When winter weather arrives in Edgewater, Maryland, you may not have an easy time keeping your home warm, especially if you have an outdated boiler. Discover how the long-lasting Carrier Performance 90 Gas-Fired Boiler BW9 boosts energy efficiency and comfort in your home.
Improved Energy Efficiency
If you have an older boiler, you might have grown accustomed to low efficiency and high utility bills. Many older systems have a pilot light that is always on and an annual fuel utilization efficiency (AFUE) rating of only 50 percent. In this case in your home, the system wastes nearly as much energy as it uses.
Boilers have improved in energy efficiency over the past two decades. New boilers such as the Carrier Performance 90 Gas-Fired Boiler BW9 have an AFUE rating of 90 percent, so very little energy is wasted.
At Coastal Heating & Air Conditioning, we recommend purchasing Energy Star-certified heating and cooling equipment to meet the highest possible energy efficiency in your home. All sizes of this Carrier Performance 90 boiler are Energy Star-certified units, which will keep your family comfortable without wasting energy.
The Carrier Performance 90 boiler also features a suite of other features that help the system to optimize your comfort level. This boiler has a gas-fired hot water output, a cast-aluminum heat exchanger, and a reliable hot surface ignition. It also has a single-stage gas valve to help you warm up as quickly as possible on cold winter days and nights.
Most boilers last for an average of 15 years before they need to be replaced. The Carrier Performance 90 boiler comes with a 10-year manufacturer’s warranty on parts and a 15-year limited warranty on the heat exchanger. When you combine this warranty with our heating system maintenance services, you can depend on this energy-efficient boiler to keep your family warm for many years.
Ready to make a smart heating decision for your home? Call the Coastal Heating & Air Conditioning team today at 410-919-0110 to learn more about our boilers and heating systems.
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