At JB Heating Services, we specialize in installing and servicing gas boilers in the local area. If you’re considering a new boiler for your home, you may be wondering how these systems work. In this informative blog, we’ll explain the basics of gas boilers and how they work to heat your home.
First, let’s define what a gas boiler is. A gas boiler is a heating system that uses natural gas or propane as a fuel source to heat water or produce steam. The heated water or steam is then used to heat your home or provide hot water for household tasks like bathing and washing dishes.
So, how does a gas boiler work? When you turn on your boiler, a gas burner ignites and heats a metal heat exchanger. The heat exchanger is a series of tubes or coils that contain water. As the water flows through the heat exchanger, it is heated by the gas burner and begins to boil.
The hot water or steam produced by the boiler is then circulated through a series of pipes and radiators or baseboard heaters throughout your home. As the hot water or steam passes through the radiators or heaters, it releases heat, warming the air in your home.
It’s important to note that gas boilers require regular maintenance and servicing to ensure they are running efficiently and effectively. If you’re considering a new gas boiler for your home, the team at JB Heating Services is here to help. Our experienced technicians can provide you with expert advice and installation services to ensure that your new boiler is installed correctly and performing at its best. Contact us today to learn more and to schedule an appointment for a new boiler installation in the local area.