While you’re sitting at home and trying to stay warm this winter, think of the wide variety of gas furnace and boiler heating units at Metzger’s Heating and Cooling. Both types of units can be used to keep your home comfortable, but how do you know which one works best for you? You may have heard a little bit about how each works, but the professionals at Metzger’s can give you the know-how to make the right decision when it comes to your home heating.
If you need a consistent, efficient, and dependable way to bring warmth into your home or business, then a boiler in Kalamazoo with Metzger’s heating and cooling is a great choice for you. With the professionals at Metzger’s, if you’re in the Kalamazoo area and looking for a new boiler, boiler repair, or boiler installation, we’ve got you covered.
When the trees start to change, we all know colder weather is on its way. Many homeowners know to prepare their forced air furnaces by changing air filters and cleaning out duct work, but less know that your home or industrial boiler should have some annual boiler maintenance as well. Dealing with water loss, checking the viability of the different components, even reviewing your thermostats and CO alarms will have you ready for the cozy days ahead. Continue reading
Many people are not aware that boilers are actually more efficient than forced air heating systems. Boilers are more efficient because they work by circulating hot water through your home’s walls, ceilings and floors. This method of spreading heat means higher efficiency than conventional forced air heating systems like furnaces. In this post, we will look at four reasons you may want to swap out your forced air heating system with a Bryant boiler this winter.
- Boilers don’t take up a lot of space
Regardless of the type of boiler – gas, steam, hot water, oil-fired, or electric – it’s very likely that they are significantly smaller than your existing heating equipment. Not only that, the actual water pipes are more narrow and thin than air ducts used in traditional furnace systems.
More efficient than forced air heating systems, boilers work by circulating hot water through your home’s floors, ceilings and walls. Because of the way that they spread heat, they are more efficient than furnaces and other traditional forced air heating systems. With winter fast approaching, now is the time to consider a boiler installation in your home and, while the decision can be difficult, the professionals at Metzger’s Heating & Cooling can help you make the right choice. Today, we’d like to look at five of the major advantages that home heating boilers offer. Continue reading