Posts Categorized: Heating

How to Prevent Heat Loss

Even the world’s most incredible heating system wasn’t designed to heat the great outdoors. And yet, in home after home throughout the Boston area, that’s precisely what’s going on. After all, heat escapes through windows, doors, attic insulation, and several other avenues. To help prevent heat loss while bringing down your home heating costs, we… Read more »

Should I Replace My Heating System?

There’s no need to guess whether your heating system needs professional help. That’s because it will start putting out signs the moment its components begin to fail. However, it can be difficult for the average person to identify and interpret these signs. Let the team from Pann Home Services help you decipher the knocks, creaks,… Read more »

Put a Combi Boiler to Work for You

So, let’s see, your home is no doubt equipped with a furnace or boiler, water heater, central AC system – and right there you have a lot of money invested and a lot of equipment to maintain to prevent untimely mishaps. But what if you were to combine two of those systems into one for… Read more »

Enhance Your New Kitchen With Toe Kick Heaters

If every room of your home feels perfectly comfortable no matter the season, consider yourself lucky. Perhaps your home is newer or contains separate heating, and cooling zones sized perfectly and maintained faithfully. Yet, not all homes – or the people in them – have it so good. Take yours, for example. Are you experiencing… Read more »

When Should I Replace My Furnace?

Merrily you’ve rolled along with the same heating system, year after year, and you’re entirely satisfied with its performance. No harm, no foul – right? Well, yes and no. Heating systems, especially older models, have an average lifespan of 12 – 15 years. So, if you stay put in your home long enough, sooner or… Read more »

How to Prevent Heat Loss

No matter how efficient your heating system is, you definitely don’t want it heating the entire neighborhood. Yet, homes in Boston seem bent on doing just this when they allow their heated air to escape through gaps in their insulation. Whether they leave a door ajar or window gaps unfilled, Boston homeowners just can’t seem… Read more »

The Benefits of Boiler Maintenance

Most people think of their home heating system as a furnace when the truth dictates otherwise. Here’s the difference between a furnace and a boiler: It’s a furnace (or “forced air heating system”) if heat is supplied by air ducts. It’s a boiler (or “hydronic heating system”) if heat is supplied by radiators or baseboard… Read more »

Enhance Your New Kitchen with Toe Kick Heaters

If every room of your home feels perfectly comfortable no matter the season, consider yourself lucky. Perhaps your home is newer or contains separate heating and cooling zones sized perfectly and maintained faithfully. Yet, not all homes – or the people in them – have it so good. Take yours, for example. Are you experiencing… Read more »

DIY Furnace Repairs

A furnace that won’t heat up usually prompts a call to your friendly neighborhood home heating professional. But before you dial up the number, first do a little private investigating of your own.  You might just find the solution is readily at hand and save yourself some money in the process. Dirty filter – Remove… Read more »