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Commodore group is a licensed HVAC contractor , we can help you with any boiler services. if you are interested in a change of your heating systems or maybe something a little more energy efficient, then you are at the right place, We at Commodore Group Boiler Repair company are your answer for boiler repair, maintenance, and installation across the Toronto GTA Ontario. Our Toronto licensed HVAC Techs are heating masterminds, guaranteed to devise and maintain the proper level of comfort in your building. We have the experience to work on any make & model of any gas boiler. We provide gas boiler emergency services & repairs 24/7 on call , whether after hours or weekends, we are committed to 100% customer satisfaction, our licensed G1 gas fitters, master electricians & licensed Commercial HVAC team can handle any technical issue. we service the greater Toronto area in Ontario, some of the basic problems of any boiler are:

  • Gas Meter Is Faulty or Leaking
  • Radiant System Is Leaking Water
  • Gas Line Is Leaking
  • Boiler need Chemical Treatment
  • Boiler’s Combustion Chamber Dirty
  • Boiler’s Components are rusted
  • Boiler needs Combustion Analyzing
  • Boiler’s Drain valves blocked, Boiler Refractory
  • Boiler’s Back-flow Valve replacement
  • Defected Boiler’s Water Circulation Pump
  • Boiler’s Safeguard Controls & Burner Change
  • Boiler’s Heat Ex-changer plugged
  • Boiler’s Heat Ex changer is leaking
  • Boiler’s Aqua-stat thermostat defected
  • Boiler’s Circulation leaking water
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Residential Boiler Repair & Installation in Toronto GTA Ontario
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Commercial Boiler Repair, Installation & Replacement Services

Commercial Boiler Repair & Installation in Toronto GTA Ontario
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Industrial Boiler Repair & Installation in Toronto GTA Ontario

Boiler Services: Advantages Of Boiler Installation

If you were in the older Toronto GTA buildings, furnaces and heat pumps still seem to be the most popular. But boilers provide many different heating advantages that homeowners may be looking for. It’s our job not just to service our Toronto neighbours, but also to inform them so you can make the best decision for carrying out your vision of ultimate comfort. A few of the benefits of boiler heating will include:

  • Containment of moisture in the air: Because it’s a water-based heating system, it keeps a moderate level of humidity in your indoor air, which can provide health benefits.
  • Radiant heating: As opposed to forced-air heat, boiler heat naturally distributes to all areas of a room, including the floors and surfaces, providing maximum comfort.
  • Extended easily: You have the power to extend this heating system simply by installing conduits underneath the surfaces of patios, garages, walkways, and even driveways.

Boiler Repairs: Signs You Need A New Boiler

A well-maintained boiler can heat a home for several years without issues. Unfortunately, like any appliance in your home, it will eventually reach a point where it will need to be replaced. To avoid an uncomfortable and chilly breakdown, it is important to be mindful of the signs of boiler failure and call a licensed professional if first sign your boiler may be nearing the end of its lifespan.

  • Your boiler is more than 10 years old
  • Your boiler no longer has a blue flame
  • You notice strange smells coming from your boiler
  • Your boiler makes loud noises
  • Your boiler frequently needs to be repaired
  • Your boiler takes a long time to heat up
  • Your boiler’s fuel costs are rising
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Call Us for Any Boiler Repair Emergency service, We Are Available for Any Boiler Emergency Service We Are Commercial Mechanical Contractors Commercial HVAC Contractors Servicing the High Rise Condo Buildings, Commercial and Industrial Buildings.

Reliable Boiler Repair & Maintenance Services

When temperatures drop in our great city, it’s more than an inconvenience – it’s a safety concern. You need quality repairs, and you need them fast. We at Commodore Group are just the team to call for your boiler repair in Toronto Gta Ontario. The best way to avoid these crises, however, is to periodically apply our maintenance services to your boiler to make sure it’s running efficiently and to catch these major malfunctions before they occur.

  • Cleaning air vents and flues
  • Checking boiler water levels
  • Inspecting for gas or fuel leaks
  • Boiler de-scaling
  • Lubrication of moving parts
  • Tank flushing
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We Service the Best Brands of Boilers in North America

  • American Standard Boilers
  • Bosch Boilers
  • Slant-fin Boilers
  • Westinghouse Boilers
  • Lennox Boilers 
  • Burnham Boilers
  • Triangle Tube Boilers
  • Viessmann Boilers 
  • HTP Boilers
  • Williamson-Thermoflo Boilers 
  • Buderus Boilers
  •  Dunkirk Boilers
  • Weil-Mclain Boilers
  • Peerless Boilers
  • Biasi Boilers
  • Hydro-smart Boilers
  • Laars Boilers
  • Baxi Boilers
  • Crown Boilers
  • Lochinvar Boilers
  • Navien Boilers
  • Ny Thermal Boilers
  • Utica Boiler Repairs 

FAQs: Boiler Services

  • Boiler leaks. One of the most common boiler issues is a boiler leak. …
  • Hot water but no heating. …
  • Low boiler pressure. …
  • Boiler kettling. …
  • Frozen condensate pipe. …
  • Boiler not responding to thermostat. …
  • No heat or hot water. …
  • Boiler keeps switching off.
  • Thermostat – The first thing to check when boiler troubleshooting is the thermostat setting. …
  • Fuse box or circuit panel – Check the fuse box or circuit panel for a blown fuse or tripped breaker.
  • Standing pilot – If the boiler uses a standing pilot light, check to make sure it’s on.

Is Your Boiler Losing Pressure But There’s No Leak? In 99% of cases, a boiler losing pressure means a leak — it’s as simple as that. Unless the dial sits at 0 even when topped up (which could be a sign of a faulty pressure gauge), there’s a leak somewhere – even if you can’t see it in the boiler or the heating system

The most common reason for your gas boiler pressure being too low is either a water leak somewhere in the system or reduced system pressure as a result of bleeding a radiator.

The general rule of thumb is, anything over 8-10 cycles per hour can be considered excessive. This can vary, depending on your facilities unique circumstances and more could be “normal” and fewer could be “excessive”. Boilers can cycle for a variety of reasons.

It could be a component, such as the heat exchanger or an internal thermostat, in which case you should not attempt to fix it – call a gas engineer who will be able to assess the situation and recommend a repair or replacement. … Once everything cools and the boiler re-starts, it will fire up for a pre-heat cycle.

If you bled your radiators recently, you may have lost some pressure. That’s because, when you bleed a radiator, air is released, which lowers the pressure in your boiler system.

Should you bleed radiators with heating on or off?Should I be bleeding radiators hot or cold? Always make sure your central heating system (your boiler) is turned off and your radiators are cold before attempting to bleed them. When turned on, your radiators contain hot water, and you could be at risk of scalding yourself if you bleed them at this time.

  • Switch off your boiler. …
  • Find your filling loop. …
  • Check to see whether the filling loop hoses are securely attached. …
  • Use a screwdriver to open the filling valves. …
  • Close the filling valves when the pressure gauge reads 1.5 bar. …
  • Switch the boiler back on.

All radiators require bleeding to remove air bubbles that form periodically during the life of a system. … It can occur when new water enters the system from the expansion tank or when a routine maintenance is carried out. It could also be ‘created’ by the movement of the central heating system pump as it turns.

Usually, when modern boilers need resetting they will display a fault code or begin to flash a red or green light. These signals indicate that your boiler senses a problem, which is why it has stopped working and needs to be reset.

The noise itself is usually due to a build-up of sludge in your radiators or pipes, which becomes louder as the pump circulates the water in the central heating system. … Air bubbles trapped in the water of your central heating system expand and collapse, which can cause clicking noises similar to this tapping sound.

You can, but it will cost you more. Once your water reaches a certain temperature, the water heater will turn off. It will turn back on again when the water cools.

The pressure of your combi boiler should be between 1 and 1.5 bar. If your pressure reads at less than 1 bar, it’s possible that you have lost water from the system via a leak.

A radiator that is cold at the bottom is usually caused by a build up of sludge in the system. … As the sludge is heavier than water, it settles at the bottom which prevents water and heat flow to the bottom of the radiator.

Your boiler restart button, also referred to as ‘lock out’, is located on your boiler burner unit. Usually, the burner unit front door cover will need to be removed to gain access to the control box reset (when ‘tripped’ the button is normally illuminated).

A flame failure device or FFD is a safety device used around the world in industrial boilers and burners. It cut off the fuel supply whether gas or fuel oil; thus avoiding hazardous situations. You can consider it as a safe trip that restricts the flow of fuel to the burner in the event flame goes off unexpectedly.

  • Add central heating inhibitor, a scale reducer (in hard water areas), and a boiler filter. …
  • Have a heating engineer do a hot-flush, or power flush of your heating system.
  • Check the boiler for leaks, operating pressure, and water flow rate.
  • Remove airlocks in the boiler’s heating pump.

Placing small pieces of foam near pipes that travel through wooden supports will prevent banging or other bumping sounds. If this does not fix the issue, seek professional help by hiring residential heating services. You don’t have to live with heating pipes that bump and bang all night.

A buzzing or whining sound coming from inside your boiler is a genuine cause for concern that is typically caused by worn pump bearings, vibrating fan bearings or a defective burner. Unfortunately, these are all problems that should only be diagnosed and remedied by a qualified professional.