U.S. Boiler Company, headquartered in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, produces energy-saving home heating equipment that is designed, engineered, and manufactured in the USA. When you need boiler installation or repair services, we encourage you to use our contractor locator tool to find the right contractor for your project.
U.S. Boiler Company products are sold exclusively to select heating equipment distributors throughout North America and, in turn, are sold to licensed contractors who can install, service, repair, and replace our boilers and other parts of your home heating system.
Whether you live near Lancaster, Reading, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Allentown, Erie, Conshohocken, King of Prussia, West Chester, or anywhere else in Pennsylvania, our “Find a Contractor” locator will make it easier for you find a U.S. Boiler professional who services your area. Search by city, state, and/or zip code within 25, 50, or 100 miles of your home, for assistance with a boiler issue.
Suggestions for Choosing a Contractor to Service or Install Your Boiler
When looking for a reputable boiler contractor in Pennsylvania to service, repair, or replace your boiler, it’s essential to do your homework. Not every home heating contractor is a residential boiler contractor. A poorly installed boiler won’t just be inefficient, but could potentially be dangerous.
- Family, friends, neighbors, and work colleagues can be an excellent source of information. Ask them to recommend a local boiler contractor who has done work at their home.
- Read online reviews at Google Reviews, Facebook, Yelp, Angie’s List, your local Better Business Bureau, and other services that rate contractors. See how the contractor responds to both complaints and positive reviews to judge their dedication to customer satisfaction.
- Ask prospective contractors for copies of their current licenses. It’s also important to inquire about the insurance they carry to ease your mind that you and your property will be covered in case of injury or accidental damage.
- Find out which, if any, industry-related certifications the contractor holds. NATE-certified technicians, for example, are well-trained and have to pass rigorous tests to demonstrate knowledge of the installation, maintenance, and service requirements of modern heating and cooling systems.
- Ask for references. A competent contractor will have many boiler installations under his or her belt and be able to provide you with multiple references.
- Get several proposals before you hire a professional heating contractor. Quotes are usually free and are the best way to ensure you are getting the most competitive price. Be sure to compare cost, energy efficiency, and warranties. A lower price quote may not always represent the best value.
- Get a detailed written quote that explains what work is to be done and what is included in the price. And be sure to ask about warranties and guarantees, both in terms of the boiler warranty and the contractor’s work.
Your boiler is one of the most important appliances in your home. When you need reliable installation or repair services in Pennsylvania, the contractor locator on the U.S. Boiler website is an excellent resource.