I’ve been dealing with boiler troubles ever since I moved into this house.
I knew that the boiler was over a decade old & that I’d genuinely experience a few disadvantages here & there.
However, I wasn’t expecting the frequency of troubles or how high-priced they would be. I assumed that I’d be able to hire an Heating, Ventilation, & A/C business twice per year to service my Heating, Ventilation, & A/C system & get by with a modest utility bill, then unfortunately, my boiler has only gotten worse with age & I’ve spent a lot of currency on repairs & energy bills. After airing my complaints about my boiler to the Heating, Ventilation, & A/C dealer, they recommended that I look into replacing the boiler altogether. In fact, they told me that a current boiler was the only solution, and my boiler was well past its “due date” & my high-priced energy bills were never going to drop low enough to keep it. The boiler would consistently need repairs & I’d end up paying more on biweekly energy bills than a current boiler if I kept using it. I could not kneel the idea of paying more for my biweekly energy bills, so I had no option however to upgrade the boiler; New boilers were high-priced, however it made more financial sense to buy one then to leave the one I had. Thankfully, there was financing available to help me afford the brand current boiler. I could gradually pay off the boiler separate from breaking the bank, while reaping the benefits of a highly efficient, state of the art boiler.