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High Efficiency Boilers

One of the most common home heating systems is a boiler, and that’s especially true for cold-climate areas like the Northeast. Boilers are fueled by natural gas, heating oil, propane, electricity or a biodiesel-oil blend, and all types typically last 15 to 30 years. High efficiency boilers get their name from the fact that when they burn the fuel, more of the heat produced helps heat the water. In other systems, a larger portion of the heat is lost during the process, but with high efficiency boilers, the heat is used more efficiently to heat the water and turn it into vapor. New systems are very energy efficient, with efficiencies as high as 98.5 percent. In fact, you may be eligible for a tax credit and/or rebate if you have boiler installation in your home.

Choosing a Residential Boiler System

Choosing a new boiler for your home is an important decision because the right fuel and model can help you cut your home’s heating bill substantially. A high efficiency, propane or gas-fired condensing boiler is one of the most economical and clean ways to heat your home, reduce your monthly heating bills, and lessen environmental impact. Shopping for a residential boiler can be confusing, and ultimately, you should reach out to a certified gas fitter and licensed plumber at Sakin Home for guidance. In them meantime, here are some factors to consider when choosing a hot water boiler and heater for your home:

What to Consider Before your Buy

Sakin Home provides expert advice and boiler installation throughout Central New Hampshire, including the towns of Meredith, Holderness, Waterville Valley and Lincoln. Please call us and talk with our certified gas fitter and licensed NH plumber for guidance on the perfect boiler for your home hot water and heating needs.

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