1. Buderus G115WS
2. Viessmann Vitodens
3. Galaxy GXHA Boiler from Slant-Fin
4. Bosch Greenstar Boiler
5. Lennox GWM-IE Boiler
Keeping Your Boiler Running
Once you have a high-quality boiler, you’re going to want to make sure that it stays in top condition. That means you need to be aware of the signs that your boiler may need a touch up. One sign that your boiler may be in need of a repair is if starts making certain noises. To learn more about the kinds of noises that your boiler can make when it’s not running right, check out our heating unit noise guide. Sometimes even getting to an issue with your boiler right away won’t necessarily save it. When that happens, you may need to consider replacing your boiler. To know when this is the case, you can refer to our blog about when to replace your boiler. Choosing the best boilers available to you is a great first step to take to make sure that your boiler lasts as long as it can.
How Boilers Work
Understanding how your boiler works is also important so you know when it’s working right. Boilers work by heating water inside their tanks through a variety of means. It can heat this water with the help of gas, oil, or electricity, depending on the type of boiler you have. After it’s heated, the water will either be turned into a gas, or it will stay in its water form, before being fed through the radiators in your home to produce heat. After that, the rooms where you have radiators should end up warming up. Though they work through a relatively simple process, boilers are an important asset to many homes during the cold months of the year. Knowing what your boiler does should hopefully allow you to be more aware of when it’s working as intended and when it isn’t.
Choose Highwood Mechanical for All of Your Boiler Needs
As always, for all things boilers, contact Highwood Mechanical today! No matter the size, new construction or old, we are the HVAC experts for Fairfield, New Haven, and Middlesex Counties, Connecticut. Get one of the best residential boilers installed today! Contact us now!