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Steam and hot-water heating systems have several benefits that aren’t often discussed.
They have few moving parts, making them more reliable and durable if maintained than newer, more complicated heating systems.
While one of the advantages of boiler systems is their long life, they should still be serviced annually to ensure trouble-free operation.
You can easily learn to check the safety valve, pressure level gauge, and water level gauge yourself, but for safety reasons more substantial heating system maintenance should be done by qualified service professional.
Add to that the fact that steam heating requires diligent regular maintenance if you expect your system to last, and it’s easy to see why many homeowners choose to replace steam heating systems with more conventional heating options.
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Boilers and radiators are not often installed in new homes, but many older residences still feature this type of heating system.
Furthermore, because this type of heating works well in multi-residence situations and larger buildings, steam heating and hot-water heating are still common in many apartment buildings, multi-family dwellings, and older business buildings.
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