When done right, boiler installation and repair services will extend the life of your heating system and prevent unforeseen breakdowns during the cold months of winter. For your Illinois home, start with the helpful “Find a Contractor” tool on the U.S. Boiler Company website.
The listed contractors are independently owned and operated and are not employed by U.S. Boiler Company. We encourage you to research your options before hiring a contractor.
Your neighbors and friends may be able to give you information about contractors they have used in the past, and online resources like the Google Reviews, Angie’s list, and Yelp can also be helpful.
Most experienced professionals will also be happy to provide you with client references.
U.S. Boiler Company Offers a Quality Product
As a leading designer and manufacturer of residential boilers, U.S. Boiler Company offers steam boilers, water boilers, radiators, boiler control systems, and hot water heaters. All of our products are American-made and intended for exclusive use within the U.S. and Canada.
While we don’t sell directly to the public, we sell our products to select distributors who, in turn, sell our products to independent contractors and dealers.
Use the “Find a Contractor” tool on our website to find a local contractor in Chicago, Skokie, or elsewhere in Illinois who is knowledgeable about U.S. Boiler Company products.
When to Call for Boiler Service
Most of the time, boilers function as intended. When cared for regularly, the equipment will last for a long time. In fact, boiler heating systems generally last longer than other heating options. To care for your boiler in a manner that maximizes performance and longevity, schedule a service when you experience any of the following boiler issues:
- Leaking or Dripping – Water may come from many sources – ranging from condensation to a hole in the boiler. Have a licensed home heating professional diagnose and repair the issue.
- Kettling – Strange noises from your boiler are more than annoying. They often indicate a genuine problem that needs repair. A kettling boiler is more likely to spring a leak or suffer from a dangerous buildup of pressure that could put your home at risk.
- Pilot Light Trouble – In the past, pilot lights had to be lit and left running all day and all night so that you would always have heat available. Although some boilers still use this method, modern boilers use electronic ignition. If your boiler’s pilot light is giving you trouble, you should call a heating contractor to diagnose and repair the pilot or ignition issues..
- Lack of Heat – While pre-winter service will hopefully prevent this problem during the coldest months of the year, a malfunctioning heating system can be caused by a variety of issues and will require a professional to diagnose and repair.
Whether you need a boiler repair or installation services, find a qualified professional in Illinois by using U.S. Boiler Company’s “Find a Contractor” tool.