Monday, July 16, 2012

How to Be Happy with Your Waste Oil Furnace

How to Be Happy with Your Waste Oil Furnace

Welcome to our blog about the wonderful world of waste oil furnaces!  It is our goal to educate our readers about how to find satisfaction with their waste oil furnaces.  To that end here are four tips that will help to make your waste oil furnace experience a happy one.

1.  Start out on the right foot by purchasing a waste oil furnace that truly was designed to burn waste oilDon’t make the mistake of buying a converted fuel oil furnace.     The Clean Burn waste oil furnace is NOT a converted fuel oil furnace.  In fact, Clean Burn furnaces are the only waste oil furnaces on the market truly designed to burn waste oil.  This allows you to maximize the efficiency of every gallon of oil.  You get more BTU’s out of a Clean Burn furnace!

2.  Have an authorized Clean Burn representative install your furnace.  How well your furnace is installed will have an impact on how well your furnace operates. Be sure to have a company with Clean Burn experience install your furnace.  ECO HEATING SYSTEMS is the authorized distributor of Clean Burn products for Maryland and Delaware. Our company has over twenty years of experience with Clean Burn furnaces and boilers.  Experience Does Matter.

3.   Make sure to put authorized fuels in your tank.  Just like an automobile needs the proper fuel in its tank, so does a waste oil furnace.  Customers who have an effective fuel management plan can have great success with their waste oil furnaces.

4.   An annual maintenance is an important part of caring for your waste oil furnace.   At ECO HEATING SYSTEMS we highly recommend that our customers have a yearly periodic maintenance on their furnaces.  This includes a block flush.  Clean Burn has designed block flushing equipment that will clean the carbon build-up from the pre-heater block in the burner.  Over time heat causes the oil to build up in your burner. It is very important that this block flush is done to keep the nozzle and the burner components clean so that the burner can fire efficiently and last longer.