Hamilton’s Most Trusted Boiler Installation, Replacement & Sales

For over 75 years Hamilton and its surrounding area has trusted HAMCO to keep their homes warm and safe during the winter with a variety of different HVAC systems. Over our many years of service, our technicians have serviced and installed thousands of boilers, and we pride ourselves on being knowledgeable and efficient, as well as providers of the most high-quality products and service. When it comes to boiler installation, repair & maintenance, the city of Hamilton trusts the experts at HAMCO.

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Common Questions About Boiler Installation

While boilers are a timeless HVAC system, they’re often new to those who choose to install one in their home. Here are a few of our most commonly asked questions about boilers and boiler installation and our experts’ answers.

Boilers often have a lifespan of around 10-15 years, after that allotted time, they begin to break down from years of wear and tear. If your boiler is over 15 years old and is exhibiting these symptoms, it may be time for boiler replacement and installation: 

  • Your boiler is making strange sounds
  • Your home isn’t being heated adequately anymore 
  • Your boiler is requiring more maintenance and repair than it used to 
  • Your boiler smells funny 
  • Your boiler is leaking 
  • You’ve noticed an increase in energy bills

The price of a new boiler averages about $6,500, however, this is dependent on several factors including boiler size and overall efficiency. The initial cost of the boiler includes professional installation as well as a one-year warranty.

No. Unless you are a registered HVAC technician, you should never attempt boiler replacement, installation, maintenance, or repair on your own. By attempting to do so, you’re putting yourself and your family at serious risk of injury or health issues.

A boiler’s lifespan is on average about 15 years.

Even though boilers use hot water to function, this doesn’t necessarily mean that your home is going to be more humid than the average house. You may still require a humidifier if your home is particularly dry.

The size boiler that you need is dependent on several factors including the size of your home, how many windows your home has, your home’s insulation, and your personal needs. When deciding on installing a new boiler, talk to one of our many experts in our showroom or online, they will be happy to help you make the decision.

Energy Star rated HVAC systems can be up to 19% more efficient, saving you money on utility bills and reducing your carbon footprint. If you’re interested in switching to an Energy Star rated boiler, let our experts know and they’ll be happy to help you find the right system for you.

The Three Types Of Boilers 

Before choosing the right boiler for your home, it’s best to understand boilers and how they work to make an educated decision. There are three types of boilers, and while they all heat your home by sending hot water through radiators, each version is a little bit different from the others. Here’s what you need to know. 

Conventional Boilers

A conventional boiler is ideal for a large family, or a large home with several bathrooms. A conventional boiler works to provide hot water on demand for both your home heating and your home’s taps. A Conventional boiler stores hot water in a tank for later use.

High-Efficiency Boilers

A high-efficiency boiler is the most efficient option for when you’re considering boiler installation. A high-efficiency boiler sends heat directly to your home like a conventional boiler, but is more efficient and can be installed in a smaller space.

Combination Boilers

A high-efficiency boiler is the most efficient option for when you’re considering boiler installation. A high-efficiency boiler sends heat directly to your home like a conventional boiler, but is more efficient and can be installed in a smaller space.

It’s important to note that any three of these types of boilers can be either condensing or non-condensing models. A non-condensing boiler pulls air from the room it’s in, while a condensing boiler is sealed and brings in air from outside with an exterior pipe.

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