DHL Mechanical Emphasizes Importance Of Keeping Boilers Working In Calgary

December 03, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ - Mark Davie of Alberta based DHL Mechanical - Calgary Boiler Repairs is speaking out about the need for families to keep boilers well maintained in order to avoid breakdowns during the winter. DHL is a family business which has been serving Calgary since 1996. They are specialists in floor heating systems, offering boiler servicing and emergency repair services. Learn more here: https://dhlmechanical.ca/mechanical-contractors-calgary/.

Thanks to multiple years of experience in the field, Davie is highly qualified to make assessments regarding the subject. Foreseeing a potential issue, he says, “It is important to take care of your boiler and your heating system but breakdowns can always happen, and they often happen at a really bad time. Having a boiler break over the holidays can upset plans and ruin what should be a happy time.” He goes on, “As important as that is, it is also necessary to remind people that having a broken boiler for a long time in this very cold weather can cause further problems to the heating system, the pipes, and the house itself. If pipes freeze and burst, you can have a real mess to add to your ruined festive season.”

DHL is located in Calgary and specialises in radiant heating systems in a wide area including: Airdrie, Strathmore, Chestermere, Okotoks, Cochrane, High River, Bragg Creek. DHL also has regular clients throughout Western Canada. More information about radiant heating systems can be found here: https://dhlmechanical.ca/calgary-boilers/

The DHL web site features a regular blog. A recent post here explains how home-owners can help cut down on the likelihood of breakdowns by doing some basic home-maintenance on the system. These checks can often prevent some of the most common causes of breakdowns. Boilers and systems are more prone to stop working if they are not looked after, or if rusting parts malfunction. The blog sets out five steps that can be taken to keep a boiler running well. These include cleaning, lubrication, leak-sealing, flushing, and checking the fuel supply.

Most boiler issues arise due to the aging of equipment or the exterior environment where the boiler has been installed. Good maintenance and replacement of worn parts can increase the longevity of the system; alternatively, a lack of care can make it prone to frequent issues.

Taking good care of a boiler may help reduce the likelihood of a breakdown, but issues will unfortunately still occur sooner or later. With temperatures in the Calgary area down to -18° C over some nights in November, a broken boiler is not something that people will want to wait for days to get fixed.

DHL knows that when temperatures drop, boiler breakdowns become even more critical. Fortunately, with 30 years of experience behind them, the company knows how to respond promptly to emergencies. They have a separate phone line for emergencies, and will respond to calls day or night.

They also assert that the same standards of work and codes will apply to work done in this situation as to routine call outs. Even in emergency conditions, repairs will be done correctly and meet the relevant code requirements so the household boiler functions properly and efficiently in the future. The company takes pride in providing a high level of quality and service, and they offer a 100% satisfaction guarantee with all of the emergency boiler repair and installation work they do.

On the DHL Mechanical - Calgary Boiler Repairs website, one section shows testimonials from some of their satisfied customers in the Calgary area. For example, Wendy and Steve from Calgary say, “Mark is a very pleasant, friendly, and positive individual who does his job with both confidence and modesty. We would highly recommend him for all your heating and plumbing needs.” Another review from Brian enthusiastic reads, “When I have a medical problem, I see a General Practitioner; when I have a serious medical problem, I see a Specialist. If you need heating, hot water, plumbing, or humidifier help, Mark Davie is the Specialist!”

A visit to https://dhlmechanical.ca/emergency-boiler-repair-services-in-calgary-alberta/ gives a clear breakdown of the services offered, which are listed as; boiler inspection, maintenance, cleaning, controls, repair and replacement, and more. Whatever system is installed, DHL Mechanical will guarantee the heating system is working properly, once they are done, in turn ensuring the home is comfortable all year round.

Those who are interested in the services on offer may check out the company’s website, call them on the phone, or contact them via email to learn more. Daily business hours for the company are 8:00 am to 6:00 pm. In emergencies, however, they are available 24/7 for breakdown assistance.

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For more information about DHL Mechanical -Calgary Boiler Repairs, contact the company here:

DHL Mechanical -Calgary Boiler Repairs
Mark Davie
(403) 863-8246
info@dhlmechanical.ca
115 Midglen Pl SE
Calgary Ab
T2X 1H6

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