Oil Furnace Services in Maryland, Delaware & Pennsylvania
If you are having problems with your oil furnace in Maryland, Delaware, or Pennsylvania, call our team at Service Today. We serve 12 counties across three states and are available 24/7 for emergency furnace repairs anywhere in our service area.
Our experienced, factory-trained technicians can help with all your oil furnace needs, from repairs and maintenance to installation and replacement. Our company offers unmatched customer service, unparalleled honesty and integrity, and a 100% satisfaction guarantee on all our services. Trust our team at Service Today when you need expert service for your oil furnace.
24/7 Oil Furnace Repair for MD, DE & PA Homes
At Service Today, we’re never closed, so when your oil furnace starts giving you trouble, we can respond quickly with high-quality, professional oil furnace repairs 24 hours a day.
Call our experts as soon as you notice any signs that your oil furnace needs repairs, such as:
- Your furnace won’t turn on.
- Your furnace turns off before meeting the thermostat setting.
- Your furnace cycles on and off too frequently.
- You can smell fuel odors or see soot.
- You hear strange noises like thumping, banging, clicking, or squealing.
- There are fuel leaks, or the fuel seems to have run out too quickly.
Schedule emergency service today by calling 844-844-0314!
Furnace Installation & Replacement in MD, DE & PA
Most oil furnaces will last about 15 to 20 years before a replacement is necessary, and when it is time for a new furnace, it’s important to choose a professional installation.
Oil furnaces must be sized and installed properly to keep your home comfortable without wasting heating costs, and because they require on-site fuel storage, the connections must be secured and leak-free.
At Service Today, our experts can provide high-quality oil furnace installations and replacements that include:
- Removing your old oil furnace
- Calculating your heating requirements
- Choosing the best furnace for your needs
- Installing the furnace, thermostat, and any accessories
- Testing your furnace and explaining its operation
As Trane Comfort Specialists and one of the largest Trane dealers on the East Coast, we can provide efficient, high-performance oil furnaces with impressive warranties and great financing options for qualified customers.
Furnace Maintenance Across MD, DE & PA
Frequent maintenance is the key to making your oil furnace last as long as possible. At Service Today, we offer complete maintenance services for your oil furnace, and by scheduling maintenance once a year, you can enjoy the following benefits:
- Cleaner, more efficient operation
- Lower fuel consumption
- Fewer breakdowns and malfunctions
- Longer service life
- Better comfort and air quality
To ensure you stay up to date with your furnace maintenance, consider signing up for our Service Plan. Benefits include annual precision tune-ups for your heating and cooling systems, priority service, and a 15% discount on parts and labor.
Choose Service Today for Oil Furnace Service & Repairs in MD, DE & PA
Count on our team at Service Today whenever you need oil furnace service. We deliver peace of mind thanks to:
- Our experienced, background-checked technicians
- Top-quality service and workmanship
- Unparalleled honesty and integrity
- Upfront pricing with no surprises
- A 100% satisfaction guarantee
Frequently Asked Questions
How does an oil furnace work?
Oil furnaces burn home heating oil to heat air through a heat exchanger. This air is then distributed through your home via air ducts.
The oil is stored on-site in a tank, typically in the basement, belowground, or just outside the home, and fuel is delivered as needed by truck.
How do I check the fuel volume left in my heating oil tank?
Aboveground tanks will typically have a fuel gauge to indicate fuel levels, while belowground tanks can be measured by inserting a stick or tape measure and converting the inches to gallons.
It’s best to avoid completely running out of fuel, so check your fuel levels at least a few times a month during the heating season.
What happens when an oil furnace runs out of oil?
You won’t damage your oil furnace if you run out of fuel, but it can make restarting the furnace more difficult. Running a tank dry can allow dirt and contaminants inside the tank to clog the fuel filter while also letting air into the fuel lines.
Often, the fuel filter will need to be replaced, and the fuel lines will need to be bled before the furnace will start back up. An HVAC professional can help restart your oil furnace again after you’ve run out of oil.
We are available 24/7 for emergency service.
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