Expert Boiler Service in Parksville
You should schedule annual service for your boiler to ensure it remains in proper working order. Annual boiler maintenance can prevent costly and stressful breakdowns and maximize the efficiency of your boiler.
When our plumbers visit your home, they will open the boiler, brush the heat exchanger, and rinse it. This helps to eliminate buildup and deposits on the exchange to ensure the efficient transfer of heat. Eliminating deposits extends the life of your boiler and its heat exchanger while helping you save money on energy bills.
In addition to brushing and rinsing the heat exchanger, our plumbers will perform the following tasks:
- Check the safety devices
- Confirm the components and piping are in good shape
- Complete a combustion analysis
- Inspect the venting
- Inspect the condensate disposal system in condensing boilers
- Refill condensate neutralizer in condensing boilers
Parksville Boiler Installation
While you might think of your boiler as a sturdy, apparently indestructible item, boilers can break down. Preventative maintenance is typically much less expensive than emergency boiler repairs. Schedule your annual boiler service before you need to use it so that it is ready to handle your heating needs when the temperatures fall.
If your boiler breaks down or is no longer functioning properly, it’s time to consider boiler repair. A broken-down boiler can cause extensive water damage from leaks or greatly reduce the effectiveness of your home’s heating.
When your boiler breaks down during the winter months, you’ll need fast, professional boiler repair services. We can fix minor issues quickly and restore your system’s proper functioning.
If you notice unusual odors from your boiler, inconsistent water temperatures, strange noises from your boiler, or water leaks, it’s likely time to schedule repairs. If your system suddenly breaks down, stops working, or starts leaking, you should call for emergency repairs to prevent extensive damage and restore your home’s comfort.
Our professional plumbers will inspect your boiler and identify the problem. Some of the underlying causes of boiler problems include thermostat malfunctions, faulty heat exchangers, low water pressure, leaks, sediment buildup, or pump malfunctions. Once they have diagnosed the issue, they will promptly repair it to get your boiler back on track.
Boilers typically last from 10 to 15 years. If your boiler is older, it might be time to consider replacing it. If you find you are calling for frequent repairs and spending increasing amounts of money to keep your boiler running, replacing it could be more cost-effective over the long term.