When it comes to Total Home Comfort, Wilcox Energy has you covered!
Trust us for:
- Bioheat Heating Oil Delivery
- Propane Delivery
- Heating System Service & Installation
- Air Conditioning Service & Installation
Small Enough to Care. Big Enough to Deliver. Call us 860-399-6218
Wilcox Energy is a privately owned, local Westbrook, CT company since 1955.
We live here, raise our kids here and we’re proud to give back to our community in many ways.
Wilcox Energy has been delivering home heating oil in CT since 1955. We deliver a custom blend of Ultra Low Sulfur Heating Oil & BioHeat, giving you the cleanest fuel source available on the market today! Rely on our friendly drivers to deliver your oil when it counts, on time, every time!
We take pride in providing reliable, safe, dependable local propane deliveries to our customers. Switching to Wilcox Energy is EASY! We make it easy to do business with us. Call today for a free estimate and see how simple it is to switch to Wilcox Energy for all of your propane needs.
We repair, service, and install heating systems for your home or business. We work with gas, oil, propane and electric furnaces, boilers, heat pumps and ductless systems. Trust us to keep you warm and safe 24 hours a day. We will answer your call day and night. Professional Installation Service.
We service and install all types of central air conditioning systems in your home or business. We also install, service and repair mini-split ductless cooling systems. We work on all major makes and models. Whatever it takes to keep you cool, we are your local HVAC company.
Sometimes seeing an actual project is the best way to gauge how effective a contractor can be for your particular needs and situation. That is why we compiled a series of case studies for you to view.
Propane Tank Installation
Our clients had a whole house generator installed in their home. With the new generator, they required a larger propane tank than the one that they had initially.
The Lyme Firehouse felt uncomfortable due to the poor performance of their window air conditioning units. Also, they wanted to reduce the high energy costs that come with these types of cooling systems.
After many years of use, our clients decided that window air conditioning units were noisy, expensive to use, and their house still felt hot and sticky. Our homeowners wanted a better solution to combat the heat.
Comfort Begins With Change
Make the switch today and see why Wilcox Energy is right for you.
Helping you take care of your home and family.
Everything you could need to stay on top of what matters most to you.
Our service area includes these towns in Connecticut: Westbrook, Clinton, Madison, Guilford, Killingworth, Chester, Deep River, Essex, Old Saybrook, Old Lyme, Lyme, Niantic, East Lyme, and East Haddam. Please note that in Guilford and East Haddam, we serve only homes located within a 25-mile radius of our office.
From our Blog...
It is a good idea to check your heating system before winter arrives. It may have an issue that needs to be corrected by a professional HVAC technician. One common problem is furnace short cycling. This article discusses how to determine if your furnace is short cycling and steps to take to correct it.Read More
Daily activities such as driving, heating, and more produce carbon emissions. However, as much as we may need to perform these activities, the gases that are released from these activities trap heat inside of the atmosphere. It leads to global warming and climate change. This article shares various approaches to reduce your carbon footprint.Read More
Man-made climate change has become widely accepted as a reality. Consumers and policymakers are demanding lower-carbon heating alternatives. In response, the oil heating industry has created a path to net-zero carbon emissions. The solution is here; right here, right now, and heating oil consumers don’t need to do anything to make a difference.Read More
Furnaces need maintenance like all other mechanical devices. However, they tend to malfunction even with regular maintenance. The key is to read the signs of a malfunction. Typically, when your furnace has issues, it will emit an unusual odor or noise. This article discusses some common furnace odors that you should be aware of.Read More