Protect Your Investment & Avoid Expensive Repairs
Homeowners in Milwaukee, WI depend on their boilers to keep their homes warm every winter. D&M Heating and Air Conditioning offer professional boiler maintenance services to ensure your home stays warm and you don’t encounter any unexpected surprises. Gas boiler maintenance is essential to ensure your system is working correctly and allow our technicians to catch any minor issues before they become more significant and costly problems. Learn more about our boiler maintenance services and get in touch with us to request a quote.
What Is Boiler Maintenance?
Boiler maintenance services are essential if you want to save money and extend the lifespan of your home’s boiler. The team at D&M Heating and Air Conditioning is proud to offer affordable boiler maintenance services in Wisconsin. Just as your air conditioner need to be tuned up and inspected on a regular basis, so does your home’s boiler. Boiler preventative maintenance includes a thorough inspection to ensure all components of your boiler are working correctly. Heating boiler maintenance also includes catching minor issues early, so they don’t cost you more money down the road. We are proud to visit your home and perform boiler service if you live in Milwaukee, Waukesha, and the surrounding areas, such as, but not limited to:
- New Berlin
- West Allis
- Oak Creek
- Hales Corners
- Whitefish Bay
Comprehensive Boiler Maintenance & Tune-Up Services
We do it all when it comes to boiler maintenance and tune-up services. In addition to residential boiler maintenance. Our thorough boiler maintenance checklist allows us to inspect every aspect of your boiler system from top to bottom. Our NATE-certified technicians will ensure your boiler is performing at its best. Our routine maintenance on a steam boiler includes checking and cleaning all components, including, but not limited to venting, burning, pilot, sight glass, high-pressure safety and low-pressure safety valves, fill valve, castings, and all wire connections. Our routine maintenance on a gas hot water boiler includes:
- Checking the burners and pilot
- Checking the castings
- Checking all safeties and wire connections
- Checking the PSI and adjusting pressure if needed
- Checking the expansion tank and drain if needed
- Checking the pump condition and amperage and adding oil if needed
- Checking valves and dampers
- Checking the thermostat
When to Call for Boiler Repair
Knowing when to contact our professionals for boiler repair is critical. The most important thing you can do to prevent expensive boiler repairs is to schedule routine boiler maintenance services. After that, it’s essential that you know when to call for boiler repair because not catching a problem early can make it worse and cost you money. Boiler problems will not get better on their own, so it’s essential to contact us right away if you experience any of the following signs:
- Noise – Any loud banging or rumbling noises indicate that your boiler may have mineral buildup from hard water.
- Leaking – A leaking or dripping boiler can be a signal of corrosion in your tank.
- No Heat – A boiler that fails or struggles to heat your home could be from a broken thermostat, broken pump, or faulty pilot light or electric ignition.
- Pilot Light & Ignition Issues – Problems with your boiler’s ignition system or pilot light can result in a loss of hot water.
Why Contact D&M Heating and Air Conditioning?
The team at D&M Heating and Air Conditioning offers annual boiler maintenance, so you don’t have to worry about your boiler performing at its best. These services are critical to extending the lifespan of your boiler, keeping you comfortable in your home, and potentially saving your money on electric bills. Contact us today to request a quote or schedule an appointment.
HVAC Installation and Service Area in the Greater Milwaukee Area
D&M HEATING AND AIR CONDITIONING INSTALLS, REPAIRS, AND MAINTAINS HVAC SYSTEMS IN MILWAUKEE COUNTY.
Because we work on most brands of boilers and ductless split units-we try and maintain a stock of parts to service these units.