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Fort Worth Boiler Installation and Repair

Boiler Installation and Repair Services in North Richland Hills

Many Texas homes and businesses rely on boilers to heat their properties. When something goes wrong, you need a dependable professional to get your system back up and running as quickly as possible. You will also rely on a knowledgeable technician to help you select and install the right boiler model for your property.  

At The AC Hero, our Fort Worth boiler installation and repair professionals are fully licensed and prepared to assist you with all major brands and models. We offer 24/7 emergency services and strive to facilitate an unbeatable response time. No matter the scope or severity of your issue, we are here for you. Our technicians will work to quickly diagnose and repair problems with your boiler equipment. Our team implements lasting, lifetime solutions and guarantees our work, so you can rest assured we will make every effort to resolve your issue or install your boiler correctly the first time. 

If you need immediate assistance with a boiler installation or repair, call (817) 631-2507 or contact us online. Se habla español.

Common Causes of Boiler Problems

If you lose heat or are no longer able to get hot water, there is a good chance something is wrong with your boiler. One of several frequently seen problems may be to blame, and one of our trained technicians can quickly diagnose the issue and get to work on a fix.

Our Fort Worth boiler installation and repair professionals can address any of the following common problems affecting your system’s performance:

  • Boiler leaks. If your boiler is leaking, a broken seal or one or more holes in the pipework may be responsible. These can result from your boiler pressure being too high and can be remedied fairly easily. Leaks can also result from the corrosion of one or more components, such as the heat exchanger. You should have a professional inspect your boiler and determine the cause of the leak. 
  • Low boiler pressure. A boiler may stop functioning correctly if its pressure falls too low. Pressure issues are often caused by leaks, but not always. If you notice the pressure gauge on your boiler has fallen below the recommended setting for your model, it is time to call The AC Hero, who can investigate the issue and implement a solution. 
  • Mineral buildups. If your boiler starts to make strange, frequent whistling noises, sometimes referred to as “kettling,” you may have a build-up of limescale inhibiting your heat exchanger. This issue can be prevented through regular maintenance of your boiler. Reducing the buildup of mineral deposits will also improve water quality. Existing buildups can be removed through the introduction of cleansing chemicals and high pressure.
  • Frozen condensate pipe. If your boiler stops functioning during the cold winter months, your unit’s condensate pipe – which is responsible for removing waste from the boiler – may have frozen. The issue can typically be resolved by thawing the pipe, but the problem can become a frequent occurrence if the pipe was installed outside or in a place where it is more prone to colder temperatures. A seasoned technician can potentially relocate the pipe to reduce the likelihood of it freezing. 
  • Boiler not syncing with thermostat. Many boilers are programmed to respond to thermostats. If your boiler no longer appears linked to your thermostat, ensure the thermostat is functioning properly and check its batteries. If your boiler still refuses to recognize the thermostat, you may need professional assistance.
  • Pilot light issues. If you have an older boiler, you may not have electrical ignition. Pilot lights may continue to turn off for any number of reasons, all of which should be addressed by a technician to avoid injury. 
  • Lack of power. When your boiler refuses to turn on at all, you may have an electrical issue if other appliances in your home are similarly unresponsive. If you are exclusively having issues with your boiler, however, you are probably dealing with a problem specific to your boiler. 

How Often Does My Boiler Need Maintenance?

Texas law requires that hot water heating boilers and steam heating boilers be examined every two years, while hot water supply boilers and potable water heaters must be inspected every three years. As a general rule, though, you should have a professional inspect your boiler annually. You should consider moving up an inspection if your boiler stops functioning correctly. 

If you have recently moved to a new home with a boiler and have no idea when it was last serviced, it is a good idea to get it looked at sooner rather than later. Unless the previous homeowner specifically provided you with a maintenance schedule, the boiler may be overdue for a thorough inspection, and you should ensure the unit is in optimal condition. Should we discover that your boiler needs replacing, we can offer recommendations on the right models for your home and assist with every aspect of installation.

Keeping to a routine boiler maintenance schedule can help you avoid breakdowns and safety concerns. Our Fort Worth boiler installation and repair technicians can catch and resolve minor problems before they escalate and trigger ill-timed breakdowns. Regularly maintaining your boiler can also extend the life of your model. Replacing a boiler is expensive, so it is in your best interest to keep your current model running as long as possible. 

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