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All About Boilers

T.J. Quatroni


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Thomas J. Quatroni
2402 Neptune Avenue
Brooklyn, NY 11224
(718) 372-4210

Abilene, Inc., is a 4th generation, family-owned and operated business. We’ve been installing and servicing boiler systems in the tri-state area for over 75+ years, and many of our dedicated employees have been with the company for decades. Senior management team collectively has over 175 years of experience in installation and maintenance of multi-family commercial and industry heating systems.

From the beginning, we’ve evolved with the times, always striving to make our equipment more energy efficient. Throughout the generational transitions from coal to oil, and oil to natural gas, we are continually improving our technology, while remaining true to our core commitment:

Reliable as the Sun, with Abilene, the heat is on.

TJ’s experience includes leadership roles at multiple successful Financial Institutions and Staffing firms. Initially in banking, where he was promoted very frequently, he managed branches with staffs up to 25 and P&L’s up to $340MM. In Staffing, he led business development teams and aided in the establishment of new satellite offices throughout the country. He comes from a 3rd Generation HVAC Company where plumbing was the skillset to learn from a very early age. Starting with Abilene in 2016, he oversaw back office operations and in 2018 he was promoted to President. He is now tasked with leading day to day activities, financial operations, company initiatives and logistics. He graduated Rollins College with a BA in International Relations and a minor in Political Science.

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