Heating Services in Worcester and Middlesex County
The winters in our area are quite the challenge to your home comfort. That’s why you need a good heating contractor to ensure that your furnace, heat pump, or other heating system is kept up over the years. Landry Mechanical Inc can be your resource for every heating system service you need in Worcester and Middlesex County.
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- Providing 5-star service since 2008
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You can get a free estimate and next-day service for your heating system installation or same-day service for your heating repair. With our help, your home will always be comfortable on even the coldest days.
We take comfort in YOUR comfort. Schedule your next heater service with Landry Mechanical Inc.
One of the residential heating services you can come to us for is a heating installation. We can provide installations for any of the following systems:
- Steam Boilers
- Oil Burners
- Oil to Gas Conversions
- Radiant Heating Systems
- Ductless Systems
- Heat Pumps
You can always count on our team to provide 5-star service. It’s what we’ve been doing since 2008.
No matter which system you have in your home, at some point you’ll need to schedule a heating replacement. This is one of the services we can provide to homes throughout Worcester and Middlesex County. Let’s work together to get your home warm again.
Need help keeping your furnace, boiler, or other heating system working? Then book a heating repair with our team. Landry Mechanical Inc provides furnace services, boiler services, and more throughout the area. If you aren’t able to warm your home the way you want, contact us for help.
Getting a heating tune-up for your home’s heater is a great idea each year. This service is meant to help keep your system working effectively and efficiently for as long as possible. You can come to our team for your heater maintenance needs each year and sign-up for a maintenance plan for added benefits.
How long does a gas water boiler last in Massachusetts?
Cast iron gas boilers like Burnham, Peerless, and Weil Mclain boilers typically last about 15-25 years. High-efficiency gas boilers like Buderus GB142, HTP, and Weil Mclain Ultra boilers last between 7-15 years, depending on maintenance
How long does an oil water boiler last in Massachusetts?
Cast iron oil boilers like Burnaham, Peerless, and Weil Mclain boilers typically last about 15-25 years. High-efficiency oil boilers like Buderus, Viessman, and Purepro last 20-25 years.
How long does a gas steam boiler last in Massachusetts?
Cast iron gas steam boilers like Burnham, Dunkirk, Peerless, and Weil Mclain boilers typically last about 7-15 years. Steam boilers need yearly maintenance to last, as their water is very corrosive, and chemical water treatment is often needed.
How long does an oil steam boiler last in Massachusetts?
Cast iron oil steam boilers like Burnham, Dunkirk, Peerless, and Weil Mclain boilers typically last about 7-15 years. Steam boilers need yearly maintenance to last, as their water is very corrosive, and chemical water treatment is often needed.
How long does a furnace last in Massachusetts?
Depending on the level of upkeep a furnace receives, how heavily it is used, and the system's brand, age can vary between 8-15 years.
Bryant, Carrier, Lennox, and Trane furnaces typically last 12-15 years. Goodman, Ruud, and Nordyne furnace systems typically last 8-12 years. Gas furnaces may make it a few years less than all-electric furnaces due to the toll that the combustion process takes on the system.
How often do I need to change my furnace filter?
We advise making sure that your furnace filter is changed at the beginning of the heating season before you use the system at all. After that, check it regularly to ensure that you change it every one to three months. Some 5-inch wide air filters can last 6-12 months.
How can I save money on my heating bill?
You shouldn’t have to break the bank to keep your home warm! Use these tips to help you run your furnace efficiently and effectively so you can keep your heating bill under control:
- Keep doors and windows closed.
- Change your heater filter regularly (every one to three months)
- Schedule heating maintenance early in the season
- Keep your thermostat at a reasonable temperature (above 55° to prevent pipe freezing but below 70° to avoid huge bills).
- Use the sunlight to keep the house warmer and reduce the amount of work required from your heater.
What does a steam boiler do?
Steam boilers work by heating up water to boiling so that it becomes steam, and then cycling that steam through lines in the house to provide heat to radiators, radiant baseboards, or in-floor radiant heating lines.