I’ve been living at this rental property about a year now, and even now I still haven’t made the decision if our landlord is particularly a woman with malicious intent or if she’s just entirely foolish. Just last month, I was on the phone with her again and I brought up the fact that the boiler still hasn’t been checked out officially. I’m seriously worried about this piece of Heating and Air Conditioning device technology. This boiler is well over thirty years of age, makes a great deal of noise when it’s running, and goes through oil something like a dying car. I’m thinking it needs a tune-up at the very least, which it definitely does because the records show the boiler has not been cared for at all by any Heating and Air Conditioning device company in many years now. Last time, she told me that this boiler needs no extra care since it doesn’t use an air filter and has no Heating and Air Conditioning device ducts that need to be cleaned. She also seems to suppose that boiler in our rental property happens to be cast iron. I tried to explain that though I don’t know for certain how many rental properties she is currently leasing out, this one does not have a cast iron boiler. I am aware of this because I took down the model and serial number and looked it up–it’s a type of stainless steel boiler, which you can particularly tell just by looking at it. While a cast iron boiler can actually last for fifty years or longer, a stainless steel boiler will give you about thirty years at best. That’s with service, which this thing is not getting. I just need this boiler to be dealt with before it particularly dies on us.