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From the category archives: Scrapbusters Blog

Boiler Removal

Mechanical Systems That Need to be Professionally Removed

While it’s possible for the employees in your company to remove your property’s mechanical systems, it’s not advisable. While your employees are skilled at what they do, there are several variables to moving mechanical systems in your building that make it both dangerous and complex.

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How to Prepare for An Old Boiler Removal

Whether residential or commercial, renovating or updating an old home or building can be an exciting challenge. But these remodeling projects can also mean tangling with old equipment like antiquated air ducts and boilers. Old boilers can be very large, taking up much-needed space in a basement or apartment building. However, removing an old boiler is not a do-it-yourself project that should be taken on by the layman. The junk removal experts at Scrapbusters can be a critical part of your home renovation team, giving you the information you need to prepare for old boiler removal.

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Five Tips for Safe Boiler Removal

Boilers are still effective, but they’re being phased out in some areas. Whether you need a maintenance checkup or a complete removal, you should know a few things, first. The maintenance planning stage takes a while, and removal can be dangerous if it isn’t planned out effectively. Today, a majority of boiler maintenance violations happen when boiler controls, piping areas and components aren’t handled correctly. To handle, perform maintenance on or remove your boiler, take care of the following factors.

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Boiler Removal Is Easy With Scrapbusters

If you look into the mechanical room and see a massive, old, poorly or non-functioning boiler, you might think, “How the heck can I ever get this old thing out of here?” You might be able to do it yourself, if you have a lot of time, a tremendous amount of muscle, mechanical expertise, and some heavy-duty tools. Be forewarned, however: this is a difficult, heavy, dirty job.

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