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Has a sink hole ever tried to swallow up a boiler you service?
I piped this in 4-5 years ago. 1.5 mil BTU.
Flood pic is how it was 3 weeks ago when the rain flooded the entire mechanical room. last time someone left a fill open and it was knee high maybe 2 years ago.
Since then it takes in 60-100 gallons daily to keep up with the leaking returns. A price has been given twice. Very sad. I asked where they thought all that water was going several times.....
Now all we do is wait for it to fall in. It has dropped an inch where my pad cracked. Pic under slab is under the boiler all the way to the foundation. Sink hole is about 12" at deepest, at least 4" all the way around under other equipment. All gas, power, water isolated.
Working on steam and hot-water systems isn't rocket science....it's actually much harder.