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HVAC emergencies happen when you least expect them. Contact the professionals at Thermal Services to take care of the job if you’re dealing with an emergency. We have the necessary skills and tools to fix your system so you can safely use it once again. Call the Thermal team at (402) 397-8100 to get emergency HVAC services in the Omaha Metro and the surrounding areas. We do not offer emergency plumbing services. 

Boiler in Your Home?

If your home has a boiler with a few “kinks” you may want to begin thinking about whether or not it is in your best interest to repair it or begin looking for a new one.  Sometimes repairing an old unit is not worth it. You may end up putting a lot of money into a system that doesn’t quite hold up to today’s standards.  Depending upon your individual situation it might be a better deal to simply purchase a new one.

One thing to keep in mind is that if you decide to invest in a new boiler, it may not fit perfectly in with your old set-up.  Therefore, it is best to have the whole system evaluated prior to making a final decision to ensure that everything is working optimally for you and your home.  There are two major decisions to be made with a new boiler:  zoning and water-heating.


Zoning your home means that specific areas of your home can be regulated and isolated from others.  Therefore, certain areas can be kept warmer or cooler than others. With a new boiler you can make the decision about how you want your home to be zoned, so you can set a temperature depending on the need in that room.  For example, if one room has a tendency to be chilly, the thermostat will have hot water come to that area of the house to heat it right back up!


The decision that must be made with a new boiler is whether you have a water heater with a tank or a tankless hot water heater. The tankless water heater heats up water based on need and does not maintain a tank full of warm water.  This means that you do not heat up water that you do not use.  A water heater with a tank can typically hold up to 19 gallons of hot water.  These tanks are very heavily insulated to keep that heat locked in.

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