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If your home has a water heater for a heating system, then it has a boiler – not a furnace.  Boilers are ideal for those who are concerned with their indoor air quality. Do you have allergies?  Frustrated with all the dust and dirt in your home? A boiler may be the perfect home heating option for you.

There are many benefits of having a boiler versus a furnace.  Furnaces utilize a fan to blow heated air through your home.  However, one negative side effect of blowing air through your home is having the dust, allergens, and dirt be blown around with it.  A boiler, on the other hand, quietly pumps warmed water or steam through baseboards, radiators, or in-floor radiant tubing. This keeps you cozy and warm all year long, without giving you the hassle of all the dust and allergens!  As a result, the air quality in your home improves, leaving you and your family to breath cleaner, healthier air.

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We recommend Energy Kinetics, Weil-McLain and Burnham. Our personal favorite for boilers is the Energy Kinetics System 2000 boiler, an integrated heat and hot water system that offers you the efficiency you’re looking for.

Make Ace-Robbins your one-stop shop for oil or propane boiler heating! We also offers sales, installation, and repair services – all at affordable prices, for the areas of Scranton, Tunkhannock, Laceyville, Montrose, Clarks Summit, and Dallas. Contact us today at 570.836.3232.

Energy Kinetics System 2000

Upgrade your existing water heater and boiler, furnace or heat pump to a single high efficiency system engineered to deliver high performance and exceptional fuel efficiency and economy.

system2000Energy Kinetics System 2000 combines heat and hot water with a single high efficiency appliance to maximize efficiency in all seasons, with the additional benefits of virtually unlimited hot water and whisper quiet operation.

System 2000 is a multi-fuel system and runs with natural gas, propane, or oilheat, and can be converted between fuels with a simple burner change. The rest of the system stays the same.