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Broken Boiler? Boiler Service Saves Vermont Residents

As a Vermont resident, you already know how critical your boiler is to keeping your home warm and keeping you comfortable. Some boilers will go a lifetime without the need for servicing. However, if the boiler has no power; if the water level is low; if the pilot or electronic burner ignition malfunctions; or if the thermostat malfunctions, you'll need service.

Run These Checks Before Calling Boiler Repair

There are a few boiler problems that can be solved with just a few basic checks of your system. Bob Barnes, a professional contractor and owner of Barrow Project Management, recommends the following easy, safe steps to check your boiler before calling a boiler repair service:

1. If the circuit breaker or fuse controlling the furnace is tripped or blown, simply reset the tripped circuit breaker or replace blown fuse

2. If you notice that the pilot light is out, follow the manufacturer's guidelines on relighting the standing pilot

3. Check that thermostat is in heat mode and has the right setting--if not, try moving the thermostat setting for temperature up or down a few degrees

4. The water level should be at half full--if not, manually feed the boiler by opening up the water feed valve until the boiler pressure reaches 12 psi.

Vermont Winters Keep Boiler Repair on Call

According to the Federal Emergency Management Agency, winter storm damage in the state is a primary concern. FEMA recommends taking actions in advance--including having your boiler serviced by a professional boiler repair company. Calling on experts costs a bit more than doing it yourself, but you'll appreciate the quick safe turn time and restoration of your heat.

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Home Heating Systems

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It usually isn’t until we receive our energy bill that we remember how our home is heated. Heat is often taken for granted because for the most part our heating systems are controlled by a simple turn of the thermostat and magically we have heat! In recent times, homeowners are becoming more conscious of how much heat is used because energy costs are taking a bigger bite out of our household budgets.

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Common Air Conditioning Problems

Common A/C Problems
Most air conditioning problems are a result of flawed installation, poor service, and insufficient maintenance. However, there are several ways to check for and resolve problems associated with your central air conditioning. Common problems include the compressor failing to turn on, the air not coming out cool enough, low airflow, and water leaks.

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Energy Efficient Air Conditioning

Energy Efficient Air Conditioning
In order to get the most out of your air conditioning system, it is important to understand the different designs, components, and operating principles. Paying close attention to the proper sizing, selection, installation, maintenance, and correct use are keys to lowing your overall costs.

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