Boiler Preventative
Maintenance Agreement

Protect your boiler and equipment investment

Protect Your Boiler & Equipment Investment

Industrial or commercial boilers and auxiliary boiler equipment need to be properly maintained at recommended intervals for peak performance and long service life. Additionally, a certificate of inspection is needed to operate from year to year. Tate Engineering is your complete service provider for boiler inspection, preventative maintenance, emergency service, and on-site equipment assessments.

Benefits of Preventative Maintenance Agreements:

  • Priority Emergency Service
  • Discounted Time & Material Cost
  • Reduced Fuel Consumption
  • Maintenance Cost for Budgetary purposes pre-planned
  • Coordinated around your schedule

Sample List of Services Included


  • Remove and clean
    • Gas pilot assembly
    • Oil nozzle assembly
    • Fuel oil strainers
  • Check flame safeguard control
  • Check supply voltages to
    • Blower motor
    • Control circuit
  • Check operation of
    • All linkages
    • Belts and pulleys
    • Oil pumps and valves
    • Gas valves
    • Vents


  • Check operation of all
    • Burner operating limit pressuretrols
    • Running interlocks
  • Check operation of
    • Low water and/or feedwater pump control
    • Low water controls and/or feeder and/or feedwater pump control (steam generators only)
  • Start and stop burner
  • Check pilot and main flame ignitions
  • Inspect for front and rear door air leakages and tighten doors
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Daily Boiler Maintenance Checklist

While most people think boiler maintenance is a once a month or twice a year event, you can use the daily boiler maintenance checklist each day to get the most from your equipment.

  • Inspect around and under your boiler equipment for leaking water.
  • Make sure the area around the boiler is unobstructed and free of materials that may cause obstruction.
  • Check temperature readings and/or pressure readings to make sure all are within the designed range.
  • Closely watch for any error codes or service codes on the display panel if at all applicable.
  • If you notice any error codes, jot them down and notify Tate Engineering.
  • Make sure the vent termination is not obstructed or blocked with debris, ice, or snow.
  • Inspect the combustion air opening for blockages.
  • Always listen closely for any unusual vibrations or noises from the equipment.

Contact Tate Engineering to help with all of your boiler preventative maintenance needs.

Monthly Inspection Boiler Checklist

In addition to the daily boiler maintenance checklist, you can conduct a more intensive inspection once a month. During the monthly inspection, make sure to:

  • Visually inspect the combustion air piping and flue gas vent piping for any indications of leakage, deterioration, or signs of blockage.
  • Examine the relief valve discharge pipe and boiler relief valve for any noticeable signs of leakage or weeping.
  • Investigate the condensate drain line, PVC fittings, drain system, and drain trap for any types of blockages if the system is a condensing boiler.

Contact Tate Engineering to help with all of your boiler preventative maintenance needs.

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