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    last week"s boiler job

    they are a pian but with the right team and equipment we were done in 45 minutes 2600 lbs of metal plus $300 to remove it $670 - 45 minutes pay for crew and fuel for 2 trucks = winning



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    Any asbestos concerns or certifications required from NJ? Did you seperate in the building or outside? I've broken them up outside.

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    nit was cleared for any asbestos before hand contracotr takes care of that we break them up in the basement then clean up and remove

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    I sure love doing boilers Been a year

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    this is going to be a really STUPID question....lol, buuuuuuut, aren't boilers big round tanks?

    That looks square and did you slice it up into those pieces like that?

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    Quote Originally Posted by newattitude View Post
    this is going to be a really STUPID question....lol, buuuuuuut, aren't boilers big round tanks?

    That looks square and did you slice it up into those pieces like that?
    Boiler = furnace to some. The thing that heats water for your heat in the house. Heavy as hell when all together.

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    heavier than hell apart also

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    i guess we all have different definitions of boilers, i work on the 200ft tall ones (coal/nat gas plants), nuclear reactors, condensors and do little package boilers from time to time though, i am a boilermaker by trade, gotta love the old cast iron ones
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