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Natural Gas Heat, Oil Heat & Solar Heating Projects

The Technical Heating Project Gallery features many recently completed projects so that you may familiarize yourself with our Long Island heating and products and installation services...
Projects: The Williams Residence
  Replace an exsisting 1940's installed boiler with up to date technology, three pass boiler, indirect water heater and digital control with outdoor reset.  ...
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Projects: The Arlen Residence
Replace 20 year old oil fired system with an updated boiler. The Arlen's report a 40% savings after a year! ...
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Projects: The Helava Residence
Replace a 20 year old boiler with a new natural gas mod/con boiler. ...
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Projects: The Tebbitt Residence
Oil fired tankless coil boiler replacement with European 3 pass and indirect water heater. ...
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Projects: The DeBekker Residence
An oil to gas conversion ...
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Projects: Building Hope for Long Island
Quite often we take for granted having a safe and efficient home to live and raise our families in. However, many residents of Long Island are faced with situations that deprive them of such a home....
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Projects: The Smith Residence
This particular job was an installation in Ronkonkoma where the homeowner's prime concern was cost. The homeowner needed to update the existing equipment due to it's age with newer more efficient equipment....
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Projects: The Esterquest Residence
The Esterquest project consisted of a gas boiler and gas water heater replacement. These photos show the difference between old outdated equipment and the Technical Heating installed high efficiency systems. The new equipment should be at least thirty percent more efficient than the old equipment.  ...
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