Do I need to replace my boiler?
Since boilers have very few moving parts, they tend to be incredibly durable and reliable throughout the course of their life. However, even the most dependable appliances will reach the end of their life eventually. Boilers generally last 15 – 25 years, depending on their use and maintenance, and once they reach that age, it is time for a replacement.
Here are some of the most common signs that it’s time to replace your boiler:
Insufficient heat – if your boiler is suddenly unable to produce sufficient heat to keep your home comfortable—especially if it did this easily previously—it’s probably time to replace your aging boiler. Most likely, it has reached the end of its rope and can’t provide you with the heat that you need.
Uneven temperatures – in addition to insufficient heating, you may also notice that your boiler is unable to maintain consistent temperatures from one level of the home to the next—or even from one room to the next.
Strange noises – if there are strange noises coming from your radiator or boiler, this is something that needs to be inspected by an HVAC professional. That way, they can tell you what’s going on with your boiler and help you figure out the best way to solve your problem, whether it’s repair or replacement.
Age – most boilers last between 15 – 25 years, depending on the quality of their installation and the maintenance they received. Once your boiler gets in that range, it’s just naturally going to start to deteriorate.
Is your boiler showing signs that it’s reaching the end of its days? Contact Arctic Air Conditioning for boiler replacement in central New Jersey. We service every in Monmouth, Middlesex, Mercer, and Ocean County.