Boilers are hardy and reliable. They heat water, and then distribute hot steam or hot water to rooms through a series of pipes. Boilers can be fueled by:
- natural gas,
- heating oil,
- biodiesel-oil blend.
But like any other type of equipment, boilers have a lifespan, and selecting a new boiler system could be hard. The cost of replacing a boiler usually includes all lines and wiring needed for the new system and disposal of the old unit. Here are major factors that affect boiler installation cost:
The boiler’s size is as important as its efficiency. Price rises with size. If it’s undersized, it won’t work efficiently, and the oversized boiler will unnecessarily increase your bills.
When selecting a new boiler, such factors as the number of people in your family and your daily hot water requirements should be considered.
The more efficiently the unit uses fuel, the higher its cost will be when size and performance are equal.
Using the online resources available to consumers makes it easier to check the cost of boilers for home heating in Canada, and select the one that fits into the homeowner’s budget. Our experts can determine the type and size of boiler that is right for your home. We will consider your home’s foundation, wall thicknesses, insulation values, air filtration, and more.
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