Heating systems require experienced, trained professionals for maintenance and upkeep. Finding the best available technician for boiler installation and repair services in New Hampshire should begin with a search using the “Find a Contractor” tool on the U.S. Boiler Company website.
U.S. Boiler Company is a leading manufacturer of residential boilers for the North American market. We’re proud to provide jobs to more than 300 individuals in Lancaster, PA, and we distribute high-quality, energy-efficient products such as:
- High-efficiency boilers
- Condensing boilers
- Combi boilers
- Gas boilers
- Oil boilers
- Indirect water heaters
Our products are sold to select heating equipment distributors throughout North America and, in turn, are sold to licensed contractors who install, service, and repair the boilers and your entire home heating system.
Signs You Should Call for Boiler Service
While boilers are durable systems that seldom require repair, they do need annual inspections and maintenance to prevent untimely malfunctions. The following conditions also signal that you should make a call for boiler service to keep a small issue from turning into a major problem.
- Kettling – This term refers to an unpleasant grumble or banging sound coming from the boiler. If you hear it, have your unit serviced because this small sound can signal an oncoming major issue.
- Leaking and Dripping – If your boiler or heating system is leaking, call a professional to find the cause and repair it before substantial damage is done. Unexplained water can be the result of something as minor as condensation or as significant as a flaw in the system.
- Pilot Light Problems – Today’s boilers use diverse types of pilot lights, but when you can’t get the pilot light to function correctly, a technician will be able to identify the problem and fix it quickly.
- No Heat – Failure to heat could be due to a number of factors that are impossible to diagnose without an in-person service call.
When these situations occur, make sure that you have a number on your fridge for a licensed home heating professional who is committed to customer service.
Who Will You Call?
When the time comes to call a heating professional, simply dialing the first number you locate is not the best solution. Instead, taking a little time to find the right contractor for the job will save you time and headaches.
The contractor should be capable, trustworthy, and qualified. As you check into local professionals, speak to your family, friends, and neighbors to get a feel for who has the best reputation.
The contractors listed on the U.S. Boiler Company website are independently owned and operated and are not employed by U.S. Boiler Company. In order to have a positive experience, we encourage you to research your options before hiring a contractor.
Finding the right professional for boiler installation and repair services in Manchester, Portsmouth, or other locations in New Hampshire is simple when you take advantage of the “Find a Contractor” tool on the U.S. Boiler Company site.