Before You Commit To A Boiler Upgrade…

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Heating a home in Toronto and the GTA isn’t cheap, so you’ll want to make sure your money is being spent wisely when choosing your next boiler upgrade. Take a look below at some tips you should know before investing.

Boiler Upgrade: Type, Size & Maintenance

If you’re looking to replace an old boiler, you may be looking into other heating options other than a new boiler. While this is completely your choice, you should know that furnaces require ductwork in order to heat the entire home – which is much more expensive than finding the right boiler instead.

When it’s time for a boiler upgrade, the type of boiler you choose matters. Condensing units tend to be more efficient as they use any vapour that builds up to aid the heating process. This helps control energy costs each month. The size of your boiler will also contribute to how much you pay each month for energy based on your home’s needs. If you have a bigger home with more people then a bigger unit is best, and a smaller unit is more than enough for a home with 10 radiators or less.

While finding the right energy efficient model is an important first step when searching for a boiler upgrade, don’t forget the importance of regular maintenance. After all, you wouldn’t expect your car to never need an oil change or a tune up in its lifetime – and the same can be said for your boiler. Neglecting maintenance can take years off your boiler, leaving you searching for a new one much sooner than you have to – and the same can be said for letting an amateur handle any installations.

Let Boiler Pro Handle Your Boiler Upgrade

For more than 30 years now, Boiler Pro has served Toronto and the GTA, and we’re not planning on slowing down anytime soon. Give us a call at 647-547-6078 today. Our dedicated team would be glad to help. Whether you just have a few questions about a potential boiler upgrade, or you need emergency repair, someone is always there to take your call. Rest assured that we always put our customers first. After all, you don’t get to serve as long as we have without doing a good job, and treating our customers with respect. Give us a call.