Don’t avoid the inevitable
Boilers can be finicky pieces of equipment. In order to supplement heat to your home, it’s essential that all pipes, valves and temperature settings are working correctly to avoid the onset of potential consequences.
Boilers, like most home appliances, have a certain lifespan. Over time, valves can seize up, pipes become vulnerable to corrosion, and your entire system may fall susceptible to leaks. Just one technical failure within your boiler’s series of operations, and you’re looking at some pretty serious consequences.
Investing in a new boiler
The National Fire Protection Journal (NFPA), reports that catastrophic fires and explosions due to boiler-related malfunctions can lead to devastating physical and financial losses¹. These statistics don’t even begin to expand on countless other incidents that go unrecorded on a smaller, annual scale.
To err on the side of caution, investing in a new boiler is not only a smart choice; it can prove to be a life-saving one.