Boiler Repair & Installation in Stamford & Surrounding Areas

Keep Your Boiler Running

A properly functioning boiler is key to keeping your home warm during cold Connecticut days. If your boiler is not working as well as it should, you may need a small repair or a full replacement depending on the severity of the problem. At Comfort Masters, our expert plumbing and heating technicians can identify the problem and help you determine if your boiler can be repaired or if it is time to replace your system. You can count on our team to take care of your boiler problems and restore heat to your home.

We offer boiler repair, installation and maintenance in Stamford and the surrounding areas including Cos Cob, Darien, Fairfield, Greenwich, New Canaan, Norwalk, Old Greenwich, Riverside, Weston, Westport and Wilton. Give us a call or click below to schedule a service. 

Signs of a Boiler Problem

A malfunctioning boiler can be a potentially dangerous problem. Call us today if you notice any of these common problems with your boiler.

  • You have hot water but no heat.
  • You have no hot water and no heat.
  • The boiler is leaking water.
  • The boiler is making strange noises.
  • The boiler switches itself off.
Boiler Maintenance

Keep your boiler operating with a regular maintenance schedule. Boilers go unused during the summer months and need maintenance to ensure the system will operate correctly during cold Connecticut winters. During boiler maintenance service, our heating and plumbing technicians will examine your boiler for any signs of corrosion or leaks, check the system controls and clean the internal parts as needed. Boilers should be serviced annually to prevent safety concerns and potential failures that result in high heating bills. Also, many boiler warranties require owners to follow a proper boiler maintenance schedule, otherwise, the warranty will be voided. When it is time for your annual boiler maintenance, you can rely on Comfort Masters to provide you with the best service to keep your boiler functioning.

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