Opportunities in the Skilled Trades and Technical School Education

Instructor with student in Shop Class

Why should you consider entering the skilled trades or technical school education? What was once an exception has become an expectation among the millions of graduating high school students:  acceptance into a traditional college or university to earn a four-year degree.  Whether or not our students know what they will do when/if they graduate, is […]

Reduce Fuel Consumption with a New Boiler

Increase efficiency and lower fuel consumption

With fuel prices skyrocketing and the need to conserve natural resources and “go green,” many boiler room engineers are investing in upgrading their equipment to reduce fuel consumption and increase boiler room efficiency. Heating oil alone has jumped from two ($2) dollars a gallon to five ($5) dollars a gallon over the past few months. So […]

Expressing Gratitude for the Boilers in our Lives

Thank a Boilerman

There are so many areas of our lives that we take for granted. We don’t tend to think about how power grids or the sewage system works, even if they are more than deserving of our gratitude. Similarly, many people don’t know what boilers do or why they should be thankful for them. For Thanksgiving, […]

Don’t Wait for THE PERFECT STORM to Inspect your Stack and Cap

While maintenance of the cap and stack is always important, it should be a major priority during the rainy season, when boiler rooms are more prone to water intrusion during torrential storms. As summer swiftly approaches, so does Florida’s hurricane season.  Though we are not meteorologists at Engineered Energy Equipment (EEE), we can make some […]