Your home’s boiler system has failed - what a bummer! But should you pay for the repair or look into replacing your system with a new one? If this is the first time you’ve had an issue, a repair makes sense.
I’m Ellen- I’m in my thirties and I (along with my husband) am a first-time homeowner! I also happen to work for Viessmann, a leading company in effective, economical heating systems. As their “Consumer Specialist” and writer, I’m supposed to tell you, the other homeowners out there, how to best keep your house cozy and warm without breaking the bank.
With a range of hot water heating options available, what’s your best bet? The simple answer is, there’s no simple answer. The best way to learn what type of hot water heater is best for you and your home comes down to discovering the options available, and what their claims to fame and shortcomings are.
It’s that time of year again, the days are getting shorter, the thermostat is starting to drop, and the sweaters have migrated from the basement to your closet once again. Grab a pumpkin spice coffee or a mug of hot chocolate, and take a survey on your home’s cold weather readiness - what needs to be done to prep for the incoming cold? Read on for 5 simple tips to brace yourself for winter.
Schools are out for the summer, and the winter coats are safely tucked away for the season- but those high heating bills are still in recent memory. Before they start up again, here are a few quick and easy summer projects that can help you get your house in tip-top-shape when winter rolls around again.
From boiler types, to installation teams and fuel options, there’s a lot to consider when selecting the best boiler system for your home! Here are our expert tips on things to keep in mind when getting started.