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Boiler: Old Village Schoolhouse Wells River VT
I'm about to close on the old village schoolhouse in Wells River, VT. All I know about its heating system is that it's an oil fired boiler. I won't know until the inspection if it's water or steam. There are no contractors listed on this site in the 05081 zip code area. I've been told by the sellers that they have a contract with a fuel provider to maintain the system. Is this a good idea?
I'm moving from Denver to VT, and have no experience with commercial oil fired boilers. The original low pressure steam boiler in my house in Denver has been a joy to work with - so simple that I stopped paying someone to stare at it once a year & tell me it's working as well as can be expected for an 80 year old. I've even taken out & cleaned the burner myself. I've been told by numerous sources that the only thing IRreparable about an ancient boiler is a crack in heat exchanger. Is this true?
Am I wrong in assuming that every HVAC professional in VT will know how to maintain an ancient boiler?