A properly serviced furnace or boiler is an invaluable product. Fossil Fuel wants to be sure that your heating equipment not only remains reliable but runs at peak efficiencies, saving you money on fuel costs. If you are in Massachusetts’s South Shore area, Fossil Fuel is here to perform your heating equipment service and maintenance that will protect your system from future costly breakdowns.
When you sign up for a Fossil Fuel Service Plan, you not only receive our annual tune-up and maintenance, but benefit from our Worry-Free Warranty. This includes priority service, top quality parts, and 24-hour emergency service.
Oil Heating System Annual Tune-Up:
Vacuum/clean the heat exchangers, flue, fire chamber, and chimney base
Check and clean electrodes and nozzle assembly; set factory settings for the electrodes
Check and test all safety controls
Check and lubricate circulator motors, fan, and burner motor
Check and adjust fan belts and pulleys
Efficiency tests, combustions tests and post all maintenance records
Set systems to factory settings for maximum efficiency
Parts and Labor Covered
High limit control
Low limit control
Triple acting aquastat
Standard type primary control
Blower motor (1/3hp or less)
Blower fan pulley
Fan limits control
Burner blast tube
Burner flange gaskets
Burner motor (1/6HP or less)
Burner end cone head
Cad cell eye
Cad cell assembly
Buss bar leads
Solenoid delay valve
Nozzle draw assembly
Fuel filter cartridge
Fuel pump (single stage)
Fuel pump gaskets
Fuel pump seals
Fuel pump strainer
Oil line fittings
Fuel oil safety valve
Circulator motor (low speed/velocity only)
When making important decisions concerning your heating equipment, trust the professionals at Fossil Fuel to make the proper choices, methods, and installations for your home and family.
A new heating system is a big decision, one that needs to be considered carefully. That’s why the pros at Fossil Fuel will discuss your different options with you, letting you know what size, make, and model would best fit your home and lifestyle. We offer pressure-free and honest information – we don’t force you into buying the biggest, most expensive model unless that suits your home’s needs.
So, when do you consider an upgrade?
Well, if your equipment is more than 20 years old, chances are that your system is antiquated and doesn’t run efficiently or effectively. When scheduling your annual tune-up, ask our techs when they think you’ll need a new one or simply contact us to schedule an appointment. We would be happy to help you.