Boiler Service, Repair & Installation in Elk Grove Village and the Surrounding Areas
Boilers have very few moving parts, and because of this they often seem to have less repair and service issues than other heating solutions, such as heat pumps and furnaces. However, that being said, they aren’t without their problems, and some are serious enough to warrant your immediate attention if you notice an unusual behavior going on with your system. If you do notice something amiss, contact us today for Boiler Service, Repair & Installation in Elk Grove Village.
Water Tank Leakage
Far and away, the most common issue for a boiler is the main water tank itself. Leakage around the base of the tank is a telltale sign of an issue that needs to be fixed immediately to prevent further damage to your system and even your home. Our certified technicians will get to the bottom of the leak, and work out the best way to stop it and repair your boiler in the process, if possible.
Water Tank Pressure
Sometimes, water pressure spikes can occur inside your boiler. This is something that demands immediate attention, because it could be happening for a number of different reasons. Your expansion tank might have been damaged, sediment might be building up in the tank, or perhaps the water itself is overheating. If you hear an abnormal rumbling sound coming from your tank, give us a call today.
Boiler Not Producing Heat
If your boiler unit wont produce heat at all anymore, the power source is the most likely culprit. Gas-powered boilers often suffer from issues stemming from the pilot light or ignition system. If your boiler is electric, a broken heating element will also cause this issue.
Professional Boiler Repair
Identifying and fixing issues with a boiler is a task only to be carried out by an experienced technician. Proper training and experience is required in order to make sure the service and repair goes smoothly, and also to ensure that future issues are kept to a minimum, allowing you some extra peace of mind. Sadly, less credible installers will often simply provide a quick fix, resulting in even more severe issues down the road. If your boiler is gas-powered, this can quickly become dangerous due to the inherent risk of explosions and gas leaks.