Boilers Radiate Comfort.
Many homeowners choose boilers versus gas furnaces to heat their homes for the primary reason of comfort. Radiant heat is more comfortable than forced air for the simple reason that it radiates from the floor up. The warmest part of a room heated by a boiler is the bottom third as opposed to the top third with forced air heat. Boilers provide hydronic radiant heat by heating water that is circulated through copper or PEX tubing. The tubing can be fed through large old radiators, modern baseboard heaters, or hidden in walls, ceilings, or floors. The most common way of installing in-floor heat is by laying PEX tubing on the floor and pouring concrete over it. Boiler systems are quite complex and can be used in conjunction with indirect hot water heaters.
Interstate Heating is proud to have very knowledgeable boiler technicians on staff who can handle any boiler solution, sale or repair. Along with their expertise in the general operation and installation of boilers, they are also extremely versed in the varied attributes that are often part of many boiler systems such as: venting, gas piping, copper lines, valves, bleeding the system of excess air, water quality, expansion tanks, circulating pumps, controls and more.
You can be confident in partnering with us for any of your boiler/ hydronic needs. For more information, call us at (262) 246-4772.