General Inquiries

18 Norwalk Street
West Haven, CT 06516
Sales & Service
Phone: 203-934-3066
CT License 300 870 S1
CT DAS Prequalified

Funk Boiler Works installs and services only Commercial and Industrial accounts.

Funk Boiler Works Inc.

Perry J. Funk, President
Wayne L. Goldsmith, Vice-President
Boiler Retubing a Specialty
Portable Rental Boiler

New, Used and Portable Boilers in Stock

New and Used Boilers in Stock
Temporary Boiler Installations
Emergency Hot Water Heat
Domestic Hot Water
Upgrading of Gas or Oil-Fired Equipment
Portable Boilers 2 mm BTU
Portable Boilers 4 mm BTU
Supplementary Equipment

First Selectman Al Goldberg and Superintendent of Schools David Klein recently accepted a check for $22,000 from the Connecticut Energy Efficiency fund (CEEF) and its gas incentive program. The check rewards the town for installing a high efficiency boiler at Island Avenue School.

The program, administered through Southern Connecticut Gas (SNG) by Northeast Utilities (NU), provides incentive payments to customers to encourage them to select systems that will reduce overall gas consumption.

The town recently chose to buy a more expensive system with high efficiency ratings over a lower cost system that was less efficient for Island Avenue School.

"The incentive program from SCG made the choice a win-win for Madison," said Goldberg, who estimates that the higher efficiency system will save more than 150,000 cubic feet of natural gas per year. "Towns often want to make the right choice for the long haul and programs like these make long-term choices much easier to explain to taxpayers."

Madison is also planning to take advantage of CL&P programs in the future. The Connecticut Retro-commission (RCx) program has qualified Madison to receive program services in 2009 worth more than $10,000.

"This CEEF program has been extremely helpful for our schools," Klein said. "We have fundamentally sound school buildings with good control systems and this program will allow us to give them the tune-up they need to optimize their energy use."

The program also pays for in-depth energy efficiency surveys in large buildings and provides recommendations for reducing energy consumption without replacing the existing systems. Through this CEEF program and engineering support from CL&P, Madison will be able to investigate and improve energy use at the town's three largest school buildings.

All these steps are a part of a coordinated effort between the town and the schools, aided by the town's Energy Committee, Goldberg said. Wayne Goldsmith, vice president of Funk Boiler Works, the installing contractor, gave the town and Director of Facilities William McMinn credit for understanding the long-term benefits of a properly designed and installed boiler.

Town officials met with representatives from Southern Connecticut Gas Company last week to accept a $22,000 "check" from the company. The reimbursement is the result of a decision to install a new, high efficiency boiler at Island Avenue School. Pictured here at the brief ceremony are, from left, front row, Director of Facilities William McMinn, First Selectman Al Goldberg, and Superintendent of Schools David Klein. In the back row, from left are design engineer Christopher Nystron, Thomas MacDonald of the town's Energy Committee, contractor Wayne Goldsmith, and Michael Smalec and John Maziarz, both from the gas company. Photo provided by Southern Connecticut Gas.


Town of Madison - Pearson Middle School
Darien Public Schools
Town of Milford - Board of Ed.
Trinity Lutheran Church
North Haven Public Schools
Albertus Magnus College
Yale Medical Center
Yale School of Nursing c/o US Prop.
St. John the Baptist
First Baptist Church New Haven
First Church of Christ (NH Green)
St. Christopher's School
St. Louis School (W. Haven)
St. Vincent De Paul Church & School
Yale University
Town of Branford
Town of Clinton - Town Hall
Town of East Haven, Hayes School
Town of North Haven
Orange Congregational Church
Alternative Research Mgmt.
The Hotel Duncan
Notre Dame High School

Similar Experience

Here is a list of our experience with similar types of work:

Yale Medical Center – Numerous steam boilers dating back 25 years and older.
Valerie Wohlstrom

Milford Schools – Numerous steam boiler installations, more than 10 in different schools, including trap replacements in the tunnels, steam modifications and upgrades.
Pat Bradbury

Guilford Schools – Boiler replacements at both the high school and middle school.
Ed Harlow

Clinton Town Hall – Steam boiler replacement and design / build over 25 years old.
Tom Fitting

Knights of Columbus – Boiler replacement design / build for one of the largest buildings in New Haven.
Paul Bello

Redstone Manor – Steam boiler replacement and design / build. Property has over 10 million BTUs and has been converted from oil to gas oil, which also includes a domestic water system. This job was finished in the fall of 2007.
George Passander

Off Broadway Management – The properties were Yale University, numerous steam boilers designs and builds.
Joe Matteis

North Haven Schools – Boiler installations, boiler design / builds, emergency portable boiler rentals. Please note we have our own portable boilers, which can supply heat in an emergency within hours to any of the North Haven Schools.
Grant Pecham

Stonington Public Schools – Very similar project to design #1.

Jamie Boss – H.B. Smith boilers.