SEMINAR: Commercial Boilers 2.0

From September 17, 2019 10:00 am until September 17, 2019 11:30 am

At 4600 Fairfax Dr, Suite 604, Arlington, VA 22203, USA

Posted by Ross Feldman

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From installation to proper maintenance, few core apartment operations are more essential to your property and your residents' daily quality of life than the boiler system.

This highly requested follow-up seminar to NVAA’s March “Boilers 1.0” seminar is specially designed for building engineers and maintenance personnel. In this seminar we will take an in-depth look at your boilers, including;

daily/ weekly and monthly maintenance
boiler room inspection and walkthrough procedures
valve maintenance
pump maintenance
emergency response procedures
no heat/no hot water calls

Give your building personnel the opportunity to spend one on one time with a 27 year veteran of the boiler trade. Discuss ongoing problems, better understand past problems and just ask the questions that we never have time for in the field.

As we learned from our insurance expert and Boiler 1 seminar sponsor Joe Murphy of HMS Insurance Associates, Boiler repair and replacement are among the most costly expenses any multifamily dwelling can encounter. This seminar is designed to educate, be preventive and help you save on costs that can be unavoidable with forethought and planning.

Space is limited so sign up now.

Randy Punzel, RL PunzelCombustion
Randy Punzel has over 26 years’ experience in the operation, maintenance and installation of boilers and their related equipment. Randy started in the US Navy operating boilers for ships propulsion. His career as a civilian has given him opportunities to repair boilers as old as 1890 to the newest equipment with on-board microprocessors and communications. He has performed duties such as installations, preventive maintenance, emergency service, advanced troubleshooting and combustion testing for large and small mechanical contractors. Visit
Sponsor: $250.00
Non-Member: $55.00
Member: $40.00
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