Living in a northern area, a boiler is the perfect heating system.
The boiler heats up water and sends it through a series of pipes.
The benefit is that water heats up faster and retains heat longer than air. This eliminates drafts. There’s no influx of air contaminants and less energy waste than with a forced air gas furnace. There’s no reason to sacrifice space or endure the drawbacks of air ducts. A boiler is almost silent and because of few moving parts, needs little service. With annual upkeep from an HVAC contractor, a boiler will typically outlast almost all other types of heaters. Very often, a boiler gets replaced only because the manufacturer quite producing replacement parts. Boilers also offer amazing versatility. The network of pipes can be connected to radiators, baseboard heaters or radiant floors. There is the possibility of using the boiler to supplement the household hot water supply. The boiler can link to towel warmers, provide heat for a swimming pool or hot tub and even power a snow melt system. There are a wide range of boilers to manage a single-family residence as well as a large apartment building or industrial building. Another advantage is that boilers offer easy zone control. It’s simple to customize control over separate areas for personalized comfort and superior energy savings. With independent thermostats, the homeowner can adjust the temperature in each room to meet requirements. There’s no reason to heat unoccupied rooms.With modern industry developments, today’s boilers are able to adapt capacity to answer changing demands and provide greater energy efficiency.