I live at the Jersey Shore and had 2 feet of water in my house. I had my hot water boiler that runs my baseboard heat system replaced following Superstorm Sandy. Three months later, the new boiler has burned out. Ut won't re-light at all. The HVAC installer is blaming the carpenters doing the work on my house because of too much dust. He is now seeking money from the general contractor and myself to replace the 3 month old boiler. Shouldn't there be warranties in place and incentives for the HVAC company to reinstall from the manufacturer? Isn't there a small amount of sucking in a boiler does since it is a boiler system and everything radiates out? I see nothing where dust can blow out a boiler, I only see writeups where dust can impede the efficiency. Any advice on this would be very helpful.