blrman07 wrote:Sounds like you have it. Make sure that the power vent is CLEAN of all fly ash. You don't need to do anything with the waterside because like you said it's sealed. Some folks like to spray a rust inhibitor of some type on the fireside areas after giving them a good brushing. There are a couple of good spray products on the market that you can use.
Have a nice shutdown and a fun off season!!!
We'll see you in the fall.
SWPaDon wrote:Couldn't he also hook up a second one in his barn? That way he would have continuos hot water for those other projects he was talking about.
StokerDon wrote:The best thing you could do for the off season is install an indirect water heater in your basement. That way you can just leave the boiler run til Fall. This will keep it from rusting inside and you will have all the domestic hot water you will ever need.
Indirect water heaters can be found on craigslist for short money.