High Mark Plumbing would like to help you with selecting boilers in Langley. Autumn is a good time to think about your heating system, and to get in ahead of the cold weather with maintenance or changes you wish to make.
Most American homes are either heated with a furnace or a boiler, according to Energy.gov. A furnace heats air and blows it throughout the house. A boiler heats water which is then piped throughout the house either as steam or as water. Old style boilers, particularly those that were gas fired, used a pilot light to enable the burner to kick on whenever there was a demand for more heat to be applied to the water. Newer models now use an electronic ignition, which means saying goodbye to the inefficient and sometimes dangerous pilot light. The minimum AFUE (ratio of fuel burned to heat produced) for a heater should be around 78%. Some newer models can achieve up to 90%. If a new heating system is not in your budget this year, retrofitting the hold one to bring it up to standards could save you money on fuel bills and make your home more comfortable. Plan ahead so that you can be comfortable when temperatures begin to drop.
High Mark Plumbing has trained personnel who can help you with selecting boilers in Langley, or assist with repairs or retrofitting an existing system (within reasonable limits). If your boiler system needs an upgrade, give us a call at (778)345-6218 We will be glad to share with you the latest information, so that you can select the best heating option for your home. We will be equally glad to help with cleaning and refurbishing your old system.