Boiler Inspection Services
Insparisk has provided boiler inspection services throughout New York City and across the USA since 1992. Our team of experienced and knowledgeable professionals provides industry-leading inspection services, giving customers peace of mind that their boilers are safe and working optimally.
Insparisk is proud to offer licensed boiler inspections for all multi-unit residential buildings and mixed-use properties, as well as many types of commercial facilities throughout the five boroughs. Our certified technicians will inspect your low-pressure boilers to make sure they are up to code and in a safe operating condition according to Building Code guidelines; we’ll even submit all required documentation to the NCY Department of Buildings.
The company’s utilization of proprietary technologies has improved the inspection process, resulting in a significant increase in efficiency and accuracy. From scheduling your boiler inspection to submitting your inspection results to New York City’s Department of Buildings, our proven methods assure efficiency, accuracy, and customer satisfaction.
Insparisk offers a lowest price guarantee and a violation fee reimbursement guarantee for their services. Check out the details below.
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61-43 186th Street
Queens, NY 11365
M – F: 8:30 AM – 5 PM
Our Inspection Process
Insaprisk has over 30 years of experience evaluating boiler hardware. Our inspection process has been refined over the years to ensure efficiency, accuracy, and customer satisfaction. We understand the importance of performing detailed inspections and take this responsibility seriously. Below are the typical steps we take during an annual boiler inspection:
The inspector will review the boiler log book, maintenance records, and previous inspection reports.
CHECK THE BOILERS EXTERIOR
The inspector will examine the exterior of the boiler for signs of damage or corrosion. They will check for any leaks, cracks, or dents in the boiler shell or associated piping.
CHECK THE BOILER’S SAFETY DEVICES
The inspector will verify that all safety devices, such as pressure relief valves, low-water cutoffs, and flame sensors, are functioning properly.
INSPECT THE BURNER
The inspector will examine the burner assembly for signs of wear and tear, such as damaged insulation or warped parts. They will also check for proper combustion and flame patterns.
TEST THE CONTROLS
The inspector will test the boiler’s control system to ensure it is operating correctly. This includes verifying the operation of limit switches, temperature controls, and pressure gauges.
VERIFY THAT THE BOILER MEETS CODE
The inspector will verify that the boiler meets local and national codes and regulations.
INSPECT THE ASSOCIATED PIPING AND COMPONENTS
The inspector will examine the piping, valves, pumps, and other components associated with the boiler to ensure that they are in good condition and properly sized for the application.
REVIEW THE RECOMMENDATION
The inspector will provide a report with any findings, recommendations, or required repairs. The inspector will also specify the time frame within which repairs must be made to ensure that the boiler remains in compliance with regulations and operates safely.
Additional Inspection Services
CHECK THE BOILER’S INTERIOR
The inspector will open the boiler and check for signs of corrosion, scale buildup, or erosion on the tubes, flue, and other internal components. (only applicable for internal inspections)
The inspector will test the boiler’s efficiency by measuring the flue gas temperature, carbon monoxide levels, and stack draft.
We Provide Boiler Inspections in New York City and Across the Country
From our headquarters in Queens, NY Insparisk has proudly provided boiler inspection services to customers in Manhattan, Brooklyn, Staten Island, Yonkers, and Queens since 1992. Additionally, Insparisk services customers on a national level with a strong presence in Maryland and Connecticut.
The Boiler Inspection Cycle is from January 1 to December 31. Low-Pressure Boiler and High-Pressure Boiler Internal and External Inspections must be performed within this cycle (i.e. calendar year). All inspection reports are due within fourteen (14) calendar days from the date of performing the inspection. For example, an inspection performed on December 31 must be received by DOB no later than January 14 of the following year.
The New York State Department of Labor’s Division Of Safety And Health enforces these regulations through a monitoring program that conducts periodic inspections to ensure compliance with applicable rules and standards. In addition to ensuring compliance with safety standards, periodic inspections also help identify potential problems before they become serious issues. Businesses that fail to comply with inspection requirements may face administrative penalties or even criminal charges depending on the severity of the violation.
Low-Pressure Boiler Compliance
If you own a property, it is your responsibility to hire a licensed professional to conduct low-pressure boiler inspections. Only qualified installers licensed by the Department of Buildings or authorized boiler insurance companies can perform these inspections.
Annual inspections must be conducted, and inspection reports must be filed for H-stamped and E-stamped boilers (not HLW-stamped hot water heaters) located in the following property types:
- Residential Buildings With Six or More Families
- Commercial and mixed-use buildings, regardless of boiler BTU capacity. NOTE: A mixed-use building has both commercial and 1-5 residential units.
- Residential buildings classified as Single Room Occupancy (SRO) dwellings
Low-pressure boilers that have a heating input of 100,000 BTUs or less need to be inspected if they are outside a single apartment and in a property that has six or more residential units or is a commercial or mixed-use property, regardless of how many units the boiler serves.
I manage several buildings in Manhattan and we use Insparisk for our annual boiler filings with the Dept. of Buildings. They not only alert me every year to have them perform the inspection, but they also promptly inspect and file with the City. Invoices are all handled efficiently and electronically. If you have questions or concerns, they are super responsive and helpful on the phone. I highly recommend Insparisk.
I worked with Melissa over at Insparisk and she was great! She was responsive and professional. She got my boilers inspected immediately and followed up. I will be definitely using them for all my properties and recommending them to others.
As a client we’ve worked with insparisk for about 4 years now. They provide great customer service and go above and beyond for their clients. It’s a pleasure working with Melissa/Vincent.
As a Property Manager, I need a service like this to keep our boilers in compliance. The staff here is very fast and professional.
Sherri was sufficient and professional. They’ve been doing my boiler inspection for the past 10 years.
If I had the privilege to choose the motto for Insparisk, it would be “Semper Paratus” because the representatives are always ready to serve. They are both professional and knowledgeable; therefore, I give Insparisk my highest recommendation!
I called Insparisk earlier today, and I just want to share my experience with everyone. I spoke to Shereen Elabasy, and she was extremely helpful. She was very informative, and she answered all my questions with no hesitation. Thank you, Shereen, for all your help.