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24-Hour EMERGENCY Service
For a propane, heating oil or hot water emergency please call 203-762-7994 24-hours a day for assistance.
Propane – What to do if you smell propane
- Put out all smoking materials and other open flames.
- Do not operate lights, appliances, telephones, or cell phones.
- Get everyone out of the building or area where you suspect gas is leaking.
- Turn off the main gas supply valve on your propane tank, if it is safe to do so.
- Step away from the gas leak, call 203-762-7994
Before calling for no heat or no hot water emergency call, here are some easy steps to take:
- Power – do you have power to the system – make sure the electrical breaker in on
- Make sure thermostats are in heat mode and turned to temperature
- Oil Gauge – located on the top of the tank – make sure you have oil in the tank
- Emergency switch – usually located at the top of the basement stairs or outside the utility/mechanical room or near the unit – make sure this is in the on position
- Reset – if the unit is off, locate the RED RESET button located on or near the bottom unit and push it ONCE – holding it for 5 seconds then release and the unit should start automatically
- If it does not START up and stay on please call Servco Oil at 203-762-7994
- An after-hours call is considered an emergency only if it cannot be postponed until normal business hours without causing a safety or property damaging situation.
- All labor charges for covered parts are included for system repairs during normal business hours and 24-hour service emergencies
Before calling for no air conditioning emergency call, here are some easy steps to take:
- No air conditioning is NOT considered an emergency and we provide service for air conditioning during normal business hours.
- Make sure your thermostats are in cool mode and set below room temperature.
- Check for any signs of ice on the outside unit. If there is ice, the outside unit should be turned off and the ice needs to melt before a service technician can be sent to the home.
- Make sure all furnace and air handler switches are on as well as all circuit breakers.