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  • DB7481 replacement universal flame sensor
  • Suntec 563058 A2Va-7116 Sin Stg Fuel Oil

    Suntec Oil Pump A2VA-7116

  • Beckett 1357510 14517P 2X2 Vert Fill Alarm
  • DB0138 Teledyne Laars Igniter Flame Sensor Assembly Upgrade - 2400-138
    Boiler & Furnace Igniters

    Teledyne Laars Igniter 2400-138 (DB0138)

  • Beckett 1020494 7505B1500U Oil Primary With
    Boiler Accessories

    Beckett 7505B1500U GeniSys Burner Control

  • Oem 85419 4523 2X11/4 Vent Alarm & Gauge
  • Slantfin Sf 414-539-000 Lp Conv Kit F/ Vsph
  • Hydrolvl 1267298 Hydrolevel 3200 Fuel Smart
  • Slantfin 1358357 Sf S-34-Edp Nat Ei 25Btu Atm 84%
  • Beckett 1357511 14522P 11/2X11/4 Vent Alarm
  • Taco 35206 220-6 1 Npt Ci Univ Flo Chek
    Boiler Accessories

    Taco 220-6 1 Npt Ci Univ Flo Chek

  • Hydrolvl 134156 Hyd 450 120V Lo Wtr Cut Off
    Boiler Accessories

    Hyd 450 120V Lo Wtr Cut Off

  • Hydrolvl 239907 Hyd Vxt24 Wtr Feeder
    Oil Systems

    Steam Water Feeder for Oil 45-122

  • Supstor 546936 Sup L4080B-1352 Aquastat
    Boiler Accessories

    Honeywell L4080B-1352 Hi Limit Aquastat

  • Genfiltr 1357804 General 1A25B/F25 Complete
  • Slantfin 1358350 Sf Gxha-100Ed-Pz Nat Ei 254Sf Atm
  • Beckett 1357514 14532P 2X11/2 Hor Gauge
  • Slantfin 1358352 Sf Gxha-160Ed-Pz Nat Ei 408Sf Atm
  • Slantfin 1358351 Sf Gxha-120Ed-Pz Nat Ei 304Sf Atm
  • Granby verticle 330 gallon oil tank
  • Beckett 1357530 Ts-300B Therm Cutoff Switch

Fuel Source – If an existing boiler is being replaced you will need to establish what fuel source is currently in use.
Gas boilers run off natural gas, which is the most common fuel used, pumped to the building from a gas utility main for which you will be billed monthly. Natural gas is not available in all areas and you may use the next most popular option, Liquid Propane (LP). LP is stored in a tank and generally delivered a few times a year. LP systems are often able to be used with natural gas too.
Fuel oil is the least common fuel source. Boiler oil systems consist of oil being delivered to the home in bulk and stored in a tank, which may be underground or hidden away.
Steam Or Water – Older HVAC systems in some regions may use steam rather than water. They tend to feature cast iron radiators with attached air vents. More common in modern systems is the heated water system.
Venting – Not all appliances are vented the same way. Some are designed for each method of venting, whether through a lined existing chimney, or routing new venting to increase options for installation of different styles.
Size – Whilst a larger, higher capacity boiler may seem to be the best option, it may in fact have a negative impact on efficiency and it’s lifespan, as well as other components of your HVAC system. Your plumber or engineer should be able to advice on an appropriate BTU (British Thermal Unit) rated appliance to suit your needs.
Your boiler may develop faults as it ages and sometimes these may be the sign that its days are numbered. Installing the correct appliance for the task and having it regularly serviced should get the maximum life out of your system.
Signs that the appliance is struggling include: Cold or lukewarm water, drips or leaks, banging or gurgling noises, the pilot light going out, pressure dropping and thermostats malfunctioning. This is a far from an exhaustive list, at the first sign of a problem, requesting a call out from a heating engineer may save the system from a terminal failure.
Rest assured, whether you are installing a new system or replacing an old one, our support team are always on hand to offer advice about choosing from our range of quality HVAC boilers.

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