At JP's Plumbing and Heating, we recognize the importance of a dependable heating system for your home. Our residential boiler services are designed to provide reliable warmth and comfort, ensuring that your space remains cozy during the colder months. Whether you need a new boiler installation, upgrades, or professional repairs, our expert team is committed to delivering personalized solutions that prioritize efficiency, longevity, and your overall comfort.
Boilers can last from 10-15 years with the proper maintenance, but there inevitably comes a time when it will need to be looked at. From water leaks and strange sounds, to the dreaded drop in performance, when your boiler is acting up, it’s time to call the professionals at JP’s Plumbing and Heating. We are proud to serve the Statesville and surrounding area with Boiler repairs, installation, and maintenance services for your home.
During your consultation, one of our experienced team members will take a look at your boiler and correctly diagnose the issue, giving you the important context that you need to make an informed decision on whether to repair or replace your system.
Precision is Key
When it comes to installing a new boiler, precision is key to optimal performance. Our skilled technicians handle boiler installations with care, considering factors such as the size of your home, insulation, and your preferences for control and efficiency. Whether you're opting for a traditional gas boiler, an energy-efficient condensing boiler, or exploring alternative fuel options, we guide you through the selection process and ensure a seamless installation that meets industry standards.
Hot Water Boilers
Hot water boilers are designed to heat water to a specific temperature and distribute it throughout a building (like your home), for either space heating or to provide the building with hot water. These systems operate on a closed-loop system with circulation driven by a pump, which ensures a steady flow of hot water which is kept at a consistent temperature. Hot water boilers operate at lower pressures than steam boilers, and are an efficient way to heat residential homes.
Unlike Hot Water Boilers, Steam Boilers generate steam by boiling water, which is then distributed through pipes to devices that require heat such as radiators and heat exchangers. The steam is used for various things, including power generation and heating. These systems operate at higher temperatures and pressures, in an open loop system, and can be used for a wider variety of applications.
If your boiler is showing signs of damage or wear, or you are considering installing a new boiler system in your home, it’s time to call JP’s Plumbing and Heating!