Residential Boiler Replacement
A boiler works by using electricity, gas, or oil to heat up water inside the boiler. This heated water or steam is moved through your home with a radiant floor system or radiators to give off heat that warms the air. Boilers are efficient and have actually been used to heat buildings since the 19th century. Of course, the last thing you want to deal with is a boiler that is preparing to fail, which risks leaving you in the cold and potentially even dealing with water damage. If your boiler is more than 10 years old, it may be time to consider an upgrade. Edgerton, Inc. Heating & Air Conditioning offers cost-effective boiler replacement to keep the heat on throughout the winter.
Signs You Need Boiler Replacement
Regular maintenance can help extend the life of your boiler but nothing lasts forever. A boiler may last up to 12 years but some fail prematurely. Here are important signs to watch for that indicate it’s time for a new boiler for your home.
Replacing your boiler may not be fun but it can save you a tremendous amount on your utility bills, especially in Connecticut which has one of the highest gas utility rates in the country. Today’s gas and electric boilers are far more efficient than 10-year-old models with an AFUE rating of 90% or more compared to 56-70% with old systems. Ready to enjoy substantial energy savings with a more reliable boiler system? Contact Edgerton, Inc. Heating & Air Conditioning to request an estimate for a new boiler. We will help you choose a new Energy Star rated boiler for years of dependable use.