Removing a main oil system from a home can be a complex and potentially dangerous process.
It is recommended to hire a professional technician to perform this task, especially if you are not experienced with this type of work.
The first step in removing an oil furnace is to turn off the power supply to the furnace and disconnect any fuel lines that are attached to it. Next, remove any ductwork that is connected to the furnace, taking care to avoid damaging the ducts or any surrounding objects. Once the ductwork is removed, you can begin to loosen the mounting brackets that hold the furnace in place. This may require the use of tools such as a wrench or pliers. Once the brackets are loosened, you can carefully lift the furnace out of the space in which it is installed. You may need to disassemble the furnace into smaller pieces to make it easier to remove. When the furnace is removed, you will need to remove any remaining oil and clean up any debris that is left behind. It is important to properly dispose of any parts or fluids from the furnace, as they may contain hazardous materials that can be harmful to the environment and to people. An HVAC technician will be able to provide information on how to properly dispose of these items. So, removing an oil furnace is a complex process that requires a certain level of expertise. It is best to hire a professional HVAC technician to handle the removal and ensure that it is done safely and correctly.