Boiler Services In NJ
When it comes to boilers, no one else in New Jersey comes close to the level of expertise we have in repairs, installations or maintenance. Regretfully, many of our customers do not realize the importance of annual boiler inspections or maintenance until its too late. Century 21 HVAC & Plumbing has plenty of experience servicing or installing gas and oil boilers for home/commercial properties.
With all of the expenses a property owner has now in days, it’s very easy to disregard the additional cost of boiler cleaning or maintenance. However, if your boiler becomes damaged, the cost associated with repairs is far greater. Century 21 HVAC & Plumbing’s technicians are certified to work with most major boiler brands. These may include peerless, Veissmann, Mestek, Crown, Smith, Burnham Hydronics, and Burderus.
Century 21 HVAC & Plumbing specializes in the replacement, repair and retrofitting of boilers for all types of residential and commercial properties. Whether you need someone for boiler repair, boiler installation or boiler replacement, look no further. Our experts service and install both gas and oil boilers. Trust us when we say that the single most important thing you can do with your boiler is get maintenance done regularly. It will save you money in the long run so you can avoid costly repairs. Our boiler services are all about safety, efficiency and reliability. We provide the following services:
- Boiler Repair
- Boiler Cleaning
- Boiler Replacement
- Burner Repair Service
- Gas Leaks & Control Checks
- Snow Melt Boilers & Systems1
- Boiler Piping
- Carbon Monoxide Testing
- Pressure Vessels & Expansion Tank Checks
- Circulating Pumps & Hot Water Pumps
- Combustion Analysis
Cause for boiler repairs include issues such as leaks, noisy pipes, or boilers that just don’t heat. There are many different diagnoses that can be made towards boilers. The efficiency is measured in annual fuel utilization efficiency, the higher the rating, and the better the unit. Regular boiler maintenance ensures longer life and peak performance. This holds back leaks, strange noises, and lack of heating.
High efficiency boilers are generally more effective than furnace systems. One of the greatest advantages of using a high efficiency boiler is that they tend to experience higher AFUE ratings during the colder months of the year. Generally these boilers are expected to hit somewhere between 80 – 95% efficiency rates. What this means is that your boiler is more likely to operate as productively as possible compared to furnaces and other heating systems. This will save you money in the long term on your energy bill.
Boilers work by transferring heat through the home within air vents. In the same way any gasses produced will be cautiously sent outside of the home keeping you and your family safe. However, there are disadvantages to using a high efficiency boiler system. Boiler systems are more costly to install because of the high quality products and care that goes into installing them. Second, similar to a furnace boiler systems are susceptible to corrosion by the acidic materials left behind. With preventive maintenance it is possible to turn the boiler into a long lasting part of your home. When compared to other heating systems Boilers can be a more complex installation. This is because Boilers work by storing up to several gallons of water.
This water is quickly lost in the high heating processes necessary to heat the home which means that the water distribution system in the home needs to be able to keep up to the same speed. In the event that water cannot be transferred to the boiler during the heating process most boilers will disable themselves and re-enable as soon as more water is delivered. This is not good because much like the short-circuiting of an electronic this off-on process can cause damage to the heating pump and shorten the average lifespan of the boiler at hand. In the end, the boiler whether its high efficiency or moderate level can provide great service to a homeowner but they require great care and delicacy both in installation and in maintenance.
Boiler systems are known for there small size, silence, easy installation, and safety. Boilers can be programmed to supply different levels of heating throughout the day and they do not require fuel. They are easy to install and replace which will save you initially. One of the greatest attributes of boiler systems is that they are nearly impervious to damage normally caused by low temperatures. Boiler systems are easy to repair and maintain. This is partially due to the fact that they don’t collect dust or dirt compared to other systems. These systems work best in big buildings or houses. The boiler uses hot water transferred through pipes to raise the temperature of the air surround the boiler and push it outwards. The heat created by boilers is simply joining the air already present in the building as opposed to being fed throughout the home through ductwork.