Improving Your Burner

If your entire system does not need to be replaced, retrofitting it with a new, flame retention head burner is a cost-effective way to upgrade your system. This improvement can often pay for itself in about two years or so with the fuel it saves.

Compared with older, “gun-type” burners, the flame retention head burner does a much better job of mixing the fuel with the air supplied for combustion. It can then burn the fuel/air mixture in a cleaner, more controlled manner, resulting in lower heating costs and less air pollution going out of your chimney.