Tuesday, August 5, 2014
Wednesday, July 16, 2014
Section 179 Deduction allows a business to deduct the FULL PURCHASE PRICE from your gross income this year! Please speak to your tax consultant to find out exactly what it means for you!
Wednesday, June 4, 2014
Late last fall we had a prospective customer who wanted a Clean Burn furnace in the worst way. We tried every which way to get him financing but to no avail. Finally, we came up with the idea to offer him a layaway plan so he could make payments without interest and without the need for financial approval. He could pay what he could afford each month until he paid off the cost of his furnace and installation. Because it was well into the heating season and he wanted to start to save on his heating bills right away, the customer decided to by an “off the shelf” brand. Unfortunately, he did not realize at the time that not only had he bought a furnace that would have no back up support, but he also did not anticipate the difficulties he would have in trying to find someone to install it.
We talked to him this spring and learned that his new furnace is still sitting on the floor of his shop. Not only did make large payments on the equipment throughout the winter, but he also continued to pay high fuel bills. His parting words to us were “I should have gotten a Clean Burn.”
Please call us today so you can get a Clean Burn!
Monday, May 5, 2014
Waste oil heating is our business. As the Maryland Authorized Distributor for Clean Burn waste oil heaters, we can help you understand waste oil and what to do with it.
Waste Oil Options: You can give it away, or you can burn it. If you give it away, the hauler will truck it many miles to a refinery. There they will re-refine the oil and then resell it to other shops to burn as fuel.
Let a hauler take it away - Waste Oil disposal carries a cradle to grave liability. This means that even if a waste oil hauler takes away your oil, you are still responsible for it in the event of an accident or spill.
Waste Oil is: Free Fuel! In our economy, there is no better way to save money than to burn your existing waste oil as a free heat source
Summer time is cleanup time!
Summer is the best time to have your tank cleaned out. Waste oil contains sediment, which will settle on the bottom of your tank. This sediment can easily become displaced by a used oil hauler, or simply by adding oil to your tank. Floating sediment can cause trouble when you operate your heater. Clogged filters, a clogged nozzle, or dirty electrodes are just a few problems that can arise when your tank contains sediment. Arrange now to have your tank cleaned out, and enjoy a problem-free heating season!
Tuesday, April 8, 2014
In a world faced with severe environmental challenges, Clean Burn just makes sense!
First, recycling your used oil through on-site heat recovery reduces risks of spill and contamination. Second, the use of used oils as a fuel source sharply reduces pressure on natural gas and fuel oil supplies. Finally, Clean Burn used-oil combustion meets or exceeds every Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) requirement in helping preserve clean air.
The EPA and corresponding agencies worldwide recognize Clean Burn equipment as a preferred method of recycling used motor oils.
Monday, March 24, 2014
CONGRATULATIONS!!! Clean Burn is celebrating 35th years in the waste oil furnace business! No other waste oil furnace company even comes close. What started in Lancaster County, PA as a revolutionary idea – that waste oil could be recycled for heat— turned into a thriving business. Today, Clean Burn leads the world in the manufacturing of waste oil furnaces.
Clean Burn wrote the book on reliability, efficiency and durability. Its heavy duty construction is designed for industrial use and it is the only waste oil furnace on the market designed from the ground up to burn waste oil. That is why our customers tell us “Better get a Clean Burn!”
Monday, January 6, 2014
COLD weather is on its way. Please find below a couple of tips that can help keep your Clean Burn running properly during this cold snap.
- Monitor the oil supply in your tank. Make sure you have sufficient good oil. With this extremely cold weather, you will use oil at a much faster rate. Make sure there is plenty of oil in the tank to last over night. Make sure your oil is not contaminated with antifreeze, water or sludge. Please see the list below for approved oils.
Crank case oil
New Fuel Oil # 2, #4, and #5
Synthetic Used oil
Hydraulic Fluid (up to 90 Weight)
Diesel Oil and Diesel Fuel (New or Used)
- Make sure your air compressor is in a warm environment . Make sure there is no water in your air compressor or the air compressor line. Water in the air compressor could freeze and cause your air compressor not to work. Your furnace will not operate without air coming from your air compressor.
Thursday, January 2, 2014
Required Steps Before You Start Up Furnace
- · Make sure air compressor is on
- · Make sure electric has been on at least 15 minutes
- · Inspect oil for contaminents
- · Measure oil in tank, must contain more than 21”
- · Swing open burner, inspect CAD cell, electrodes and nozzle; clean if necessary
- · Turn thermostat up to call for heat
After above is complete, you can start up your furnace