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When you have a boiler, you need to be well aware of the following four signs that indicate that it is in need of a repair. This way, you might be able to get your boiler running properly before it completely stops working for you.
You Are Smelling Something Strange
If you are starting to smell something strange in your home, such as rotten eggs, then you could have a natural gas leak. You and your family need to leave the home the moment you suspect that you have a natural gas leak. Call the natural gas company and have the gas shut off. You can then safely call a boiler repair technician who can help determine if your boiler is indeed the source of the problem.
There Is A Water Leak
Should you notice some water on the ground anywhere around the boiler, there is a good chance that there is a leak. You want to have this fixed promptly because the consistent loss of water will make it very hard for the boiler to properly heat the water you need throughout the home. The leak will also cause your boiler to work overtime, which could result in a higher than usual utility bills.
You Are Hearing Increasingly Strange Noises
The average boiler might make the occasional sound. However, if you are suddenly noticing that the noises are getting louder or there are new noises that you have not heard before, it might be time to call a boiler repair technician. The problem could be anything from a buildup of sludge in the system or a motor that is locking up.
The Pilot Light Is Going Out Too Often
There should not be a cause for concern if the pilot light on your boiler goes out on the rare occasion. However, if this is something that is starting to happen more and more often, you need to have it checked out. It could be that the tip of the little pipe, where the flame shoots out, is clogged with dirt. It could be that the pilot light is not properly shielded from wind that comes into your home from an open door or window. Either way, the problem needs to be addressed for safety concerns.
With the previously four signs in mind, you should have no trouble determining if you are indeed in need of a boiler repair technician.
For professional assistance with your broiler, contact a company such as Vowel Plumbing & Heating.Share