Boilers in CT
Boilers in Central CT
Winter’s chill packs a punch. When it reaches your home in Central CT, you’ll want to make sure your boiler is working at it’s best. What could be worse than waking up during the coldest night of the year to find that your boiler is out of commission? A breakdown of your boiler system not only causes discomfort for you and your family but may also bring with it safety concerns and unnecessarily high utility bills. If you have any concerns that your boiler is not operating at the level, it should be, or if you know it’s time to replace your system with a new boiler, then now is the time to call Mid-State Mechanical. Our system specialists and expert technicians are professional, reliable and always have your family’s home comfort at the forefront of their minds.
Homes with hot water radiators in every room get their warmth from the water heated in a centralized boiler. Much like a furnace, the energy efficiency of a boiler is designated as the Annual Fuel Utilization Efficiency, or AFUE – boilers manufactured after 1991 are required to have an AFUE of at least 80 percent. Warren Heating & Cooling’s complete line of gas and oil boilers range in AFUE value from 80 to 99 percent – the higher the AFUE value, the lower your utility bills may be. You can count on Mid-State Mechanical to provide you with prompt, professional and affordable boiler system solutions customized to suit your home comfort needs in Central CT.
We offer an Energy Star $750 Instant Rebate on Gas Furnaces 94% efficient and higher!
Boilers Services We Provide:
- Boiler Service
- Boiler Maintenance
- Boiler Replacement
- Boiler Installation
- Boiler Sales
- Commercial Boilers
- NTI Wall Hung Boilers
Frequently Asked Questions
What should I check if my boiler isn't running?
First, check the red emergency switch located at the top of the basement stairs. Then check for any reset buttons that are lit.
Does my gas or oil burner need maintinance every year?
Yes, all fuel burning equipment need to be inspected and cleaned to ensure proper operation, safety and efficiency.
What is that gurgeling noise in my base boards?
That sound is air entrapped in the piping system. The system needs to be purged of the air.