If your commercial facility relies on a boiler for its heating, an emergency breakdown can completely shut down production. Extremely cold temperatures can cause damage to other structures within the facility, such as the pipes,, ductwork, and other aspects of the heater. When you are experiencing problems with your commercial heating system and think it’s time for a new unit, call our team of skilled technicians for prompt, reliable boiler installation.
Our courteous, dependable Linc Service® Certified technicians are trained to provide a wide range of heating services for all types of boilers, making them uniquely qualified to perform installations. We proudly serve just about any business that uses a boiler for heating and air conditioning in the Piedmont Triad, including Greensboro, Winston-Salem, and High Point. If it’s time to replace your old heating and cooling system, trust Superior Mechanical with all your HVAC needs.
Quality North Carolina Commercial Boiler Installation
If you have an older commercial boiler that needs to be replaced, or you are ready to install one for the first time, contact Superior Mechanical. We install commercial boilers and thermostats in Greensboro, North Carolina, and its surrounding areas. Our team of experienced commercial HVAC technicians and engineers are standing by to answer any questions you may have. Take advantage of our free cost estimates and schedule an appointment today!
Boiler Installation FAQs
Emergency breakdowns in your heating and cooling systems can be prevented by spotting potential problems as soon as they develop. Below are some signs that your boiler is malfunctioning and either in need of HVAC repair or replacement. It’s important to seek professional help when you notice these signs, or you could risk needing an expensive emergency service or boiler replacement down the road.
- Failure to produce adequate heat, or any heat at all, may be a sign that sludge deposits have built up within the system.
- Visible leaking or puddles of water outside of the boiler.
- The heating system is not responding to the requirements of the programmable thermostat
- Unusual noises coming from the boiler or heat pumps, such as “clunking” sounds. This may indicate iron deposits within the boiler, which can cause overheating or failure.
- A yellow or orange flame, rather than a clear blue one.
- A strong, metallic odor coming from the boiler through the ventilation. This may indicate a gas, oil, or carbon monoxide leak.
- Boiler pressure that suddenly rises and drops.
- Strange ticking noises when your water heater starts up.
- Age. As a general rule of thumb, all boilers need to be replaced every 15 - 20 years. If you do not remember the last time your boiler was examined, it is most likely due for preventative maintenance services. At the time of inspection, the technician will be able to determine if your heating equipment requires heating repair or installation.
The cost of installing a new commercial boiler will depend on several factors. Our technicians and engineers will evaluate your existing boiler system, the heating-cooling needs of your facility, the size of your facility, and more. If your existing heating system uses a furnace now, your HVAC contractor will decide if a boiler might be a better option to save on energy costs. We work with your budget and HVAC needs to install a boiler that’s right for you.
If your commercial boiler runs just fine, you can typically expect its lifetime use to be about 15 - 20 years. However, normal wear and tear, as well as seasonal changes, can wreak havoc on heating systems. You may need to replace your old boiler with a new one before its average lifespan is up - especially if you notice signs of malfunction. To prevent premature replacement or repair service for your HVAC system, schedule preventative HVAC maintenance.
Unless you’re a licensed, insured, and trained boiler installation technician, you shouldn’t install your own commercial boiler. This is a case when a YouTube DIY video tutorial should not be used. Because many boilers hook up to gas lines, it’s incredibly dangerous to attempt an installation by yourself. If you’re in need of emergency service or a new boiler, contact Superior Mechanical at (336) 498-7609 to schedule a service call. Our air conditioning and heating specialists are available around-the-clock to get commercial facilities up and running quickly, minimizing downtime.
The closer a boiler gets to the end of its lifespan, the more likely that it is no longer operating at a high efficiency and is possibly affecting your indoor air quality. By installing a newer model or investing in an energy-efficient boiler, commercial facilities can reduce their energy bills; saving on operational costs. Our professional technicians can help you choose the right boiler for your energy needs and budget. Simply give us a call and we’ll walk you through several options, equipment costs, and timelines.
If you have spotted any of the above signs, or any other issues with your heating and air system, and live in or near the Greensboro area, give us a call today for an emergency boiler service now. We offer estimates and are ready to install a new boiler as soon as possible. Superior Mechanical experts provide commercial HVAC installation you can trust.
We understand that HVAC problems often strike when you least expect them. That’s why we are committed to providing around-the-clock availability to accommodate any HVAC emergency you may experience. Our HVAC contractors are always punctual, prompt, and courteous. We arrive on time and finish on time—every time.
With our HVAC Repair Policy, You can count on our team to complete your service with accuracy and skill. Our goal is to provide a repair that is effective, lasting, and permanent. That way, you never have to call us out for the same issue twice—as much as we love seeing you.
As a business owner, you have enough on your plate not having to worry about your HVAC maintenance needs. Allow us to lift the burden from your shoulders with preventative maintenance services and cleanings. Our heating, air conditioning, ventilation, and plumbing services will keep everything in your business running smoothly.