Soot Buildup Can Have a Huge Impact
When a burner is over loaded with soot buildup, your burner doesn’t burn oil as well and therefore it decreases the burn efficiency, and can constrict the flow of warm air into your home. If you have soot buildup, you are paying money for oil that isn’t being transferred into actual heat for your family.
Domestic oil furnaces need proper maintenance to ensure continued and effective operation. Many have learned this the hard way when it comes time to turn on the furnace and it simply doesn’t turn on. Getting out ahead of possible operating issues can be much less expensive than fixing them.
Below are signs that you may need a visit from our service team:
- Excessive rust or exhaust stains on the furnace
- Over a year since previous maintenance
- Distinct odor coming from vents
- Furnace turns on and off frequently
- Frequent need to reset your burner
- Smoke coming from furnace or vents
- Oil tank has recently gone empty
How Often Should You Clean Your Oil Burner?
In Addition to Oil Burner Cleaning, We Offer the Following Services:
- Oil Filter Replacement
- Pump Pressure Testing
- Nozzle Replacement
- Ignition Systems Cleaning
- Control & Switch Testing
- Flue Pipe Soot Removal
- Oil Tank Inspection
- Line Inspection