Removal of Existing Equipment

If your existing furnace will not be left in as a backup system, you must make sure that it is removed at the conclusion of the contract. Equally important, the gas line should be disconnected and capped properly; similarly, the oil tank must be removed and the filler hole cemented. Also, be sure to cancel any fuel supply or service contracts – oil has sometimes been delivered to a house where a tank had been recently removed, but the fill line had not yet been plugged or removed.

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