Boilers Heating Systems – Bucks, Mercer, Montgomery
What does the boiler in your home boil?
The term is something of a misnomer. A boiler heats water, which travels through a network of pipes to heat your home via radiators, under-floor tubes or – in homes that have a forced air heating system – a heat exchanger.
And like any appliance, a boiler will only operate safely and efficiently with regular service. By having your boiler maintained at least once a year, you’ll ensure that it’s providing heat for you and your family in a manner that’s safe and efficient.
After a certain point, your boiler may need to be replaced. Boilers that reach the 10 year mark simply won’t be as efficient as more modern boilers, and constant boiler repairs can end up costing you more than a new installation.
From boiler replacement to boiler repair, All Seasons Comfort Control carries the most well-respected brands in the industry. Our goal is to reduce your heating costs while making sure your home is comfortable. Our experts are happy to take all the time you need to discuss your options so you can make an educated decision, one that fits your wallet and your lifestyle.
Why Your Boiler Heating System Needs Routine Inspection:
It’s important to get your boiler heating system inspected during the off-season. Don’t risk running into the following problems.
- Leaks and Noises: As your system ages, you might notice leaks and strange noises coming from your system. These problems are sometimes caused by rust and limescale build up. An HVAC professional can correct the problem.
- Boiler Heating System Shuts Off: If your system keeps shutting off unexpectedly, then you probably need help from an HVAC professional. You could also contact your water company to see if they’re doing any work in your area that could be causing the problem.