Danson Heights Mechanical offers guaranteed solutions to all of your plumbing, heating, air conditioning, and other mechanical repair and installation needs. Our employees have the pride of a true craftsman and the knowledge of a great technician. Whether AC repair for your summer cottage or a new heat plant for your building complex, we have the expertise to keep your systems “Go.”

We offer financing and we accept most major credit cards. We’re happy to give you a Free Estimate and plenty of guidance on new installations before work begins.

For service work, our Flat Rate Pricing means you’ll never have to guess what you’re going to pay for a repair.

We are licensed, bonded, and fully insured and our employees undergo mandatory background checks and drug tests for your safety and comfort.

Call 888-211-0222 or fill out the form on the right to schedule your appointment today and let Danson Heights Mechanical give you the one-of-a-kind service you deserve.

Joe D’Albora

Joe D’Albora grew up in the plumbing field. Joe’s father, Bartholomew D’Albora, Jr., started D’Albora Plumbing & Heating in 1959. (Before that he worked for his uncle servicing oil burners in Brooklyn) Joe also trained for years at Gosline Plumbing & Heating under Al Gosline, a close family friend and “Uncle Al.” With the most respectful use of the term, Joe would describe his mentors as “Old School.” The very old school of true craftsmen that harkens back to the Old World.

Levitansky residence, Huntington Bay, NY
SlantFin CHS 300 Boilers

Although Joe has been instilled with the knowledge of three generations of “old-school” plumbers, his training and that of the rest of Danson Heights Mechanical is cutting edge. Employees continually receive training in the latest plumbing, heating, and cooling technology to increase proficiency, stay up-to-date with the latest energy-saving products, and better prepare to satisfy customers.

Joe does not excuse himself from training. He studies not only the hottest technology, newest plumbing codes, and latest local methods, but also how to run a project that consistently delivers more than customers expect.

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