Capital Repairs and Installs Boilers Same Day, 7 Days A Week
Boilers use hot water or steam to heat your home, and can be more energy-efficient than other heating systems such as furnaces or electric heaters. They’re known for:
- Energy Efficiency
- Durability and Reliability
- Comfort and Quiet Operation
For boiler service in Milwaukee, call Capital at 414-316-3467.
How Do Boilers Work?
Boilers work by heating water or producing steam, which is then circulated through pipes and radiators to provide heat to a building.
Fuel is burned in a combustion chamber, which produces heat.
The heat is transferred to the water, which is contained in a vessel called the boiler.
The water is heated to a high temperature, which produces steam or hot water.
The steam or hot water is then circulated through pipes to radiators or other heat exchangers located throughout the building.
The heat is transferred from the steam or hot water to the air in the building, providing warmth and comfort.
The cooled water or condensate is then returned to the boiler to be reheated and the process repeats.
Boilers can be fueled by a variety of sources, such as natural gas, oil, or electricity. The type of fuel used typically depends on the availability and cost of fuel in your area, as well as the efficiency and environmental impact of the fuel source.
Overall, boilers are a reliable and efficient way to provide heat to a building and have been used for centuries to keep people comfortable and warm during the harsh winter months in Wisconsin.
Is A Boiler Best for You?
Whether a boiler or a traditional furnace is better for your home depends on several factors. Here are some key differences between boilers and furnaces:
Boilers distribute heat through hot water or steam, which is circulated through pipes and radiators. Furnaces, on the other hand, distribute heat through air, which is blown through ductwork and vents. Boilers can provide more even and consistent heat in your home, while furnaces can produce uneven heat distribution due to variations in air temperature from room to room.
Boilers can be more energy-efficient than furnaces, as they do not require blowers or ductwork to circulate heat. This can result in lower energy bills and less wasted energy. However, the efficiency of a boiler or furnace will depend on the specific model and fuel source used.
Boilers can have a longer lifespan than furnaces, as they have fewer moving parts and require less maintenance. However, both boilers and furnaces can last for many years with proper care.
Boilers can use a variety of fuel sources, such as natural gas, oil, or electricity. Furnaces typically use natural gas or oil. The availability and cost of fuel in your area can influence which type of system is more cost-effective.
Boilers can be more expensive to install than furnaces, as they require more complex installation and more piping. Again, the cost of a boiler or furnace will depend on the specific model and fuel source used.
Call Capital today if you would like to find out what heating source would be best for YOUR home.
Why Choose Capital?
Capital Heating, Cooling & Electric stands behind all our work. You are covered on the installation of your heating or cooling system by the following guarantees and more:
- Your 100% Unconditional Satisfaction Or Your Money-Back Guarantee
- 5-Year Comfort Guarantee
- Exclusive Lemon-Free Guarantee
- Lifetime Installation Components & Craftsmanship Guarantee
- Lifetime Ductwork Warranty
- And more.