Boiler Repair & Replacement
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We have the licensed, trained plumbers certified for boiler services you need for boiler maintenance, repairs, replacement, and new installations. Whether for heating or processes, our commercial and industrial experts have you covered with quality workmanship at economical rates. They're experienced with manual and digital control systems as well as low NOx and ultra-low NOx systems for breweries, hotels, office buildings, retail, schools, and more. We're ready 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, with emergency response boiler repair services to keep you in operation.
Minor leaks, noises, and reduced output also call for prompt service before things get worse.
Radiant Heating Systems
Is your heating system ready for winter? Whether you have a radiant heating system, a furnace or are looking for oil-to-gas conversion, you can count on the expert technicians at JPI Plumbing & Heating Inc. Our technicians are qualified with the knowledge, experience, and state-of-the-art equipment. When you call our heating experts at JPI Plumbing & Heating Inc., you are not only getting a trained technician but also the biggest value for your money. Do not worry if your heating system goes down; we are available 24 hours for emergency service. From noisy heating systems to total equipment failure, we handle everything and are committed to getting the job done right.
Gas And Electric Heating Systems
No hot water is a rude awakening. And not having enough when you need it is more than annoying. Gas water heaters require everything in a long chain of devices to work properly. The pilot light may have blown out. Or if your model has electronic ignition, that circuit may have failed. The thermocouple is a safety feature that signals that the pilot is lit and allows the burner gas to turn on. If it's failed, the gas valve can't open. That's a common problem. Or you may have a bad gas valve, or the thermostat may have failed. And a burner that's out of adjustment, a partially clogged vent, sediment, or scale can dramatically reduce output. Or you may have noticed discolored or smelly hot Water. Or perhaps strange noises from the tank.
Both gas and electric water heaters have a protective anode rod that can become depleted, leading to corrosion and rust-colored Water. Sediment inside the tank can lead to bacteria growth and odors. And make strange noises when it breaks off and falls inside the tank. A failed dip tube lets incoming cold mix with outgoing hot so that your hot Water never seems hot enough.
Then there's leaks. The pressure relief valve is a common culprit and is replaceable. Other connections and valves can also be repaired. But if the hot water tank is leaking electric and gas water heaters must be replaced.
Yes, it can get complicated, but our troubleshooting expertise means fast diagnosis and our well-stocked trucks mean that most of our gas water heater repairs are a short single visit.
Tankless Heating Systems
Everyone's used to tank water heaters. A gas burner or electric resistance elements heat up a large tank (typically 50 gallons or more) and keep it hot until you're ready to use it. The burner can't keep up, so if you use too much, you run out of hot water and must wait for the heater to recover.
Tankless technologies use a burner with a high-performance heat exchanger or an electric element matched to a flow rate (typically 3-10 gpm, gallons per minute) and heat only the water you use as you use it. Today's showerheads use some 2-3 GPM, so you never run out of hot Water. Commercial installations can bank multiple units for just about any flow rate needed. Without a big tank, these designs are also extremely compact.
Both gas and electric models are available, and they can be sized for a whole house or a single point of use.
Electric units don't require venting; their small size means they can be installed right where you need hot Water. You'll get it nearly instantly without wasting time and Water. Plus, up to some 30% in energy savings.
As with tank water heaters, gas models cost less to operate. But they require an exhaust flue and often need an upgrade to a larger gas line. So they're most commonly used as whole-house heaters. Energy savings can be as high as 30-40%, and hybrid models with a small tank can achieve an amazing 95% efficiency.