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Energy Efficient Boiler Improvements and Upgrades to Reduce Your Energy Costs

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Boilers can be an essential part of the mechanical systems in your home; not only providing you with heating but also hot water. This means that you will want to have solutions that can help cut the energy costs of operating your boiler all year. Solar energy, biomass fuels, and geothermal solutions will all help improve the efficiency of your boiler. Here are some ideas to help improve the efficiency of your boiler for heating and more:

1. Solar Collectors to Provide Heating Energy and Much More

Solar collection can be a great way to add energy to your home. These come in many different designs, which can collect water that is then heated with the sun. During the winter months, the collectors may be less efficient, but they can still provide thermal energy for your home heating system and hot water heater. During the summer, you will be able to rely almost entirely on the collectors for all your hot water needs.

2. Wood Boilers and Biomass Fuels for Less Costly Energy Solutions

Wood burning boilers have been around for many years, and they are a tried-and-true design to provide your home with heating. Modern designs can be outdoor boilers with computer controls that use the energy for heating systems, as well as hot water. In addition to wood, biomass boilers are another option that you may want to consider for your home. These can be furnaces, stoves, and boilers that use organic waste materials as a fuel source. The wood and biomass solutions will provide your home with a less costly fuel resource for all your heating needs. They can also be easily adapted for district heating solutions.

3. Geothermal Loops That Can Be Used for Your Boiler and Your AC

Geothermal loops are another option that you may want consider the heating in your home. These systems can be used by boilers, conventional furnaces and hot water heaters. In addition to improving the energy efficiency of heating, geothermal loops can also be used by air conditioning to reduce energy costs during the summer months. Geothermal HVAC can also be integrated with many existing HVAC systems.

With a few improvements to your boiler, you will be able to reduce your annual energy costs for heating and hot water. If you are ready to start with some of these upgrades, contact a heating service like Butler Heating & Air and talk with them about some of these energy efficient improvements for your boiler. 


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