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Your boiler is one of the hardest-working appliances in your home. It keeps your family warm in the winter and delivers all the water you need to wash, bathe, cook, and clean. It is more than an inconvenience when it stops working; it is an emergency that the team at Andreas is available 24/7 to address. Whether you need a boiler repair or replacement, our team is always eager to restore the hot water your family depends on for your comfort.
Contact Team Andreas at 610-377-5261 to learn more about the boiler services we offer and to schedule prompt and reliable maintenance and repairs.
Installing a boiler isn’t something homeowners should do on their own. It requires specialized skills and certifications to complete the task correctly. Our certified HVAC specialists will:
Contact the Andreas team at 610-377-5261 to speak with our team about the steps we perform during the boiler installation or replacement process.
Routine boiler inspections can often identify components that are nearing the end of their operational life. Our boiler technicians perform a multi-point inspection of your boiler systems that detect small problems before they cause inconvenient failures. Our boiler inspection services include:
Contact our certified HVAC specialists at 610-377-5261 to schedule an inspection of your boiler system in Lehighton, PA.
The most cost-effective method to ensure energy-efficient operation, reduce pollutants, and ensure safe and effective combustion is to perform regular maintenance on your boiler systems. We recommend performing a comprehensive maintenance regimen at least twice per year. This allows us to identify and track developing issues and perform tune-ups that can save you money and prolong your boiler’s operational life span.
When your system needs maintenance, contact the Andreas team at 610-377-5261. It is our pleasure to perform the maintenance tasks and tune-ups that will improve your boiler’s operation.
Effective boiler repair requires specialized skills and training. Our certified HVAC specialists are highly qualified professionals who are adept at wielding the latest techniques and technologies for your comfort. We maintain a full inventory of high-quality components and can perform the following services on most boiler systems in Pennsylvania:
We adhere to all combustion air requirements, building codes, and safety standards. If your boiler is flooding or failing in any other way, it is our pleasure to quickly identify the problem and apply the appropriate repair solution.
Contact Andreas at 610-377-5261 to schedule boiler repair for your Lehighton, Pennsylvania home today!
Our family is happy to serve your family! When you hire Andreas Plumbing, Heating & Air Conditioning, you hire the best residential and commercial boiler specialists in Pennsylvania. Whether performing a standard boiler maintenance inspection, a complicated boiler installation, or an emergency boiler repair, we only use the highest-grade parts and most reliable techniques. Our upfront pricing and dedication to customer service ensure that the only surprises you will receive from the Andreas team are an affordable price and the pleasant comfort of hot, reliable water from your boiler year-round.
Contact us at 610-377-5261 to schedule boiler repair, maintenance, and installation services in Carbon County, Monroe County, or Lehigh County.
If your boiler is in good condition, its water should rarely, if ever, need to be completely changed out. You should be able to clear out accumulated sediment without a full drain via skimming and occasionally letting it drain a bit after a heating season.
You only want to completely empty your boiler and replace the contents of the entire thing if absolutely necessary because any time you do so, you risk introducing additional minerals to the system, which will only make things worse.
You should, of course, take action if the water in your system is getting opaque, and with certain types of low water cutoff, you may need to flush that specific part of your system as often as once a week to keep it clean.
If your system has a functioning pressure relief valve, high boiler pressure is unlikely to be dangerous or even particularly damaging — but it’s still not a problem you want to leave unattended once you’ve noticed it. High pressure will cause leaks at the weakest points of your system, such as joints and valves, which can lead to water damage, corrosion, and needing to add more water to top off the system — with the consequence of introducing minerals to the system.
It can also reduce the efficiency of your system for heating, wasting the biggest advantage a boiler offers over other heating solutions. Of course, if you have a faulty relief valve and pressure builds high enough, it can lead to catastrophic failures, with a risk of costly repairs, extreme water damage, and scalding of people in the vicinity. If you notice a pressure problem, be sure to have it taken care of immediately.