Boiler Service, Repair and Replacement
Let’s face it—it doesn’t get much worse than a broken down boiler in the middle of winter! Fortunately, most boilers are tough, durable and (as long as you pay attention!) will give you plenty of warning as they begin to deteriorate. Such deterioration can often be avoided by knowing when your boiler needs service or repairs. If a tune-up or repair aren’t enough to get your boiler functioning properly, a replacement might be your best option. One of the keys to knowing your boiler needs to be replaced is through routine maintenance and performance checks conducted by a T. Webber heating professional.
Signs It Is Time For a Boiler Replacement
- No longer producing adequate heat to keep your home warm in cold weather.
- Uneven distribution of heating load leaves some rooms cold and others too hot.
- Loud banging, hissing or groaning noises coming from the boiler.
- Boiler leaks water or generates excessive amounts of condensation.
- Odd odor lingers around the boiler.
- Your heating bill spiked unexpectedly.
Boiler Replacement Benefits
If your boiler older than 20 years, it is approaching the end of its lifespan and it might be time to start considering a replacement. Think about it—in the two decades since your trusty, old boiler was installed, the technology has grown in leaps and bounds. Modern boilers are smaller, quieter, higher performing and more energy efficient than ever before.
Boiler Replacement Features
With decades of boiler installation experience, the T. Webber team will install the unit efficiently and correctly the very first time. Our number one priority is to get you back to being comfortable and warm in your own home.
Boiler Repair Features
All T.Webber trucks are fully stocked with high quality boiler parts and equipment so we can be prepared to help you solve any boiler related issue on our very first visit.
We fix the following boiler components:
- Combination pressure gauge: Regulates internal water temperature and pressure.
- Gas valve and burners: Combustion assembly responsible for heating the water tank.
- Pressure reducing valve: Automatically sustains proper water pressure.
- Aquastat: Thermostat that controls the boiler’s temperature.
- Air vent: Automatically flushes unwanted air from the boiler unit.
- Water feed valve: Controls water flow.
- Expansion tank: Enables water to expand as it heats up inside the boiler.
- Pressure relief valve: Relieves high water pressure.
- Flow control valve: Manages flow of hot water through boiler.
- Drain valve: Allows water to drain from the unit casing.
- Circulator: Electric pump that propels water through the system.
Boiler Repair Benefits
Neglecting a boiler in need of repair could cause severe and lasting damage to the entire unit. If you suspect your boiler is not functioning properly, don’t hesitate to contact the heating experts at T. Webber. Our highly trained and experienced technicians are fully certified and prepared with the very latest tools and equipment. They will get the job done right on the first visit so you can rest easy knowing your boiler will be operating at peak performance all through this winter and into the next.
Don’t let winter get the best of you! Beat the cold with a boiler repair or replacement by T.Webber Plumbing, Heating & Air Conditioning. Call today—our experts are standing by 24/7!