Hassle-Free Boiler Repair and Replacement in Edmonton

When a boiler system is running efficiently, it can be a good way to warm your home in Edmonton.

When you need boiler service, boiler repair, boiler replacement or boiler installation, McKinley Heating Service Experts has you covered. We also can work on any brand of boiler.

We’ll deliver Expert service for your heating system that you won’t experience anywhere else. Our specialists are NATE certified, meaning they are among the best in the industry. You can trust their knowledge to repair and install boilers.

At McKinley Heating Service Experts, we believe in delivering excellent repairs that we back with our one-year 100% Satisfaction Guarantee.*

Common Boiler Problems

Here are some common problems you might encounter with hot water and steam boilers. While you may be able to fix a few of these issues on your own, you may need a technician from McKinley Heating Service Experts for more complicated heat repair.

  • Thermostat isn’t accurate. Check that it’s switched to “on” and the proper settings. Otherwise, your thermostat may need to be replaced.
  • No heat. Worn-out parts, thermostat problems or inadequate water levels could be at fault.
  • Leaking or dripping. Often caused by a spent internal part, worn-out seal or corrosion.
  • Banging, whistling or gurgling sounds. Air in the system, low water pressure or looming part failure can make these noises.
  • Rumbling or kettling noise. Restricted water flow because of lime and sludge collecting in the heat exchanger. This causes water to overheat and boil.
  • Pilot light is out. Caused by a failing thermocouple, draft or built-up deposit. Natural gas could also be shut off.
  • Pressure is too low. Water could be leaking, or a pressure valve may need to be swapped out. Can also be caused by radiators that have been bled recently.
  • Condensate pipe is frozen. This pipe runs outside, so there is a risk of freezing. Thaw it by pouring warm water over it.
  • Radiators aren’t getting hot. Caused by sludge or air buildup in the system.
  • Boiler keeps turning itself off. Could be caused by several issues: low water pressure, thermostat issue, closed valve causing low water flow, air or pump not circulating water appropriately.

Skipping regular service can often lead to boiler breakdowns. McKinley Heating Service Experts can help you choose a plan that could help you avoid costly repairs—and may increase your equipment’s efficiency.

Repair or Replace Your Boiler?

There are a few factors to think over whether you should repair or replace your central heating system:

McKinley Heating Service Experts can help you decide the right option for you. We’ll take into consideration your boiler’s age, the cost to repair it and how much you could save with a more efficient unit.

Some of the most efficient systems have achieved an ENERGY STAR® rating. Plus features that remove the need for a pilot light, pull more heat from fuel and enhance safety.