What is a boiler?
A boiler is an appliance used to heat a building through the use of hot water or steam. Different boilers run on different fuels such as heating oil, propane or natural gas. Boilers turn water into steam, which is passed through pipes until it reaches baseboard radiators, floor systems, or fan coil units where they then heat the surrounding air.
A boiler should be regularly inspected to ensure they are working at optimum efficiency. Only experienced experts who have received specific training on boilers should work on these pressure vessels.
Call Plumbers 911 today to be referred to a HVAC technician, who will analyze your boiler to make sure it is working properly. They will also make any repairs needed.
What to do if you have a heating problem
You should call one of our highly trained contractors with any questions you have to ensure you are speaking to a licensed, skilled technician. If you feel the need, you can take a few measures before calling Plumbers 911:
- Ensure the power to the boiler is turned on
- Make sure the thermostat is set to heat and temperature is turned up to the desired temperature
- Check your owners’s manual troubleshooting guide. If you don’t have it, you can look it up online from the specific manufacturer and download it.
How often do boilers require maintenance?
Boilers, both residential and commercial, require annual maintenance to work efficiently. However, each make and model requires a different periodic maintenance schedule. We suggest that boilers be checked on an annual basis before cold weather sets in. Contact Plumbers 911 for all your boiler maintenance needs.
To ensure your boiler keeps running efficiently
To keep your home or business boiler running as efficiently as possible, make sure it has a yearly inspection. Regular maintenance inspections by a Plumbers 911 contractor can help to ensure your boiler runs at optimum performance. Our contractors will ensure your boiler is inspected for issues, and make any repairs, if needed. Regular inspections will also help reduce your fuel bill, giving you a significantly lower energy cost over time.
Our professional technicians are certified, licensed, insured and bonded, plus are highly trained to work on boilers.
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