Don't suffer in the cold when your boiler breaks down. Let us help you with quick and reliable boiler repair and replacement services to restore your home heating. Ignoring a broken boiler can lead to more expensive repairs or even full replacement. Don't wait, call us today for emergency home boiler repair services. Trust Aire Serv® of the Mid-Hudson Valley to keep you warm and comfortable.
Discover the Range of Boilers We Expertly Service
As a leading HVAC company in Mid-Hudson Valley, we specialize in servicing a diverse selection of boiler systems, encompassing various power sources:
Residential Boiler Repair: Efficient Solutions for Common Problems
Is your boiler acting up? Don't panic! Boilers can experience various issues like leaks, breakdowns, pressure loss, strange noises, and thermostat disconnection. But here's the good news: most of these problems can be fixed through repair or component replacement.
Our expert HVAC technicians start by conducting a thorough inspection of your home boiler. With their expertise, they can pinpoint the cause of the issues and present you with repair options.
How do you know if your boiler needs repair? Look out for these telltale signs:
- The unit is overheating.
- The unit is making strange noises (like clunking, banging, or hissing).
- You notice unusual smells coming from the unit (gas leaks require immediate attention).
- The unit won't turn on or off.
- Your home lacks hot water.
Once the problem is identified, our HVAC service professionals in Mid-Hudson Valley will perform a range of repairs, including:
- Unclogging pipes.
- Fixing leaks by adjusting fittings.
- Restoring pressure or water levels.
- Flushing or cleaning the unit and its parts.
- Relighting the pilot light.
- Replacing broken components.
- Securing or restoring electrical connections.
To prevent costly repairs and maintain your boiler's efficiency, we recommend scheduling annual maintenance services. Our maintenance plans may vary depending on your system type and heating needs, which our experts can explain after inspecting your unit.
Trust our team in Mid-Hudson Valley to provide efficient solutions and keep your boiler running smoothly.
Residential Boiler Replacement
We recommend boiler replacement when your unit is beyond repair, or when your existing unit is no longer meeting your home heating needs. In this case, we’ll recommend more energy-efficient options to best fit your home.
Boiler replacement is often recommended when:
- Repairs are more frequent or costly.
- The unit is 15+ years old.
- Connected systems are taking longer to heat.
- Energy bills have significantly increased.
- The heat exchanger is failing or broken.
During our replacement process, we’ll carefully remove your existing unit and install a replacement. If you decide to upgrade your system—such as changing from steam to hot water or condensing system, or changing fuel type (electric, oil, natural gas, propane, etc.)—this process is slightly more time-consuming and likely more expensive.
Regardless of your replacement decision, our team in Mid-Hudson Valley will be upfront about costs, labor processes, and the expected timeline for installation.
Frequently Asked Questions about Boiler Systems:
How much does it cost to replace a boiler?
The cost of boiler replacement varies based on factors such as fuel type, efficiency, size, and labor. On average, replacement can range from $3,000 to $8,000. Costs may be lower for simple same-fuel replacements and higher for higher-efficiency models or changes in fuel type.
How much more efficient is a new boiler?
The efficiency of a boiler is measured by its AFUE (annual fuel utilization efficiency). Traditional boilers have a low AFUE of 56% to 70%, while modern, high-efficiency boilers have an excellent AFUE of 90% or higher.
Why is my boiler leaking water?
Boiler leaks may be caused by cracks, decaying seals, loose joints, or pressure changes. If you notice a leak, it is important to contact a professional to assess the situation and determine the appropriate residential boiler service.
Why is my boiler not heating up?
If your boiler is not heating up, there may be an issue with the ignition or another component connected to the boiler. The problem could be at the unit, thermostat, or circuit board. The Aire Serv® of the Mid-Hudson Valley service professionals can quickly diagnose and address the problem.