Boiler Services

Boiler Services in Connecticut

Keep your boiler in shape with Pelletier Mechanical Services, LLC's boiler repair and maintenance

If you want your taxes done correctly, you go to an accountant; if you want your car fixed, you go to a mechanic. Why do you go to specialists? Because they have the tools, the training, the licensing and experience to get the job done. So why would you ever allow someone without experience (including yourself) to handle any work on your boiler system?

Your boiler is the main source of heat for your home; as such, it makes the most sense to ensure it is in good hands, and when you call experts like Pelletier Mechanical Services, LLC for help, you can relax knowing that we'll get it right. Our specialists have years of training that include continuing education so that we can stay up on the latest tools and techniques and our vans are equipped with all the tools we need.

The bottom line? When it comes to boilers, let us help you with the professional services you need. Contact us today to schedule your free estimate!

Recent Testimonials
  • "I will have Pelletier Mechanical back to do more work." Read Full Testimonial

    Alan T. of Waterbury, CT

    Customer Testimonial

              I needed quick service on a 45 year old hot water boiler in a 1938 house I recently purchased. While I could get the pilot light lit, nothing I did could get the boiler to fire (water was circulating). On Wednesday I contacted Pelletier Mechanical as Gary (the owner) had been out giving me estimates on the various repairs and modifications I wanted to make. While Gary was out of the office training (again), Laura his admin arranged for Bill to come out on Friday. She provided an estimated cost (right on) and a 2 hour window. Bill showed up on time and after a brief discussion get right to work. Bill spent about 15 mins. systematically determining why the flame would not light. He discovered that there the gas was not making it to the main control valve. He reset the safety shut off valve and the problem was solved. He then checked all the radiators to make sure that hot water was making it throughout the house. After we determined that the upstairs radiators were not getting hot, Bill checked the water pressure and determined that the pressure was insufficient to fill the upstairs radiators in "real time". He suggested that the culprit was the 45 year old water valve and pressure release valve which being cast iron tend to corrode and clog in time. He proposed a replacement solution and priced it out, and offered to pick up the parts and replace the valves that afternoon. I decided to wait a few weeks so I could consider replacing the entire boiler. While we were waiting on the boiler to come up to heat, Bill and I walked through the basement looking at the existing plumbing, tracing the water flow path and discussing the possibility of replacing the hot water tank with a tankless unit. (The hot water run is about 60-65 feet from HW tank to kitchen, bathrooms, etc.) Bill, like Gary, is knowledgeable and informative. I will have Pelletier Mechanical back to do more work.
    Alan T.
    Waterbury, CT
  • "Employees were very careful and did a great job!" Read Full Testimonial

    John T. of Watertown, CT

    Customer Testimonial

              They actually conducted a heat loss study to determine what size boiler I needed. Employees were very careful and did a great job! Couldn't ask for any more from a company.
    John T.
    Watertown, CT
  • "It's been about a 1 1/2 years since the installation, and everything is working great." Read Full Testimonial

    Matthew J. of Winstead, CT

    Customer Testimonial

              It's been about a 1 1/2 years since the installation, and everything is working great. Even impressed with yearly maintenance tech who took the extra time to check everything and cleaned thoroughly. About Pelletier, Very Professional, even the installers were very polite. Gary was the only sales/owner that came and did the proper measurements of the house, and evaluation of efficiency to select the proper sized boiler for our house. He provided efficiency documents.Excellent Price which even included the computer and outside sensor to automatically change boiler temps based on outside/seasons.
    Matthew J.
    Winstead, CT

What are the common types of heating outlets for a boiler system?

When some people think of boilers they think of radiators; others think of in-floor radiant heating. Both of these are correct, and that's because a boiler can use three main types of outlets to distribute heat:

  • Hydronic floor heating (radiant floor heating)
  • Radiators
  • Baseboard

One is not better than the other, and many homeowners mix the type of outlets to suit a particular space. This makes boiler systems somewhat more versatile than forced air heating systems. To know which outlet(s) is best for your home, talk to one of our heating specialists.

Should my boiler have rust on it?

Water and metal are typically not a good combination, which is why manufacturers take a number of steps to make sure the metal of your boiler system is highly resistant to developing rust. Small spots of rust aren't a huge deal with a boiler as they can often be taken care of, but if you are seeing excessive rust and corrosion on your boiler, it's time to call for help. Too much corrosion can make your boiler very prone to physical breakdown; if there is enough rust and corrosion, your boiler may need to be replaced for both function and safety reasons.

What is a circulating pump?

Steam in a boiler system will move on its own because of the pressure it's under, but hot water must be circulated through the piping of your boiler system; this is where circulating pumps come in. A circulating pump looks and works a lot like a miniature water wheel: water is caught on a small ledge and pushed forward through the system. When a circulating pump isn't working, certain heating outlets will stay cold and leaks may develop, so it's important to call for help as soon as you suspect an issue with any of these pumps.

Boiler installation

Boiler installation is complex and should always be handled by an expert. Our heating pros can help you correctly size and expertly install your boiler in Greater Waterbury. We can even zone your boiler's piping so that you can enjoy zone control!

Boiler replacement

If it's time to replace your aging, outdated boiler, we are the heating specialists to call. We can help you find an efficient system that will keep your home warm and comfortable and take away your outdated boiler so that you don't have to deal with it any longer.

Boiler repair

Is there a leak coming from a pipe in your boiler system? Is a radiator cold to the touch when it shouldn't be? We are here to help. Whether your boiler breaks down at 12 noon or 12 midnight, our experts will get your system back up and running.

Boiler maintenance

An ounce of prevention is worth a lot when it comes to your boiler, and the best way to get that ounce of prevention is by scheduling an annual maintenance appointment with one of our experts. We'll help your system be more energy efficient, run optimally and get ahead of any potential repairs!

Contact Pelletier Mechanical Services, LLC for your boiler services

Whether you want a boiler installed, regular maintenance, or simply need an old one repaired or replaced you can count on Pelletier Mechanical Services, LLC. Our experts are well versed in all manner of boiler services and have the experience you need to know your boiler is in good hands. Contact us today to schedule your free estimate! We also offe a wide variety of other heating options. Contact us today to schedule your free estimate!

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Our Locations:

Pelletier Mechanical Services, LLC
194 E Main St
Suite D
Thomaston, CT 06787