boiler installation & repair


Quinnair loves Hot water heat, and you’ll love Quinnair’s fast, knowledgeable and honest technicians for all your boiler needs. Hot water heating is referred to by many names: Boiler heat, hydronic heat, radiant heat, underfloor heat, in-floor heat, baseboard heat, hot water heat and more. Regardless of what you call it, “hot water heat” has been established as the most comfortable way to heat a home, and here’s why…


Quinnair believes in getting as much life out of an existing system as safely possible. Unlike many contractors in our industry, we will not push for an unnecessary replacement. We will give you an accurate diagnostic of your system, advise you of your best options, and offer a price that is always fair.


Please call us for a free in-home quote, if you are in need of a new boiler or just want a second opinion. We have teamed up with manufactures that produce high quality, reliable, equipment.


  • 1. Comfort
    Almost all homes have hot and cold spots, during the chilly winter season.  A home with hot water heat has multiple thermostats that each control a zone valve.  These zone valves direct the heat to different rooms or “zones” of a home.  So, if one person wants their bedroom at 67 degrees, someone else wants 70 degrees and a third person wants the basement at 74 degrees, all three can relax in a different temperature, that is just right for their comfort.
  • 2. Silent operation
    Unlike a noisy gas forced air furnace with blower fans, hot water heat provides quiet, peaceful, heating throughout your home.
  • 3. Energy efficiency
    Hot water heat has several ways that make it more efficient that other heating options. Two of the biggest reasons are …
  • A) When heat is dispensed at or under the floor level, you feel more comfortable. Hydronic heat has a way of stacking the heat from the floor upwards, verses gas forced air that blows warm air up into a room, causing the warmth to stack from the ceiling downwards. You are usually heating less of the rooms volume with hot water heat.
  • B) The Zoning feature of Hot Water Heat, (mentioned above) allows you to turn the temperature down, in unused areas of the home, so that you are only heating occupied areas of your home.