I am new to this site but I in desperate need of advice. My house was damaged by Hurricane Sandy and we just installed a Weil-McLain boiler. The house is from 1925 and the flue pipe from boiler to chimney is 12. New boiler was installed 12/21/12 and we have had problems from day one. The spill check shut off the system the following day and we had not heat. Different people came to fix the problem every single day, one person cut off spill check, another removed the damper, etc. until another team came on 12/28/12 and told us that the boiler was not installed correctly. They fixed the problem but someone still needed to come to fix spill check and they said we needed an assisted motor and this was installed today. I am waiting for electrician to come and reconnect everything else and make it work. The temperature on my second level is 80 degrees even if thermostat is below 50 and the first level is cool. What happened to our zoning? Is this assisted motor the solution? Is it loud? Safe? I am attaching pictures.
We are at the mercy of a company that was hired by the City of New York and I am very stressed thinking that on top of my flood problem, I have a big problem with this boiler. I really had to learn about the terms and how things work but I am far from knowing a lot.
I would appreciate any advice or guidance. I am very concerned.
Thank you very much