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NYC Co-Op’s Double Oil Tank Removal from Start to Finish

When you’ve been in the commercial heating business for over 40 years, you see a lot more than just boiler installs and repairs. Our team here at Controlled Combustion have not just seen it all, but we do it all. When a valued, longtime client of ours was in need of an oil tank removal, we knew exactly what to do. Here’s a look into this major project we completed at the start of 2022.

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Controlled Combustion offers Burner Service Contracts to ensure your heating system is always running at its best. Our team has experience with a wide range of burner manufacturers, including Industrial Combustion seen here in a residential building in Queens, NY.
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Is a Burner Service Contract Worth It?

Why enter a contract when you can just get your boiler’s burner serviced on demand? Because of the immense benefits, of course. This article will explain why getting a burner service contract with Controlled Combustion doesn’t cost—it pays.

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9 Things to Do Now That Heating Season Is Over

May 31st was officially the last day of heating season here in NYC. But don’t let that fool you into thinking you shouldn’t worry about your boiler system until next season. This article will share 9 things you should do while your boiler is not providing heat.

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3 Reasons Your Steam Boiler Water Line is Bouncing or Surging

What is surging and why is it so bad? Water surge is the dramatic change in the level of water in your boiler. You’ll know it’s happening because the water in the boiler’s gauge glass will appear to bounce up and down, reflecting the rapid increase and decrease of water.

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Steam Boiler Blow Downs

As a scotch marine steam boiler evaporates water to produce steam, fresh makeup water must be introduced into the boiler to continue the process.

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