We carry both residential boilers and commercial boilers, manufactured by Weil-McLain.
A boiler heating system works by heating water and then dispersing heat through a radiator. Water is converted to either hot water or steam then it moves through the pipes into the radiators and is releases heat inside the home. The water then recycles, is reheated and repeats the sequence.
Here are 4 advantages to using a boiler heating system in St. Louis area homes:
- Clean form of heating that doesn’t produce dust particles and other allergens. Since heat in a boiler system radiates out from the radiator into the air that already exists, no new air is entering the space. In forced air systems the new air is what oftentimes causes dust and allergens to infiltrate a forced air system.
- Boilers systems produce extremely comfortable, high-quality heat. Heat from a radiator infuses the room, opposed to being forced through ductwork and out a vent. This gives the radiator heat a different, fresher feeling than forced air systems, in addition, the heat is dispersed more evenly.
- Special features like user-friendly programming and zoning capabilities are a major benefit. Users can distinguish various heating zones within the home based on living space usage patterns. Programmable thermostats or our Nexia® control panel enable the automating of start-stop heat delivery as well.
- Quiet operation is another perk of boiler systems. Unlike forced air systems that produce noise as air circulates out the vents, a boiler heating system’s operational noise is confined to inside the boiler. The rest of the system is virtually silent.
You can read more about the wide range of energy-efficient, high-quality gas and oil-fired boilers we have available at Indoor Comfort Team®, here.
We offer a wide range of energy-efficient, high-quality gas and oil-fired boilers for residential heating and gas-fired, oil-fired and combination oil/gas boilers for commercial use, including in restaurants, hotels, casinos and other commercial and institutional facilities.