Cut your losses

Sometime it is better to replace than to repair a boiler. Older systems can have a cascade of issues that spans over months or several seasons that can cost almost as the cost of whole system. Sometimes seeing the forest for the trees and cutting your losses before the suck you in a money black hole is the right decision. This replacement was the case. Older boiler was condemned due to combustion issues and a blocked heat exchager.

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SlantFin for the win

We had to change a boiler for a house where the old boiler literally fell appart (completely corroded). Space was sn issue so SlantFin boiler was our top choice.

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When you cant use the chimney

Sometimes a chimney is not usable.

In this situation we needed to install a new boiler and the chimney repair costs were too expensive. There is a solution for that situation.

It’s called forced draft boiler. It can be vented to side of house (with certain code restrictions). Crown was the biggest bang for the buck.

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Pennco to the rescue

To replace a 40 year old dinosaur of a boiler we decided to go with Pennco boiler. Its a left side boiler (all accessories and controls are on its left side). When we install a boiler we look for best solution for customer and future serviceability.

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Another one bites the dust

Before and after pictures of boiler replacement. Althougg the old one was working at time replacement, it was showing signs on being highly unreliable. Customer decided it was time to replace.

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