Full-Service Oil Delivery on Long Island
Tragar Home Services provides Long Island oil delivery to those located in both Nassau County and Suffolk County. There is a common misconception that all oil delivery companies are on a level playing ground in the industry. Not only do we offer Bioheat, a cleaner oil with two additives to prevent service calls, but our quality service and expansive track record also speak for themselves.
Tragar has been keeping Long Island families warm for over 60 years!
Heating Oil Deliveries Both Automatic & C.O.D.
For over 60 years, Tragar Home Services has been delivering oil to Long Island families and businesses and now we want to show you what this exceptional service looks like. We are also here should you need an emergency oil delivery to keep your family warm, in the event that you unexpectedly run out of oil. At Tragar, we know what it means to care for our customers and it’s what has kept us at the forefront of the heating oil industry for six decades.
Oil Delivery on Long Island with All the Perks: The Tragar Difference
With Tragar Home Services, you receive a score of different services which are often “extra premium” features of our competitors.
- We provide oil deliveries when you need them using our intuitive monitoring system to schedule automatic oil deliveries.
- We respect your time and don’t make you wait all day. In the event of an emergency, *on average we arrive within a 2-hour response time but often arrive at your home or business even sooner than that.
- When you schedule an appointment for oil delivery, we will also be sure to arrive within a 2-hour window so you can get on with your life and not have to wait around.
- You will pay a reasonable flat rate that will be told to you before we arrive.
- We don’t just want you as a customer, we want you to be part of the Tragar family, and as such, you’ll always be provided with our incredible customer service.
Also, when you call Tragar for your Long Island oil delivery, you’ll always be met with a friendly representative. Our experts are ready to take your questions and help you in any way they can. This is available 24/7 so you are never met with an additional headache and strife of an automated telephone system.
What Areas & Towns Can Get Oil Delivery From Tragar?
How Can I Get an Oil Delivery?
Clients can request an oil delivery in two ways:
- Automatic Oil Delivery:
With automatic heating oil, you will get a delivery from Tragar when our system calculates that approximately 150 gallons have been used, in the winter that is every 3-4 weeks.
- Call In Oil Delivery:
These clients do not have a delivery agreement and are not extended credit. They will pay cash or credit at the time of the delivery. Same day delivery with Tragar Express is often possible if placed before 11 am or next day is available on most occasions.
What Days of The Week Can Someone Get Oil Delivered?
During Winter: Heating oil deliveries are available 7 days a week.
During Spring, Summer & Fall: Heating oil deliveries are available Monday – Friday.
How to Prepare For an Long Island Oil Delivery
Our oil drivers appreciate when our clients shovel a path to their oil fill after a snowstorm. This helps the driver find a buried fill and quickens the length of time it takes for the driver to make the delivery. After a snowstorm, snow-covered roads slow the delivery drivers down and each path helps our drivers get to more clients in cold weather.
What’s the Easiest Way to Get a Home Oil Delivery?
The most convenient way to receive your heating oil needs is to engage in an oil delivery agreement. In cold weather, the level of oil in your tank can take you by surprise. Our automatic delivery agreements do not cost more to have, provide a sense of security and also provide additional price and service plan discounts. Learn more about the advantages of our heating oil automatic delivery service.
How do I Know if my Heating System is Working?
Your heating system is working when it operates and provides either heat or hot water.
This can be tested by making sure the boiler switch is turned on. The circuit breaker is switched on and the thermostat has been turned up above the current temperature and tells the boiler to come on for heat.
When is it Cheapest to Get Heating Oil?
Oil prices are in constant fluctuation. There is no time when oil prices are consistently more affordable than another time. Our sales department will, however, provide an interested client with current market conditions and can provide information that can help a client decide if the time is right to make a purchase.
How Much Does an Oil Delivery Cost on Long Island?
While there are many factors that go into the cost, for example, the amount of oil delivered, a typical delivery is 150 gallons and at the 5-year average price of $3.00 per gallon, a delivery can cost approximately $450.00.
Do I Need to be Home to Receive an Oil Delivery?
Unless prior arrangements have been made for a client to pay for the delivery at the time of the delivery, a client does not need to be home. Our drivers leave a digital delivery ticket that records the time, date, number of gallons, and total amount due at the client’s home.
How Far Ahead Do I Need to Call For an Oil Delivery?
Allowing as much notice as possible for a delivery request is appreciated, however, we often accommodate next day deliveries.
Do I Need to be a Tragar Customer to Receive an Oil Delivery?
No, clients do not need to be a Tragar client to receive an oil delivery.
When Can I Call For an Oil Delivery?
Tragar has live operators to receive your delivery requests 24 hours per day, 7 days a week. Our delivery department will respond to your delivery requests Monday-Saturday 7 am – 5 pm.
Ready to Receive Your Long Island Oil Delivery From Tragar?
Want to experience the difference of Tragar’s exceptional customer service with your oil deliveries? We invite you to call us at (516) 221-2559 or fill out our contact form to schedule your delivery or set up automatic oil deliveries. We look forward to your call and providing peerless service for all your heating needs.