1. Inspect the Flue Piping System
Inspect the flue piping system and check for any blockages, corrosion, or fluctuating temperatures. Make sure no obstructions are blocking the flues from venting properly.
2. Check Boiler Pressure & Temperature Settings
Ensure that the boiler pressure and temperature settings match those specified by the manufacturer. This will help ensure the optimal efficiency of your boiler system.
3. Check for Gas Leaks
Use a gas leak detector to ensure that no gas leaks are coming from your boiler system that could be hazardous to your health or safety.
4. Test System Components
Check all components of the boiler system including pumps, valves, controls, and gauges. Make sure they are all in working order and functioning properly.
5. Check Boiler Safety System
Ensure the boiler safety system is operational and working correctly to prevent overheating or other dangerous situations.
6. Clean Burners & Heat Exchangers
Clear any debris from the burners and heat exchangers to make sure they are operating efficiently and not causing any blockages or malfunctions.
7. Test Water Quality
Test the water quality of your boiler system to ensure it is clean, clear, and free from contamination that could cause damage or malfunctioning of components over time.
8. Inspect Electrical Components
Check all electrical components to make sure they are in good condition, securely attached, and safely operating.
9. Check for Corrosion & Degradation
Inspect for any signs of corrosion or degradation that could be caused by moisture or exposure to harsh weather conditions.
10. Inspect Ventilation System
Make sure the ventilation system is properly functioning and not blocked or obstructed in any way.