3 Ways You Can Assist With The Boiler Installation Process

If you are having a new boiler installed in your home and are having it installed by a team of professionals like those at Schweitzer Brothers Company, there are a few things that you can do to assist with the boiler installation process.

Make Sure You Purchase The Right Boiler For Your Home

The first thing that you can do is make sure that you purchased the right type of boiler for your home. Make sure that you measure the boiler and ensure that it will fit through your doors and through any stairways or hallways in order to get to its final destination. You don't want to purchase a boiler that is so large you can't get it through your house.

You also need to make sure that you have purchased, or the installation team will bring with them, any vents, valves or pumps that do not come with the broiler itself but are necessary for the installation process.

Also, make sure that you can fuel the broiler. For example, if the boiler relies on gas, make sure that you have a gas connection you can use. If you are switching fuel systems for your broiler, make sure that the installation team knows that you are switching fuel systems and is prepared to set up a new fuel system for your new broiler.

Clean The Installation Area

Next, you need to make sure that the installation area is ready for the new broiler. Remove all junk or items that you have stored in the area where your broiler is going to be installed. Make sure that there are no flammable materials stored in or around the area where the broiler is to be installed. Clean the area well so that it is easy for the installation team to access.

Double check that you have the right electrical, gas, and water hook-ups available in the area where your new broiler is to be installed. If you don't have the right hook-ups, verify if the installation team can install those items for you or if you need to contact a different company to set up the right hook-ups before the broiler is installed.

Confirm Your Appointment

Finally, confirm the day that your broiler will be delivered. Then, confirm all the necessary information about the installation process with the installation team and be sure to ask them if there is anything additional you can to do to prepare the area and make the process go more smoothly for both you and them.