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At Nationwide Boiler, we are constantly looking for new opportunities for growth and enhanced relationships with reputable manufacturers. We are thrilled to announce our most recent partnership with Webster Combustion Technology, representing their boiler-burner line in Central and Northern California. This new relationship will allow Nationwide to offer customers an efficient and cost-effective burner as a retrofit or a part of a new package boiler system.

Webster Combustion has been in business since the 1920's, manufacturing multi-fuel burners for commercial heating, process steam, and drying applications. Majority of their burners are utilized in boiler assemblies. Webster burners offer multiple fuel flexibility, high efficiency, low emissions, and high turndown capabilities. Their product line will complement Nationwide Boiler's product offerings very well, providing a quality solution for our customers in California.

For more information, check out our latest press release!

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Nationwide Boiler is excited to announce that we now have an additional storage and maintenance facility to better serve our customers in the Central United States. The facility is owned by Applied Global Cogeneration (AGC) and is located in Broken Arrow, OK. The 112,000 square foot manufacturing and test facility has ample space for our large trailer-mounted watertube rental units and stock boilers. 

We now have eight total storage facilities positioned across the United States. Other locations include California, Alabama, Iowa, Michigan, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and South Carolina. 

Having several different locations for equipment storage allows Nationwide Boiler to provide customers with dependable solutions and real customer service, getting equipment out quickly and saving money on delivery costs.

For more information on the new storage location and what our Director of Sales, Bill Testa has to say, check out our latest press release.

 

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Nationwide Boiler is proud to announce that we have achieved an Experience Modification Rate (EMR) of 0.61, the lowest rate possible for our company! A low EMR exhibits our commitment to safe work practices and continuous on the job training. 

An Experience Modification Rate is a numeric representation of a company’s safety record, used by the insurance company for workers’ compensation policies.  The industry average EMR is 1.0, and we are well below the average!

Nationwide Boiler’s Health, Safety & Environmental Manager, Holly Lepo, leads the company’s safety program, which includes over 60 individual safety modules ranging from abrasive wheel grinding to workplace violence. Since 2005, Holly has been developing, implementing, training, and fine tuning the program with the help of ISNETworld and Avetta contractor qualification networks. 

We would like to thank Holly and the employees of Nationwide Boiler for your hard work and dedication to safety, allowing us to achieve this excellent EMR rate.

View our latest press release for more information. 

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Last month Nationwide Boiler held an open house event that attracted nearly 250 guests from across the country to celebrate fifty years in business. Nationwide provided guests with live entertainment with a Johnny Cash Tribute Band, catered lunch provided by local food trucks, and shop tours throughout the day.

The Mayor of Fremont, Lily Mei, and Vice Mayor, Rick Jones, were both in attendance and presented the company with an award of recognition, wishing the company continued growth and success. 

We want to thank the City of Fremont for your support and thank all of the guests who joined us for our special celebration. We are looking forward to another fifty years of providing customers with our strong values of “Integrity, Dependability, and Real Customer Service”! 

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