Boiler Repair in St. Paul
Eagan Heating Experts Service the Greater Twin Cities Area
When winter arrives, a broken boiler can be an unpleasant surprise on a freezing Minnesota night. At HomeWorks, our mission is to get you through the cold weather season with the help of our boiler repair experts.
Don’t wait! Call HomeWorks at 651-273-2450 for boiler repair services in St. Paul or anywhere in the Greater Minneapolis area!
About Our Twin Cities Boiler Repair Professionals
At HomeWorks, our highly trained and fully licensed heating technicians are committed to providing the best service possible in the Twin Cities area. With HomeWorks, you can expect 24/7 availability, same-day service, and honest pricing before the job gets started. We also offer convenient financing options in conjunction with our partners at GreenSky™
Here are the steps we take in fixing your boiler:
- Free consultation with our technician (if repairs are done the same day)
- Diagnosis of the problem
- Presentation of your options
- Same-day boiler repair
- 30-day to lifetime repair warranty
- 100% satisfaction guarantee
How to Spot a Broken Boiler
When boilers are forced to spring back to life during the winter season after months of inactivity, a lot can go wrong. A broken boiler left unattended can be not only a costly expense, but a dangerous hazard. An overheated boiler will make temperature and pressure increase at a quicker rate, potentially causing your boiler to explode in a worst-case scenario. Even if your boiler doesn’t combust, you may still be looking at internal melting, which creates toxic smoke and vapor that can permeate your house, and prove fatal if left unattended.
Common Signs of a Faulty Boiler Include:
- An unreliable pilot light
- Loud noises
- Inaccurate thermostat readings
- Low pressure
- Randomly shutting on and off
- Frozen condensate pipes
- Radiators that don’t work
HomeWorks carries all the top-of-the-line brand units, which means you know our repairs will last you for years to come. Home Advisor has also listed us as a top-rated, elite home service company. We are accredited by the Better Business Bureau and we are members of the Air Conditioning Contractors of America. At HomeWorks, we have a philosophy of putting our clients’ safety and comfort above everything else, so you can trust our experienced and credentialed boiler repair professionals with all your heating needs.
Frequently Asked Questions About Boilers
We get a lot of inquiries about boilers from homeowners like you in the St. Paul area, so we’ve compiled the most commonly asked questions we receive to help you stay informed about your home’s boiler heating system.
Should I repair or replace my boiler?
Your boiler should last between 10 and 15 years, but there are a variety of factors to consider when deciding whether it’s time to repair or replace it. If your boiler is reaching its anticipated service life, the first thing to consider is whether or not it’s still operating safely. If it meets modern laws and guidelines for safe operation, consider how much it’s costing you in inefficiency. The older your boiler is, the more likely it is to be operating less efficiently (meaning more expensive and more frequent repairs).
Can I service my boiler myself?
Short answer: no. Proper and safe boiler services require the help of a licensed and certified technician. That being said, regular boiler maintenance and service is critical to getting the longest service life and optimal efficiency from your system.
How often do I need to get my boiler serviced?
Many new boilers require homeowners to service their boiler annually to remain under warranty. While scheduling boiler services annually may seem like a hassle, it will save you money in the long run on both your electric bill and the cost of repairs. Regular maintenance will alert you to any small issues before they have the chance to escalate into larger, more expensive problems.
Why is my boiler banging?
If your boiler is making a banging noise, the issue could likely be water trapped in your boiler. This water turns to steam, expands significantly, and results in a quick and drastic increase in pressure, which, in turn, leads to the banging noise you’re hearing.
What should I do if my boiler is making loud noises?
If your boiler is making unusual loud noises, the first thing you should do is contact your local HVAC technician. A common culprit for these noises is limescale buildup within your boiler, which not only causes loud noises, but decreases the efficiency and service life of your boiler. The HomeWorks team will rid your boiler of limescale buildup and the pesky noise associated with it.
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