Steam Trap Replacement

Replacing your steam traps in multi-family and commercial buildings in River Forest and Oak Park Since 2013

Do you have steam radiators? With the cost of energy rising for your commercial property, it is important to avoid energy loss in any way we can. Steam traps are often the first thing to fail in a steam heat system. To keep your system working efficiently, we will replace any failed steam traps that have previously been tested. We will work with your utility provider to get you the highest rebate payback and the lowest cost to you.

Our customer-focused energy efficiency company is deeply dedicated to providing comfort in the Oak Park area—a fact easily correlated by our 11 years of service. In that time, we’ve tested thousands of steam traps. Through this, we’ve helped your friends and neighbors shave hundreds off their utility bills.

We get the job done right the first time, and it’s not done until you’re five-star satisfied. If you receive anything less than high quality service, we invite you to call us at (708) 381-2318. We’ll set things right.

Need steam replacement in Oak Park? Call (708) 381-2318 for an estimate.

What is a Steam Trap?

A steam trap is an automatic valve that stops steam from entering return piping. The steam trap should only allow condensate and air into the return pipe. This ensures steam is not wasted. Steam traps also allow steam to flow at a controlled rate, giving you more control over your steam fueled system. A steam trap allows for proper flow of steam, air and water inside your piping and heating system.

Signs That It’s Time for Steam Trap Replacement

We understand the urge to put off energy efficiency measures. But, if you want to save money in your commercial or multi-family property and keep the building running smoothly, Steam Trap replacement can help immensely. Below are a few signs that your current system is not running efficiently.:

  • Skyrocketing Utility Bills: With malfunctioning steam traps, there is little control over how much energy your steam system is using to heat your building.
  • Leaking steam: If you notice your radiator is leaking steam, your steam trap is likely malfunctioning. Putting off testing this steam trap could lead to water damage.
  • Cold steam traps: If your steam traps are cold, your trap could be stuck closed. Testing allows you to know if this trap needs to be fixed or replaced.

If you notice any of these symptoms, place a call to (708) 381-2318 right away! Let us work with you and your energy company to protect you from any of the issues above.