Boiler Installations & Repairs
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Boilers are popular heating systems, renowned for the efficient, consistent, and quiet comfort hydronic heating provides. The hot water or steam it produces moves through pipes within walls. Because you’re using heat that radiates instead of blowing—like a forced-air furnace—you’ll benefit from improved air quality as airborne contaminants will not continuously move through your home. You’ll also reduce discomfort and damage caused by the dry air that comes from a furnace. Additional benefits of boilers include:
- More consistent heat
- Nearly silent operation
- Little maintenance required
- Option to distinguish heat zones
- Reduce the spread of airborne germs
- Can also be used to heat water for home use
Boilers are also utilized for in-floor radiant heating systems. Unlike furnaces, which heat air that quickly rises to the top third of your home and cools down, sub-floor heating keeps heat at the bottom third of your living space, where you need it most, and makes floors, furniture, and more warm to the touch.
Things to Consider With a Home Boiler
Before installation, we’ll measure your home to ensure that your new system provides the right amount of comfort. One that’s too small won’t keep your home warm enough and a unit that’s too big will not cycle correctly because it won’t have adequate space to do so—both issues can put a serious strain on energy bills, too.
We’ll also explain your options—a gas, oil, or steam boiler—and recommend the system that’s perfect for your needs. Energy-efficient boilers can have annual fuel utilization efficiency (AFUE) as high as 95 percent, which means only five percent of its energy is wasted during operation. A boiler is certainly an investment in your home comfort, but an energy-efficient option can pay itself off in savings in no time and add to your home’s resale value.
Call ComfortAire for Boiler Repair & Maintenance
Our experts will install the best boiler for your unique comfort needs—and then become your go-to service provider for annual maintenance. Just like any heating system, boiler maintenance is a must, especially with a new unit, to keep it operating at peak efficiency. Should we notice any issues during a routine inspection, we’ll explain the problem and can often repair it on the spot. Give us a call or contact us online to start discussing boiler options for your Wisconsin Rapids or Stevens Point home today.