If you have been procrastinating a bit when it comes to looking into getting a new energy efficient boiler system, then it’s time to do some research. Boilers are now self-contained, easy-to-operate units that produce clean energy, and not the clunky, smelly units of the past.Furthermore, your current heating system could be costing you up to 90% more than the new one that could be operating in your home. Every day that you wait to make this important new upgrade is one where you are spending unnecessary amounts of money on heating fuel, as well as possibly polluting your indoor heating fuel.Here are three reasons why you should consider installing a boiler heating system in your home:
1. Investing in a New Boiler Now Will Save You Thousands
A new boiler costs $5000 to install, but the money you will save in the future makes the investment well worth it.
If you keep the thermostat turned down, you can reduce your heating costs by up to 90%. The heated water inside a radiant heating system can retain their warmth for a long time so that both your water and heating utilities will be less expensive every month.
2. Boiler Systems Don’t Encourage Moisture and Mold
Many people fear that a boiler heating system will add moisture to the air and in turn encourage mold and mildew growth as well as ruin paper goods and wallpaper.
The air that is produced by today’s boilers is dry. Not a drop of moisture is added to the air unless you program the humidex on your thermostat to create a moister environment.
These state-of-the-art thermostats that allow you to control the heat, fan, and humidity leaves are now installed with most central air heating and cooling systems.
3. Boilers Are Better for the Environment
Boilers save natural resources and save you money because very little natural gas is used to make it operate and the water that is used is recycled inside of the system again and again.
Furthermore, clean-burning natural gas does not pollute indoor or outdoor air. A sign that your natural gas unit is not operating properly is if the gas flame burns yellow instead of blue.
A consultation with your plumber or HVAC professional can help you be much more informed about what is needed to install a new boiler in your home. Make sure the plumber evaluates your water pressure regarding psi before you agree to have a new unit installed. Renovating all of your pipes and installing your boiler at the same time is highly recommended if you want your new radiant heating system to operate at optimum efficiency.