Residential Heating Contractor for gas&oil Furnaces-Boilers in the Vernon,South Windsor Ellington,CT and surrounding towns
Is your current gas or oil boiler in need of a repair or service? Or interested in replacing your old outdated oil or natural gas boiler, to a new high efficiency gas or oil boiler?
If you see your oil or natural gas boiler leaking or you see rust,and corrosion on your boiler piping, Now is the time to call your local Ellington,CT boiler repair expert GMAC Plumbing&Heating. Let are licensed Ellington,CT boiler repair expert, evaluate your boiler equipment for safety and efficiency.
Our gas boiler and furnace service inspections will include inspecting your existing boiler piping and equipment, and provide you with all recommendations to get your system working properly,with emphasis on safety, along with fuel efficiency.
Is your current gas or oil boiler, using a chimney for exhaust? Today it makes sense to replace your existing oil or gas boiler with a new high efficiency model, with the new federal rebates, you can save considerably on your heating fuel bills. Today`s new oil or gas boilers keep the heat inside your house instead of wasting valuable dollars up the chimney. With old outdated boilers,your efficiency ratings could be as low as 65-70% afue. By replacing your outdated oil or natural gas boiler, you could receive efficiency ratings as high as 97% afue. Which in turn can save you money on future boiler heating repairs.What do you have for a heating system you might ask? Furnace or Boiler.
Either in your attic,crawl space or basement. Duct work is usually square or round,and basically takes up the most space in your house. Which is usually associated with warm air furnaces. They also might take care of your air conditioning in your house. Furnaces convey heat thru registers in your walls,ceilings and floors. Furnaces are usually described by customers as central air. Boilers on ther other hand, heat water thru pipes, through out you home and convey heat thru heating elements. The elements are usually inside covers that run near the floor level of the room in which is heated. Typically called Baseboard. These are usually the most common heating systems homeowners have in their home to provide heat.
Warm air furnaces create heat from a burner, and a heat exchanger. Furnaces use quite a few electronic items to convey heat thru the house. Furnaces contain gas or oil burners, fans, switching relays, circuit boards, along with heat exchangers. Most problems in winter months that occur with furnaces are. No Heat is coming out of the floor or wall registers, not feeling any hot air coming thru registers, and thermostat is calling but its cold in the house.When these problems occur you should call an expertlike GMAC Plumbing & Heating llc.
We will diagnose the system, and find the problem of why youre not getting the proper heat as you desire.We service furnaces of all brands and models. So don't hestiate to call us if these problems occur.
Common repair calls for boilers are: baseboards are cold, thermostat is calling but temperature is not rising, part of my house is cold and other part is heated.Boilers also have quite a bit of different parts to convey heat thru your house. Boilers have burners to heat the water, circulators or zone valves to control what part of the house is getting heat. Some are also supplying domestic hot water to your house on top of the heating problem.
So the easiest way to describe your heating problem, is too first know what type of system you have. Both furnaces and boilers have complicated parts, that shouldnt be repaired or altered by any unlicensed contractor. Fires and carbon monoxide poisoning can happen if the repairs are done improperly.
- So in conclusion, Boilers are heating equipment that heat water thru pipes and convey the heat thru baseboards; Furnaces convey heat thru fans and heat exchangers thru ductwork to registers either in the floor or ceiling.
If in doubt don"t hesitate to call us, Its better to be safe then sorry!!.
Call (860)-543-2730 today to schedule an appointment or inspection.