Ready to replace your boiler?
Own an older boiler and are unsure whether you’re ready for a new model? A modern, high-efficiency furnace has many benefits including:
Lower energy bills
High-efficiency boilers have a higher AFUE rating, meaning they use less fuel to heat your home, saving you thousands in utility costs long-term. You’ll notice a difference from the very first gas bill you receive after installation.
Modern boiler models deliver comfortable heat during regardless of weather or climate. Rather than constantly running at high speed, the boiler can be set to run at a lower speed when needed and deliver more usable heat at a constant temperature.
High-efficiency boilers are usually much quieter than standard boilers and are designed to reduce the operational noise. They don’t have to work as hard or burn as hot to heat your home.
Service you can trust.
We have over 20 years of experience with boiler installs in Ontario.
Service you can trust.
We have over 20 years of experience with home boiler installs in Ontario.
Why choose Air Point?
With AirPoint, you’ll get value, quality and best-in-class services that you can trust from industry-leading HVAC professionals. You’ll also get:
Should you rent or buy?
Depending on your needs, one option may be better suited for you. Here are the benefits of each:
Book your assessment today
Call us to schedule your assessment with one of our home care consultants
A home care consultant will perform an assessment and recommend next best steps.
The home care constultant will conduct a second inspection and answer any final questions prior to next steps.
Our install, customer care and quality-control team will create your complete step-by-step installation project plan.
Things to consider before you buy:
Prioritize indoor air quality
With your boiler upgrade, consider installing a HEPA air filtration system, ultraviolet (UV) light system or ventilator to make the air inside your home safer and cleaner.
Get your ducts cleaned
Dust and debris add-up in your vents reduce optimal function of your boiler and restricts air flow. Keep your ducts clean to boost energy efficiency and keep your system running optimally.
Managing your boiler
A healthy running boiler is dependant how well it is maintained. It is recommended to have your boiler checked at least twice a year for optimal performance.
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Boiler Installation FAQ
The following factors are the reason our company’s boiler installation services are the best:
- Expertise: Your boiler will be installed by experienced professionals who have the knowledge and skills to do the job right. Our technicians are highly trained and experienced in boiler installation, and we have a 5 Star track record of delivering high-quality work to our customers.
- Attention to detail: Proper installation is crucial to the performance and efficiency of a boiler, so it is our main priority to pay close attention to detail and follow best practices. Our technicians take the time to carefully assess the installation site, follow proper boiler installation procedures, and check for any potential issues before completing the installation.
- Quality materials and equipment: We use only high-quality materials and equipment to ensure that your boiler installation is reliable and long-lasting. Our technicians are trained to properly use and maintain them to the highest standards.
- Customer service: We’ve been providing excellent customer service for over 25 years. Our customers rely on our services to keep their homes comfortable and we have exactly what it takes. We are responsive, friendly, and helpful to our customers, building trust and loyalty.
- Pricing: Our customers always get a fair and competitive price for their boiler installation. Our boiler pricing is transparent and reasonable, and we provide each and every customer with the value that they deserve, only the very best.
The three types of boilers are combi, system and standard.
Combi: These are the most commonly installed boilers. This type of boiler combines a water heater with a central heating system.
System: Requires an external water tank to store hot water and heats all the water directly.
Standard: Require hot and cold water tanks and are most suitable for older homes with existing heating and storage systems.
A boiler typically lasts between 10 and 15 years. If you take good care of your boiler, it may last longer.
When repairs become too costly or start piling up, it’s time to replace your boiler. Investing in a new boiler now will save you money in the long run if your repairs are already becoming costly.
Boiler replacement should be guided by a qualified technician.
Clear the area directly around the old boiler and make sure the nearest exit is easily accessible. During construction, utilities such as water, gas, and electricity will be temporarily out of service. Ideally, you should plan your installation well in advance to avoid an emergency mid-Winter.
When a new boiler and its accessories have been determined, the ordering process will begin, and a date will be set for the installation.
On the day of installation, the contractor will prepare the area for the new unit and protect the surrounding area.
The old boiler will be removed and the pipework will be reconfigured for the new boiler. All necessary accessories and utilities will be connected to the boiler.
Post-install, the contractor will register the boiler and conduct a system test. You will be walked through the troubleshooting and monitoring basics of your new system
Hot water boilers heat your home by using hot water which is distributed through pipes.
Steam boilers heat your home with steam to heat radiators in your home.
Furnaces heat your home by distributing hot air throughout the duct system and releasing it through the vents
Installation takes one full day. Approximately from 8 AM to 4 PM. Every installation follows a rigorous process. Once the boiler is fitted, there are also safety checks to be completed by the installer.
At the top of the boiler, a barcoded sticker displays the serial number. If the boiler has been installed by a professional, it should be included in the Benchmark certificate.
Water usage: if you live in a large family home, you’re likely to use more water than a single occupant in a home. In general, conventional boilers are better suited to meeting higher water demands, while combi boilers are suited to lower water demands.
If you don’t have enough space for a hot water tank side by side with your boiler, a combi boiler doesn’t need a hot water tank, making it a good choice for saving space.
A new boiler should be installed in the same location as the old one for ease of installation and minimal disruption of your life. As long as it has the correct pipework, you can install it almost anywhere, but most people choose their kitchens.