Boilers, Winston-Salem, NC

During the winter months, many property owners in Winston-Salem rely heavily on their boilers and heating systems to stay warm.

Boilers in Winston-Salem, North Carolina

Boilers are used in heating systems to heat water and provide warmth to the rest of the structure. A boiler is typically used in conjunction with radiators and/or baseboard heaters, delivering radiant heat that keeps the room warm. In order to work properly, a boiler needs some type of energy source to provide heat to warm the water. The most common types of fuel used are natural gas and oil. When the weather gets chilly during the winter months, many property owners in Winston-Salem, North Carolina rely heavily on their boilers and heating systems to stay warm.

Our team at All About Care Heating & Air Inc. offers a variety of services related to boilers, including repair, installation, and maintenance. We specialize in heating services for both commercial and residential customers in Winston-Salem, ensuring that you and your family or employees can stay comfortable, no matter what the weather is like outside. Every member of our team is skilled and experienced in HVAC repairs and maintenance, so you can feel confident when we’re handling your heating needs.

Boilers are critical components in many heating systems, so when yours isn’t working properly, you may notice that the rooms of your building feel chilly. Without enough fuel, the boiler may stop functioning, but a simple replacement of the oil or gas will fix the problem. Older boilers may have parts that stop working, which could require a more extensive repair. No matter what is wrong with your system, our technicians can take a closer look and figure out the best way to repair or replace the unit to maintain a comfortable interior temperature throughout the winter.
 


At All About Care Heating & Air, Inc., we offer services for boilers in Winston-Salem, Greensboro, High Point, Lexington, Mount Airy, Mocksville, Pilot Mountain, Clemmons, and Kernersville, North Carolina.