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NCH is now a Reliable Controls Authorized Dealer

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Avoid using 90* elbows when installing stove pipe

Avoid using 90* elbows when installing stove pipe. Use 45* elbows whenever possible for horizontal…

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Viessmann Vitocrossal 200 Boilers

Commercial Boiler replacement

Frequently Asked QUESTIONS

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I am not getting enough water pressure from my Well

Well water pressure can be indicative of a number of issues but a simple check is to ensure your pressure tank is properly charged. The tank pressure should be 2PSI below your pump cut-in pressure setting.

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What do I need to know about my WETT inspection?

First and foremost, it is important to understand that WETT inspectors do not have any authority to prevent you from using your wood appliance; an Inspectors sole purpose is to inspect and advise. Once the inspection is completed the Inspector should provide you with a copy of the inspection report. and go through it in detail. It is important you ensure the name and certification number of the Inspector is noted. If not, then you should not accept the report.

The most common misconception is that a WETT inspection is an absolute. It is not.  It is very important to understand WETT inspections are provided for the benefit of the Insurance carrier to ensure the appliance in question has been properly installed. If, however, a WETT Inspector is not thorough or cuts corners and the homeowner is required to file a damage claim, the Insurance Adjuster, acting on behalf of the Insurance carrier,  will make the final determination regardless of the WETT report. To that end, there is no advantage in securing a report that has not been thoroughly completed allowing you the opportunity to address any shortcomings.