A Home's Oil Furnace The Series Windsor County Vermont Home Buyers Accompany Series Post 2

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A Home's Oil Furnace The Series Windsor County Vermont Home Buyers Accompany Series Post 2, this post is post 2 of a 3 post accompanying series, to my main series for my second series of a challenge to write and post, blog post series. The title of the series is, A Home's Oil Furnace The Series Windsor County Vermont Home Buyers. These two series are intended to help Home Buyers, Home Owners, Real Estate Brokers and their Real Estate Agents, to understand Oil Fired Furnaces. Feel free to pull up a chair, and enjoy reading and learning.

There are many parts to a Oil Fired Furnace of a home. The oil tank holds the live blood for your Oil Fired Furnace.

 

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This is an outdoors oil thank, that is sad. All because the owner did not maintain it!

 

Rusty Outdoors Oil Tank

Its also not a good idea to have your window Air Conditioner be-hand your oil tank! The air conditioner good very will short-out. A few things sure could happen, if that was to happen.

One way to help your oil tank, not to end-up looking and feeling sad. Is to build a storage unit around it.

Oil Tank Stroage Unit

 

Its very important that the oil level be kept up in your oil tank. By allowing it to be low for long periods of time, water is going to evaporate out of the oil and start corroding the inside of the oil tank. The corrosion will then fall back into the oil and plug the oil filer in the front of your furnace. Your Home Inspector sould check to see whether there is or has had a lot of oil under the filter, this could vey will suggest that the filter has been changed quite often. A filter that has to be changed often indicates there are problems in the oil tank. And it sure be written up in the Inspection Report.

 

A Home's Oil Furnace The Series Windsor County Vermont Home Buyers Accompany Series Post 2,Oil tanks are typically available in many sizes, starting from a 250 gallon tank on up. The larher the tank size is, the better off you are. Theres a lot less chance of it running out of oil during some of the larger snow storms that we can have in these parts. The other thing about having a larger size tank, you can often buy your oil at a lower unit cost because of the amount of oil you would be purchasing.

 

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Rainmaker
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Pat Whitehouse
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Hi Dale-That is a mighty scary pic. A potent combination. I am learning so much from your posts. Great job. :-)

August 23, 2009 11:41 PM
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Hi Dale.  How efficient are the old heaters?  Just wondering.

August 24, 2009 12:09 PM
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Carl Winters

Dale you were just doing your job and that is writing what you see and reporting back to the consumer that is paying your fee. What happens after you write the report and present it back to your client is then is in the hands of other parties. This was not picky, it is obvious.

August 24, 2009 09:56 PM
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Howdy there Pat, Brian, Carl and Ceil

Its a real pleasure to have the four of you stop by to visit and to read and reply back to each of your comments. On this post, here at my little ole Blogging Homestead, my friends

Pat - Sure am glad your enjoying the series, posted Part 1 of the main series tonight. Thank you kindly!

Brian - Most of the Oil Furnaces, that I come along are not at all old. But just like any heating system, you need to keep them mainttain.

Carl and Ceil - My friends, your sure right about that I was not at all being picky. Some things we find, when we'er doing a Home Inspection. Sure do just jump right out at us.

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Howdy to each of ya mighty nice folks,that have been so kind to stop by to pay a visit and to read this post and the other blog posts here at my blog.

Folks I sure do hope when you did take the time to stop by, that you found this blog post to be helpful and an enjoyable post to read.

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