Steam Traps
Done Right.

New York building owners rely on the experts with a reputation for excellence and diligence

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Contract with the team that has thousands of buildings under its belt.

Our meticulous inspections and comprehensive list of services make us New York’s home for Steam Trap repairs.

Don’t overpay for
Steam Trap repairs

Con Edison and National Grid are offering to subsidize up to 95% of the costs to replace or retrofit your aging steam traps.

No deposit
required

Our firm will handle the application process from A to Z and apply incentives towards contracting costs.

Full Steam Trap
Servicing

Let’s face it: steam traps can be a source of constant frustration, and inevitably require maintenance. Steam Trap NYC takes the entire headache of your hands and handles every detail with excellence and expertise so that you can focus on what you do best.

Repairs and
Replacements

Steam traps that are FO (Faulty Open) or FC (Faulty Closed) can significantly increase energy costs, prevent proper heating and cause lasting system damage. As leading specialists in this field, we will provide the necessary fixes; whether they are internal repairs or full trap replacements.

Routine Inspections
& Maintenance

Steam Trap NYC employs ultrasound and infrared cameras, other technologies to inspect steam traps for potential problems. Our inspections team will create a detailed breakdown of the status of all traps throughout your heating system and detect when a failing trap begins passing steam or backing up condensate.

Apartment
Accessibility

With tens of thousands of inspections under our belt we are adept at dealing with tenants’ and their privacy in a delicate, non-intrusive and friendly manner. No need to badger tenants for access; the Steam Trap NYC team has got you covered.

Compliance and
Paperwork

Our office will put together detailed compliance reports to be shared with your Local Law 87 and Local Law 97 auditor. We will file the necessary paperwork and provide an itemized breakdown of all inspected traps for future use, as well as create a planned routine for maintenance.