Daniels Energy: Reliable Heating Oil and Propane Delivery In East Hartford CT
Daniels Energy is a family business whose aim is to provide the best home comfort services for you and your family. Our cherished customers rely on our dedicated teams of trained professionals for top quality heating oil and services. We are experts in heating oil and propane safety, providing heating oil and propane deliveries, all types of propane tank installations, plus heating oil and propane equipment maintenance and installs.
Daniels Energy is your leading, cost effective and reliable oil and propane delivery service in the East Hartford CT area.
Propane and heating oil are both clean-burning alternative fuels that are easily transported, making them ideal sources of heating and cooling fuel for homes and businesses in East Hartford CT. At Daniels Energy, we offer a comprehensive solution for your fuel needs, providing a reliable supply of propane and heating oil. Our customers can count on us to keep their propane tanks filled and their heating oil reserves stocked at all times. With our dependable delivery services, our customers have complete confidence knowing that they will never be without propane or heating oil.
We provide first choice, cost effective and reliable heating oil and propane delivery service in the East Hartford CT region.
Here's what you can count on:
Automatic Delivery Service in the East Hartford CT area.
You will never need to worry about running out of oil or propane again!
Daniels Convenient Payment Plans
We make it easier for you, we offer payment programs, including a monthly payment plan, autopay and price protection.
Reliable, 24/7 Customer Support
If you need emergency service, we're here 24/7 for our customers! When you call, there will always be a live person to answer.
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Whether you need a new heating system, maintenance or repairs, with Daniels Energy you can rest assured that our certified technicians have the best training and skills to work on any type of propane gas and heating oil equipment.
About East Hartford CT
East Hartford is a town in the Capitol Planning Region, Connecticut, United States. The population was 51,045 at the 2020 census. The town is located on the east bank of the Connecticut River, directly across from Hartford, Connecticut. It is home to aerospace manufacturer Pratt & Whitney. It is also home to Pratt & Whitney Stadium at Rentschler Field, a stadium used mainly for soccer and football with a capacity of 40,000 people.
When the Connecticut Valley became known to Europeans around 1631, it was inhabited by what were known as the River Tribes—a number of small clans of Native Americans living along the Great River and its tributaries. Of these tribes the Podunks occupied territory now lying in the towns of East Hartford and South Windsor, and numbered, by differing estimates, from sixty to two hundred bowmen. They were governed by two sachems, Waginacut and Arramamet, and were connected in some way with the Native Americans who lived across the Great River, in what is now Windsor. The region north of the Hockanum River was generally called Podunk; that south of the river, Hockanum; but these were no certain designations, and by some all the meadow along the Great River was called Hockanum.
In 1659, Thomas Burnham (1617–1688) purchased the tract of land now covered by the towns of South Windsor and East Hartford from Tantinomo, chief sachem of the Podunk Indians. Burnham lived on the land and later willed it to his nine children. The town of Hartford, founded in 1635, once included the land now occupied by the towns of East Hartford, Manchester, Bolton, Vernon, and West Hartford. During the Revolutionary War, French troops under Lieutenant General Comte de Rochambeau twice camped in town, before and after aiding General George Washington's forces in the 1781 defeat of the British during the Siege of Yorktown.
East Hartford was incorporated as a separate town in October 1783. Manchester (then known as Orford Parish, adopting the name of a prominent English factory city) separated from East Hartford in 1823.Beginning in the late nineteenth century, residents began to form tax districts for fire protection, street lighting, sanitation, and other public works improvements. The East Hartford Fire District was granted a charter by the General Assembly in 1889 and organized in June, 1891. The Meadow Fire District existed before the turn of the twentieth century. The Hockanum Sewer District and Hockanum Lighting District were formed in 1915 and 1916 respectively. The Silver Lane Fire and Lighting District was founded in 1925. On June 10, 1929, voters of the town approved a new charter. All of the old districts were abolished and a Town Council would govern the municipality.
Since first being settled, East Hartford's economy was primarily agricultural, with tobacco being the main crop. All that changed in 1929, when Frederick Rentschler, head of Pratt & Whitney, moved production from Hartford to a sprawling 1,100 acres (450 hectares) site in East Hartford. The grounds included a small airport called Rentschler Field that was in service from 1931 to 1999. It was originally used for test flights and maintenance operations, and later for corporate aviation. The 75-acre (30-hectare) site was decommissioned as an airport in the 1990s, and donated to the state of Connecticut by United Technologies in 1999, and a new Rentschler Field opened as a stadium with capacity of 40,000 people. Pursuant to a lease agreement with the State, UConn plays all its home football games at Rentschler Field.On July 16, 2015, it was announced that the stadium had been named Pratt & Whitney Stadium at Rentschler Field in a deal between Pratt & Whitney and UConn. The playing surface is still named Rentschler Field.