Some homes are heated by hot water, supplied by a boiler. Heat is typically distributed through baseboard heaters on the walls, or tubing under the floor, and there are other options available.
Save Home Heat Company has over 35 years experience working with standard and high efficiency boilers. We have installed and serviced a wide variety of boiler designs during this time, from basic, reliable cast iron equipment that still has a strong presence in our product line, to the latest design innovations and highest efficiencies currently available.
Today's high-end boiler designs benefit greatly from lessons learned in the earlier days. Our staff's recommendations reflect that valuable experience when recommending new equipment for our customers.
Save Home Heat's extensive experience and proven expertise installing and servicing the full range of residential hot water boilers provides us a unique perspective to make truly informed recommendations for your home. We will provide you with information and options to allow you to choose the best product to fit your needs, and we'll gladly and honestly answer any of your questions in the process.
Remodels & Upgrades
If you are considering a basement finish, are remodeling parts of your home, or simply wish to upgrade older hot water baseboards or radiators, we can help. Our plumbing department would be glad to show you modern options for standard and high performance baseboard heaters, 'old style' and sleek modern radiators (including radiant towel warmers!), in-floor radiant tubing, and even fan convectors--all of which can be connected to an existing or new hot water boiler.
One of the nice things about hot water central heating systems is that you can typically set the system up to operate off of a number of independent thermostats, creating different comfort zones all around your home.
Standard Efficiency Boilers
- Efficiencies ranging from 83–85%
- Basic and reliable design
- Price conscious choice
- Lower maintenance costs
- More basic installation
High Efficiency Boilers
- Efficiencies ranging from 93–96%
- Modulating gas output for most efficient performance
- Eligible for rebates (when available)
- Sealed combustion operation—uses outdoor air for the combustion process
- Quiet operation
When replacing an existing hot water boiler, many factors may impact your decision. Among these are how many years you anticipate remaining in your home, how much money you currently spend to keep your family warm each winter, potential venting issues for higher efficiency systems, available incentives from sources such as your utility company--and of course, budget. Our estimators look forward to helping you find the best boiler match for your unique situation.