Hydronic Boiler Repair Service

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Boiler Repair Service 

NO ONE LIKES AN UNEXPECTED COLD FRONT. ESPECIALLY IN YOUR LIVING ROOM.

The way we see it, cool breezes are best left outside in winter. That’s why our innovative gas- and oil-fired boilers are designed to spread nothing more than consistent warmth—not to mention peace and quiet—through your radiant system.

BOILER INNOVATION REACHES A BOILING POINT.

No matter where you live, how big your home, or whether your radiant system is oil or gas powered, we have an energy-efficient, quiet and durable boiler to match. In fact, many of them are ENERGY STAR® qualified withAFUE ratings that range as high as 90%.

Hydronic Boilers are used in generating heat for residential and industrial purposes. They are the typical power plant for Radiant Heating systems and domestic water heating. The hydronic boiler operates by way of heating water/fluid to a preset temperature and circulating that fluid throughout the home typically by way of radiators, baseboard heaters or through the floors. The fluid is in an enclosed system and circulated throughout by means of a pump. The name "boiler" can be a misnomer in that, except for systems using steam radiators, the water in a properly functioning hydronic boiler never actually boils. Some new systems are fitted with condensing boilers for greater efficiency. These boilers are referred to condensing boilers because they are designed to extract the heat of vaporization of the flue gas water vapor. As a result of the lower flue gas temperatures, flue gas water vapor condenses to liquid and routed down a drain.

Hydronic systems are being used more and more in new construction in North America for several reasons. Among those are:

    • They are more efficient and more economical than forced-air systems (although initial installation can be more expensive, because of the cost of the copper and aluminum).
    • The baseboard copper pipes and aluminum fins take up less room and use less metal than the bulky steel ductwork required for forced-air systems.
    • They provide more even, less fluctuating temperatures than forced-air systems. The copper baseboard pipes hold and release heat over a longer period of time than air does, so the furnace does not have to switch off and on as much. (Hydronic systems heat mostly through conduction and radiation, whereas forced-air heats mostly through forced convection. Air has much lower thermal conductivity volumetric heat capacity than copper, so the conditioned space warms up and cools down more quickly than with hydronic.
    • They tend to not dry out the interior air as much as forced air systems, but this is not always true. When forced air duct systems are air-sealed properly, and have return-air paths back to the furnace (thus reducing pressure differentials and therefore air movement between inside and outside the house), this is not an issue.
    • They do not introduce any dust, allergens, mold, or (in the case of a faulty heat exchanger) combustion byproducts into the living space.

 

With fair straightforward pricing, and quality services, You can trust A+ Mechanical for all your Utah Boiler Repair needs!

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Our Utah Service Area's

Utah, Davis County, Morgan County, Salt Lake County, Summit County, Tooele County, Utah County, Wasatch County, American Fork, Bluffdale, Bountiful, Cedar Fort, Cedar Hills, Centerville, Charleston, Clearfield, Clinton, Coalville, Cottonwood Heights, Cottonwood, Daniel, Draper, Eagle Mountain, East Millcreek, Elk Ridge, Fairfield, Francis, Fruit Heights, Farmington, Genola, Goshen, Grantsville, Heber City, Henefer, Herriman, Hideout, Highland, Holladay, Independence, Kamas, Kaysville, Kearns, Laketown, Layton, Lehi, Lindon, Magna, Mapleton, Midvale, Midway, Millcreek, Murray, North Salt Lake, Ophir, Orem, Oakley, Park City, Payson, Pleasant Grove, Pleasant View, Provo, Riverton, Rush Valley, Salem, Salt Lake City, SLC, Sandy, Santaquin, Saratoga Springs, South Jordan, South Salt Lake, South Weber, Spanish Fork, Springville, Stansbury Park, Stockton, Sunset, Syracuse, Taylorsville, Tooele, UT,  Vernon, Vineyard, Wallsburg, West Bountiful, West Point, West Jordan, West Valley City, White City, Woodland Hills, Woods Cross