Anoka Boiler Repair Services
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Boilers are an essential part of guaranteeing your home's comfort. However, they require regular maintenance and servicing to stay in working order. The best way to reduce the headache of maintaining your boiler is to learn what the signs of problems are so you can watch for them, as well as knowing when to repair or replace your boiler as necessary. Count on Superior Heating, Air Conditioning & Electrical, Inc.
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What causes boiler problems?
Boiler problems can be caused by a number of different factors. However, low water pressure is one of the most common culprits. Low water pressure can cause the boiler to turn itself off when it should be running, and it can also be the cause of strange banging noises coming from within the boiler. A lack of heat or hot water can also be attributed to low water pressure.
Alternatively, a buildup of lime scale or corrosion within the pipes can lead to problems with the thermostat and strange noises from within the machine. If you find the boiler doesn't heat up like it should, it could be due to mineral build up.
How often should you maintain your boiler?
Your boiler should be examined on a regular basis just as a preventative measure. It's a good idea to have the boiler serviced at least two to three times a year, preferably at the beginning of the season when it will be used most often. During winter, it's a good idea to have it looked at halfway through the season and towards the end.
Maintaining your boiler will allow you to stay on top of potential gas leaks and other problems, cutting them off at the source. Boilers can be extremely dangerous if not taken care of properly, but regular service and maintenance will help you identify the most common problems before they can worsen. The small fee it costs is worth it for your peace of mind.
When will your unit need repairs?
There are hundreds of reasons a boiler might need repair, but perhaps the most common is due to age. Most boilers have a lifespan of twenty years or so; if yours is older than this, it's probably time to have a professional inspect it for any potential repairs that are required. On the other hand, if your boiler has been regularly maintained and works properly, it may last for years to come.
A boiler that produces a sharp metallic odor is in need of repair. This scent can indicate a gas leak. Keep in mind that the most dangerous gas – carbon monoxide – is completely odorless and colorless. If you suspect there may be a leak, vacate your home immediately until a professional can inspect the device.
Finally, if your boiler is malfunctioning, either due to a lack of heat production or for another reason, your boiler will need to be inspected and repaired.
If you suspect your boiler is due for repairs, trust the experts from Superior Heating, Air Conditioning & Electrical, Inc. to perform an inspection. For a free estimate, call (763) 422-1721.