What Did Old Man Winter Do To Your Boiler? Replacing Your Winter Boiler
Spring is here, but take a minute and think about this past winter. If you spent time shivering in your home because of a bad boiler, this is a great time and think about replacing your winter boiler. The Brooklyn plumbing experts at Petri Plumbing can help you decide which step you need to take.
Your Boiler is More Than 15 Years Old
The average life expectancy of a boiler is 15 years. Undergoing routine maintenance can extend its life, but older models don’t have the same technology advances of new models. Save money with lower heating bills with a new system.
Your Bills Are Higher From Your Old Or Faulty Boiler
If your heating bills have gone up every year, it is likely that your system needs a replacement. Over time, boilers become less efficient and have to work harder to heat your home. Repairs can help solve some of these issues, but problems are likely to continue the longer you wait.
Repairing Your Winter Boiler Is Becoming More Frequent
While the cost of replacing your winter boiler might worry you, having to constantly repair your system will cost you more money in the long run. Installing a new boiler now allows you to save money over time to minimize the long term costs of your investment.
There Are Visible Leaks On Your Boiler
Water leaking from your boiler is a sign that something is not right. It could be a fitting has come loose, but if your system is older, the problem could be more serious. A leaking boiler can lead to flooding, causing severe damage to your home.
If you noticed any of these problems with your boiler this past winter, the team at Petri Plumbing can offer suggestions on replacing your existing boiler system with a new model to save money. If you need assistance, contact us at (718) 748-1254 today to learn more about your options.