“Outdated and Dirty” meets “Clean and Efficient”
This old boiler was installed improperly from the start. It never worked as it should & burned inefficiently costing the home owner thousands in lost heat & performance.
After we completed our removal & installation of the new boiler, the customer has already reported plenty of hot water, comfortable temperatures, & decreased oil consumption.
It’s not always about just having a nicer looking installation. Sometimes it’s about proper sizing, installation and setup to achieve the most efficient and comfortable operation, saving you money and unnecessary downtime.
This is how your expansion tank should look when properly installed. This allows the air-pressure behind the diaphragm to take in expanding water from the system.
This electric water heater is properly plumbed and electrically safe.
Water Heater Nightmares
When your filter is dirty, your pump screen is dirty – this is your final line of defense and in this picture, it’s filthy. This results in incomplete combustion and loss of efficiency. Eventually (and by that we mean nearly immediately) failure to ignite.
All of the parts from the oil tank to the chimney cap needs to be clean and functioning for the best possible efficiency and this part is exceptionaly dirty.