A boiler has very few moving parts, making it more resistant to breakdowns. But when you do detect a problem, call us right away.
Our expert repair team at Friendly Home Services will quickly diagnose the issue and address the problem. We work with all the major brands in the plumbing, and HVAC industry, offering 24/7 emergency repair services so we can be there when you need us.
Some indications there may be an issue with your boiler include a loss of heat, higher energy bills, dead radiators, or strange noises coming from the tank. The sooner one of our experts can inspect your boiler, the better chance of avoiding a costly bill.
Always use a professional for boiler repair jobs—safety comes first.
Boiler Repair in Salt Lake City
Similar to a conventional water heater, your boiler system continually heats the water to warm your Utah home. Like any piece of machinery, the moving parts are usually the first to fail. With a boiler, it is likely the pumps or other components that will need attention first.
Here are a few signs to watch for that may indicate your Salt Lake City home’s need for boiler repair:
- Inconsistent temperatures
- Boiler leaks
- Loud unit
- Inadequate heat
- Zero heat
- Faulty thermostat
- When we come into your home to install, fix, or perform maintenance on your boiler system, it will feel like a friend coming in to help! We are a licensed, bonded, and insured company that’s proud of our A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau.
Call Your Boiler Repair Experts Today
A properly maintained boiler will provide warmth and comfort inside your Salt Lake City, UT, home for years to come. If there ever is an issue, our repair experts at Friendly Home Services will know how to fix the problem. For repair service or questions, call 801-923-6355 or request service online today.
Friendly Home Services takes all the hassles and headaches out of the HVAC needs around your home or business. For any plumbing, heating, or AC repair in Salt Lake City, you can trust our team to treat your home like it was our own.