A Guide to Boiler Replacement and Installation Services In Marblehead Homes
Looking for a built to last boiler system? Well by golly! You’ve found the right company.
As good as we are at keeping those old school boilers running like a Swiss watch, there comes a day in every boiler's life where it can make more sense to invest in a new steam or a water boiler to heat your home. A built to last boiler expert at Blaisdell can help guide you through the process of custom designing a new boiler heat system for your home:
Assess the Type of Boiler Needed for Your Home.
Homeowners typically replace their heating systems for a variety of reasons. Often times it is for fuel cost savings, reducing emissions, or the need for a more reliable system. When considering the installation of a new boiler, we will schedule an in-home meeting to assess the project. During this meeting our team will evaluate the existing heating system and the heat demands of the home. Next, we will present the best replacement options based on our assessment. Most Massachusetts customers will qualify for thousands of dollars in rebates and 0% financing for new boiler installations.
Choose Professional Services to Help With Boiler Replacement and Installation.
Hiring a professional boiler installation and replacement team gives you access to reliable and experienced services, who can help with the entire installation process. Our professional installers are well versed with the safety protocols of removing and installing boilers, which ensures that the whole process is conducted smoothly and without any issues. They will also provide sound advice regarding the best type of boiler that suits your requirement, thus allowing you to make a smart investment.
Oil to gas boiler conversion.
At Blaisdell Plumbing & Heating, we specialize in converting your oil-fired boiler to more efficient gas heating systems. Gas combustion creates about 30% less carbon dioxide emissions than oil. We will manage all aspects of the project from the oil tank and boiler removal to installing and wiring your new gas-fired heating system.
Adopt an Energy-Efficiency Strategy When Installing a New Boiler System in Your Home.
One way to ensure that you get the most out of your new boiler system is to adopt an energy-efficiency strategy during installation. Doing so helps to maximize your energy savings and minimize your overall energy costs. This can be achieved by optimizing the size, type, and efficiency rating of your new boiler system to suit the specific needs of your home. Additionally, Blaisdell Plumbing and Heating will help you choose boiler models that are equipped with smart controls which allow for even better energy efficiency.
What is a boiler? A boiler used for home heating purposes is a vessel which transfers heat to water and distributes that heated water (or steam) around the home through radiators to transfer the heat to the air. Boilers are often times mischaracterized as a “furnace”, but a furnace is used for forced hot air heating systems.
Condensing – Condensing boilers are the most efficient option for hot water style heating systems. Often called ModCon (modulating / condensing) or High Efficiency, they incorporate technology that allows for cost and fuel savings over more traditional heating. The way this technology works is an outdoor temperature sensor is installed which communicates with the boiler, allowing the boiler to adjust the energy output based on the current weather. These boilers also qualify for substantial Mass Save rebates and interest-free financing.
Combination heat & hot water boilers – “Combi” boilers are able to heat your home and provide tankless, on-demand hot water all in one package. This option provides considerable space savings in cramped basements and mechanical rooms by eliminating the need for a tank-style water heater.
Cast iron – Cast iron boilers have been the tried and true hot water and steam heating method for over 100 years. The construction of these units is very basic, but bulletproof. The disadvantage to this style of heating is it is not as efficient as a condensing boiler because it cannot modulate the energy output.
Contact us to set up an appointment to discuss your options for a new boiler installation.