Hydronic Heating with Boilers

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If you’re cost conscious and looking for a way to heat your building more efficiently, consider combining a boiler with a hydronic heating system. With a closed loop water heating system, heat is contained in the tubing and not lost through the air ducts of traditional forced air systems. A sophisticated hydronic heating system can provide greater control over designated heating zones throughout a home and save on heating bills by only heating what needs to be heated.

There are large health implications to old forced air systems. Ducts become full of allergens and other airborne bacteria or fungus. With so many microscopic particles being forced into our breathing air, it’s no wonder so many people suffer from asthma, allergies and other health problems. With a hydronic heating system, unhealthy air is not forced into your environment. Instead, the heat from a hydronic heating system is evenly distributed throughout floors and walls rather than heating just the air and letting it rise to the ceiling.

Why Hire a Professional Boiler Technician?
Many boiler systems are very frustrating to repair. Boilers are easy to break and repairing one yourself is not recommended as extreme heat are pressure are very much a part of any boiler system.

For new installations, it is important that a professional with experience oversee the design, configuration of installation of your new boiler system. There’s nothing more frustrating than all the time and hard work that goes into planning a system that doesn’t work in the end. Call us to handle the complex challenge of a new boiler instead.

Why a Boiler?
Many have fond memories of the time they lived somewhere with a boiler. They last longer, heat more evenly and feel better on your feet. In many cases, a boiler system can save money over a furnace. Call us today for answers to your questions about a boiler system.

Boiler Maintenance Requirements
• Glycol levels
• Gas Pressures
• Clean Combustion Chamber
• Backflow preventer: Commercial
• Verify pressure tank functionality along with air separators and functionality
• Check operation of flame sensors
• Check operation of all safety devices
• Check for error codes on boiler controller