High-Efficiency Boilers in Kitchener and Surrounding Areas
Boilers are compact, versatile and highly efficient heating appliances that have become increasingly popular among Kitchener, Waterloo, Cambridge and Guelph property owners. They can effectively heat a small apartment or a large home. Some models can double as water heaters.
You may want to consider investing in a boiler if you’re thinking of updating or replacing your home’s heating system. If you’d like to find out more about the types of boilers we carry, contact us at Aire One Heating & Cooling in Kitchener-Waterloo.
How boilers work
A boiler circulates heat with hot water the same way a furnace distributes warm air. A conventional water boiler system uses natural gas, propane or heating oil to heat water to the desired temperature. It sends heat through radiators or other devices to warm your property. Electric water boilers use an element to heat the water as it flows past. In either case, cool water returns to the boiler for reheating, repeating the process.
Heating your home with a boiler is a healthy way to keep your property warm. Unlike a furnace, the heat generated from a boiler isn’t dry and helps maintain healthy humidity levels. Additionally, boilers don’t recirculate dust and allergens through your home. There are no filters or ducts to clean or replace.
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Types of hot water boiler systems
1. Conventional Boilers
Conventional boilers are highly efficient at converting natural gas, propane or electricity into heat. However, the process produces wasted thermal energy and vents residual heat outside. For this reason, a conventional boiler is cheaper than higher efficiency models and requires fewer parts and less maintenance.
2. High Efficiency Condensing Boilers
Condensing boilers use the fumes from the heating process to produce more usable heat, making them much more energy efficient. They’re more expensive than conventional boilers. However, you’ll save money over the boiler’s life due to reduced energy costs. They also have fewer parts, ensuring greater reliability.
3. Combi-Boiler Systems
Combi-boilers have the added benefit of also being water heaters. A combi boiler doesn’t need a hot water tank because it produces hot water on demand. This helps save energy and reduce your utility bills. Combi-boilers also don’t take up much space. Therefore, if you need a furnace or boiler replacement in your Kitchener condominium or small home, a combi-boiler may be the right choice.
Fortunately, the team at Aire One Heating & Cooling provides boiler installation in Kitchener and Cambridge. If it’s time to replace or upgrade your current boiler system, our experts can help. With years of experience and expertise in boiler installation, our specialists can advise you on the best heating solutions for your Kitchener home according to your specific needs.
Navien, IBC, and ViessmanN boilers in Kitchener, Waterloo, Cambridge and Guelph
At Aire One Heating & Cooling Kitchener-Waterloo, we sell only the most trusted names in home heating, including Navien, IBC and Viessman.
Navien’s high-efficiency condensing boilers have built-in capability to heat multiple zones and are Wi-fi compatible. Moreover, IBC boilers scrub as much heat as possible from the combustion process with efficiency ratings of more than 96 per cent. Viessmann is a global leader in efficient heating solutions compatible with mobile apps and other smart home solutions.
Boiler installation, maintenance and repair services in Kitchener-Waterloo
At Aire One Heating & Cooling in Kitchener-Waterloo, our team is dedicated to keeping your home or business comfortable all year long. We provide heating solutions for every budget and service all makes and models. Contact us today to speak with one of our experts and learn about our special offers and rebates, including the Canada Greener Homes Grant.