Oil to Natural Gas Conversion
Connecticut homeowners are converting their old oil burning heating systems into clean, natural gas systems. Switching from oil to gas heating can be very cost effective for a single-family home,
Do you have an oil fired boiler and are looking to convert to a natural gas boiler, we can design a new gas boiler or furnace heating system to fit your budget and maximize your fuel savings.
We will conduct an onsite analysis of your entire structure to determine the exact amount of BTU's you'll need to warm your house during our cold New England weather including Wall Hung High Efficiency Condensing Boilers (up to 97% efficiency).
High efficiency furnace and natural gas boiler rebates are available for residential customers who purchase and install a qualifying natural gas, oil or propane furnace and/or a natural gas boiler. Call GMAC Plumbing & Heating today to see how you can qualify. Also, your new system may qualify for special Energy Star financing.
We will provide you with choices of products and costs that will meet your needs and be within your budget. Once we determine the equipment you need, we'll install and test your new system to insure maximum effieciency.
We offer many natural gas boiler services, repairs and new installations.
- Installation of high efficiency boilers from Buderus, Rinnai, Biasi, Weil Mclain, System 2000, Triangle Tube etc.
- Energy Management Controls for fuel saving efficiency and Energy Star Financing
- Zone Valve repairs
- Circulator repairs
- Cleaning and combustion efficiency testing
- Baseboard heating repairs or new zones.
- Pipe Thawing
- Piping insulating/Heat tracing cable
- Residential boiler inspections
GMAC Plumbing & Heating is certified and licensed for gas piping installations. It is very important that you have a certified and licensed gas piping contractor perform all of your gas piping projects, We will take care of all the necessary permits and paperwork through your local building inspector. Your project will be fully inspected and passed by your local building inspector, so you can have peace of mind that your project was completed according to the latest fuel gas code regulations.