Gas & Oil Boilers

Hot Water Heating

If you have a boiler in your home or building we can assist with the service work, installation, and repair work that needs to be done on your boiler system.

A boiler is a heating system in which water is heated. The main different between a furnace and a boiler is that a boiler uses water as the source to heat your home, while a furnace uses air. Once the water is heated, the boiler will use the vaporized fluid to heat your home. We service, install, replace and repair various brands of boilers and have experienced technicians to get the job completed in a timely fashion.

The main brands that we represent are Viessmann, The System 2000 through Energy Kinetics, Burnham Hydronics, Weil McLain, and Laars heating systems. 

If you are in need of heating assistance with your boiler, please contact us.

Boiler Manufacturers

Viessmann sets the technological pace for the heating industry. The comprehensive range of products and services from Viessmann offers individual solutions with efficient systems for all application areas and all energy sources.

System 2000 (Energy Kinetics), is the first fully integrated heat and hot water system on the market. Unlike conventional boilers, System 2000 is activated only when you need heat or hot water.

More and more homeowners are turning to what many consider the most comfortable heating solution, hydronic heating, which utilizes water instead of or in addition to air as the heat transfer medium. Homeowners are learning from their co-workers, friends, neighbors, and relatives that today’s hydronic heat is draft-free, quiet, clean, efficient and, above all, comfortable.

Weil-McLain, a division of The Marley-Wylain Company, is a leading North American designer and manufacturer of hydronic comfort heating systems for residential, commercial and institutional buildings since 1881. We have manufacturing facilities in Michigan City, Indiana and Eden, North Carolina, along with regional sales offices throughout the United States and an administrative office in Burr Ridge, Illinois.

In 1948, engineer Avy Miller formed Laars Engineering as a company dedicated to the concept of heating water quickly by passing water through finned copper tube heat exchangers.