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Top 10 Benefits Of Having A Boiler System In Your Home

Fall is here, and it’s best to examine the status of your home’s heating system. If you’re on the lookout for a new home heating system, it’s critical that you consider all of the advantages of each type. Let’s take a glance at how boilers work and the benefits they can provide.

Choosing a new boiler system for your cold-weather comfort can be difficult, but there are several reasons why it is a good choice.

THEY CONSERVE ENERGY

Boilers are typically more expensive to install than furnaces. We know that this may be inconvenient, but it has more benefits later on. Although the initial cost is higher, running a boiler is less expensive than running a furnace.


Because water is a much more efficient heat transfer medium than air, boilers can warm your home more effectively, saving you energy and money. When you switch from a compelled air system to a boiler system, you can save hundreds of dollars over the life of your heater.

THEY ARE LONG-LASTING AND DURABLE

The boiler has far fewer moving parts than furnaces or heat pump systems. Forced-air systems require multiple motors and a blower fan to function, whereas the circulator pump is the only major mechanical moving part of a boiler.
Because boilers have fewer mechanical parts, they are less stressed while operating. While heat pumps have an average lifespan of 10–15 years and furnaces have an average lifespan of 15–20 years, boilers can last up to three decades when properly cared for by a professional.

LITTLE MAINTENANCE AND REPAIRS ARE REQUIRED FOR BOILERS

Because of the low amount of moving parts, boilers have one more advantage: they require less maintenance and have fewer maintenance issues than other heating systems. As long as boilers are inspected and tuned up on an annual basis, they should provide you with relatively trouble-free service for the rest of their life.

BOILERS DISTRIBUTE HEAT EVENLY

One of the issues that some property owners have had with forced-air heating systems is that they strive to blow out heated air that merely collects at the top of a room. It may take some time for enough hot air to gather before it spreads throughout a large enough space to provide you with complete comfort. Radiant heat from boiler systems, on the other hand, spreads evenly across a whole space.

QUIET OPERATION
Enjoy quiet and safe heating while saving space with design flexibility. There are no draughts or noises of units hammering or kicking each other.

ZONING FEATURE
You can save money by zoning the temperature of the room and controlling it by the use of multiple zones. This is not possible with a forced-air system.

HEALTHY ENVIRONMENT
A non-polluting form of heating that does not emit dust particles or other allergens. Because the heat in a boiler system radiates out from the radiator into pre-existing air, no new air enters the space. The newly heated air in forced-air systems typically causes dust and allergens to invade the atmosphere.

COMPACT IN SIZE
Another advantage of a boiler system is that, due to its small size, it can primarily be installed in any area of the house. Combination boilers take up fewer floor spaces and can even be wall-mounted.

IN-FLOORING HEATING
When there’s a snowstorm outside, have you ever wished for the lavish feel of warm floors and cozy rooms? Yes, you can achieve that feeling with a boiler system that works in tandem with radiant heat, which means that in-floor heating has become a reality. It’s also very comfortable and convenient.

PROVIDE ON-DEMAND HOT WATER
Last but not the least, every homeowner requires on-demand hot water. They would also like enough to take a shower or bath and do the dishes in the morning. Boilers not only provide heat all across the home, but they also heat water that runs through the washbasins, showers, and bathtubs in the bathrooms, as well as into the kitchen. It’s ready when you are, so it’s there whenever you need it.

LOOKING FOR A NEW BOILER INSTALLATION?
So after reading all of the benefits of installing a boiler in your home now, you’ve decided on a boiler, and for new boiler installation, you need an engineer. All Heating One is Gas Safe registered, and you must never use one who isn’t!
A meeting with your construction worker or HVAC professional can provide you with a much better understanding of what is required to install the new boiler in your home. Before agreeing to have a new unit installed, make sure the installer analyses your water pressure in terms of psi. If you want your new radiant heating system to run as efficiently as possible, you should renovate all of your pipes and install your boiler at the same time. CONTACT US NOW!
 
 
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