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Long Island Air Conditioning and Heating Company
Tragar Home Services, is an established family HVAC and Home Services business on Long Island provides superior products and services to meet all of your cooling, heating & plumbing needs. For over 60 years, we’ve served the needs of our Long Island community. Why choose Tragar?
Our 5-Star service begins by ensuring every call is answered by a member of our friendly staff as quickly as possible. Our customers rave about our rapid response times. We promise your calls will be answered. Our dedicated professional team will respond to your emergency within two hours, meet your scheduled appointment on-time, and strive to provide exceptional customer service. In fact, we’re not the type of cooling and heating company to leave you waiting on hold like some other companies. To back up our claim, we’re currently averaging a 47 second phone response time, if not faster!
Now that Spring has arrived, our expert services and installations have changed gears towards mainly cooling services installations of our central air conditioning units, ductless air conditioning, water purification, and the best of the best, hospital-grade Lennox® air purification systems to keep your home and family safe from potentially harmful contaminants.
For our Long Island heating oil clients, we deliver ultra-low sulfur Bioheat® fuel oil, the cleanest heating oil available. Our expert services and installations include ductless/mini-split heating systems and the whisper quiet energy-efficient Energy Kinetics System 2000, as well as radiant heat, heated driveways, and more! Installing radiant heat in your home allows for warmth to be evenly distributed without any cold spots making your home heating system more energy efficient. Additionally, we’ve been supplying heating oil deliveries to Long Island homeowners for over 60 years. Along with oil delivery, we provide gas heat services, and service contracts throughout most of Long Island.
Because Tragar is a full home services company, we can handle your plumbing needs too. Whether it’s installing new plumbing equipment, repairing current equipment, or providing your family with a whole house water filtration system, or sewer and drain services, our work is backed by our own master plumbers. Tragar believes a healthy home is as important as a comfortable home, and we specialize in indoor air quality products and complete home water filtration systems that provide pure, healthy water for your family.
Operation Team Tragar!Team Tragar, as we race to help The Leukemia and Lymphoma Society (LLS) find a cure for blood-related cancers.
Team Tragar is inviting our loyal customers to join us at this year’s Long Island Festival of Races through Team In Training and support LLS. Everyone wins when cancer loses!
I wish I could post more than 5 stars! The BEST oil company I have ever had the pleasure of using!!! Tom C. the technician that came to our house in the pouring rain was like our guardian angel. He was AMAZING. The best decision we have ever made as home owners was leaving our old oil company (General Utilities) and finding Tragar. They are an honest, great company. The people that work for them are honestly awesome, amazing considerate, hardworking people who have heart and consideration.- Carolina W. - November 2017 via Google Reviews
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