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Perhaps the most common form of heating in New England is through heated water, sometimes called “forced hot water heating”. These systems use boilers to produce the heated water or steam by burning natural gas, propane, heating oil, or through electricity. The heated water or steam is then distributed to the areas of the home or business where it gives off its heat through radiators, radiant floor heating, or hot water coils in air-handling blower units.

These systems are popular due to their ability to be zoned, their even heat distribution, and their design flexibility. Homes can utilize the hot water to provide different forms of heating in different areas of the home. Have you ever considered how nice it would be to have warm radiant floors in the kitchens and bathrooms, and quiet fast responding panel radiators in the bedrooms or bonus room?

We offer the highest efficiency and most reliable boilers by Bosch and Buderus. These boilers offer decades of proven reliability blended with common sense design to maximize efficiency. Many of these boilers, including the Bosch Greenstar gas boiler, qualify for the Efficiency Maine rebate program.

Boilers (both gas and oil) require routine maintenance to remain efficient and reliable. Our qualified technicians can work on Bosch, Buderus, Viessmann, Baxi, Lochinvar, Peerless, Triangle-Tube, Burnham and many other commonly found boilers.  Call us today at (207) 883-1200 to set up your routine maintenance or to speak with one of our Comfort Advisors about options for updating your system.

Angelina C. from South Portland, Maine says:

“I wanted to make sure that your two install technicians are recognized for the excellent service they recently provided when installing a new heat pump system in my home.

They were:

  • Compassionate (always aware of my two elderly cats and minimizing trauma to them)
  • Considerate (wearing shoe covers so they wouldn’t track snow, etc. on my floors)
  • Knowledgeable (answering all of my questions)
  • Patient (when I kept interrupting with all of my questions!)
  • Polite (asking first and not assuming)
  • Tidy (cleaning up at the end of each day)
  • Tolerant (overlooking my eccentricities and honoring my requests)

Thank you to both to both of them for their hard work and excellent service.”