Forced air furnaces and other heating options are great, but at Finken we also often recommend boilers to go with either radiators, baseboard heating or the ever-popular in-floor heat system!

Boilers can run off of natural gas, LP gas or electricity, and our expert HVAC team can help you determine what would be most efficient for your home or business. Let’s take a look at a few of the ways a boiler can heat your home, as well as the brands we believe in. Once you’re ready, give us a call to set up a consultation!

In-Floor Heat

Imagine stepping foot on your hardwood bedroom floor after a long night’s sleep and feeling . . . nothing. It feels like you never stepped out of bed. Or, maybe you’re stepping out of the shower, and the moment your wet feet hit the floor you get a rushing sense of . . . warmth.

These are experiences you can have daily with in-floor heat with a boiler! With in-floor heat, you not only get the benefit of always having warm feet, the heat also tends to last longer since it starts lower in the room than forced air heat, saving you money over time. Studies also show that people are comfortable setting their in-floor heat 6-8°F below what they would set forced air on, yet still feel the same or better comfort level.

Radiators/Baseboard Heating

Radiators and baseboard heaters are another way to provide consistent, precise heat for your home or business. From new construction to repairs, our team has the training and technology to get your space cozy and comfortable.

Boiler Brands We Stand Behind

We offer a variety of high-efficiency, fuel-maximizing boiler brands like Bryant, Navien, Slant/Fin and Bosch, among others.

Bryant systems are a minimum of 90% efficient, meaning they convert a minimum of 90% of the fuel into useable heat. Navien and Bosch boilers are up to 94% efficient.

The new generation of boilers is very smart, with on-board computer control to increase efficiency and save you money on your energy bill. Newer boilers are also much better at reducing the volume of NOx (mono-nitrogen oxides) released during combustion, making your home safer and more environmentally friendly.

If you’re tired of having cold feet this winter, give us a call! We’ll get right to work for you.