The Benefits of a Boiler Installation
Having a boiler installed in your premises or at home can be very advantageous because the boiler provides the house with hot water and keeps the house warm during extreme cold weather. It is essential therefore that everyone strives to have the best boiler system installed in their building or home. The best boiler system will be one that will increase efficiency and reduce pollution. This means that also it is important that you get the right type of the boiler for your particular building or home because different types work well in different conditions. Here are some of the benefits you can enjoy by having a boiler installed.
New Energy Efficient Boilers
New Boilers are energy efficient – boilers unlike traditional forced air systems are more efficient at heating the house. This is because water holds the heat for long and distributes it evenly and much better that air would. Also boilers do not suffer from leaking air ducts which is common in the other system. With leaking air ducts the system will have to work more to maintain an ideal temperature.
Comfortable and high quality heat – Hot air rises and therefore in the old systems when hot air was released into the house there were areas where the house was hotter than others. With a boiler however the water keeps the house warm for long and comfortably because they distribute the heat evenly.
Quiet operation – in the forced air systems, hot air was forced through the ducts and out through vents which created noise. In the boiler system the noise is confined to the area from where the boiler operates and then the rest of the house is quiet. Boilers are also sealed to ensure that they keep the noise to the minimum.
Clean heating – with a boiler no new air enters into the space being heated. The heat from the boiler radiates from the radiator and heats the air that is already in the space. This does not introduce pollutants and allergens in the air that is being breathed. In the old forced air systems, hot air was introduced into the space and this could lead to introduction of pollutants and allergens in the air which can be fatal for the user.
User programming – with the new crop of boilers the user is able to program the system so that heat is distributed as they want. A user is able to zone the heat distribution on the various parts of the house or building depending on which parts are being used more than others. This means that energy is not wasted because it is concentrated more where it is needed than where it would be wasted. Thermostats also allow for the automation of the system so it can start or stop automatically.