting in all the screws and hinges for doors and there were some other things that were incorrect. Seems to me they had to make some concrete to patch a hole in the cinderblock wall and they basically dumped the extra concrete excess in a flower bed outside thinking no one would see it with it being the winter time. So i wasn't very please with that stuff. I told the company about it of course so I actually had them come back to correct their situation. i was pleased with their cleanup process after they finishes the job they did. Would not use again to install an oil tank.
- Paul T....