Heater Maintenance Service in Buffalo NY

Heater Maintenance Service in Buffalo NY and Surrounding Areas

zennerrev4Heaters are the most important components of any heating system. They convert the fuel, or any other energy form, to heat, which is used to raise the temperature of air inside a building. There are basically two types of heating systems; central air heating and hydronic heating. The former heats air, which is then transported to the room. In hydronic heating, the heater super-heats water to create hot water and steam. This heat transfer medium is transported to heat exchangers, located in different parts of the building, and back to the heater. Radiators extract heat from steam or hot water and radiates it to the surrounding air. As a result, heat is evenly distributed around the room. To ensure optimal performance and high energy efficiency, heating maintenance is needed. At Zenner & Ritter, we have been offering heating maintenance services in the Western New York region since 1930. We can help you to effectively maintain your heater.

Our Services

For nearly 90 years, we have been providing commercial and residential clients in the Western New York region with reliable, affordable and effective heater maintenance services. Our team comprises highly qualified HVAC specialists who are NATE-certified and factory trained. As a fully licensed HVAC contractor, you can count on Zenner & Ritter for the highest quality services.

Importance of Maintenance

During maintenance, the heater will be opened up cleaned, inspected and serviced properly. All moving parts will be lubricated and thermostat tested to ensure it works. Electrical connections and every other part of the system will also be checked. The burner will also be cleaned and adjusted accordingly to ensure it burns fuel efficiently. After the maintenance, you can expect the heater to operate much more efficiently, have improved performance and break down less often.

Call us today for the best Heating Maintenance in Buffalo, NY and the Surrounding Areas.