A High Efficiency Boiler Will Keep Your Home Warm for Years to Come.

If it’s time for a new boiler or your boiler needs repair, our experts at O'Brien Heating & Air Conditioning in the Main Line can help keep you warm and comfortable. Unlike older boilers, today’s boilers are energy efficient—with up to a 95% AFUE rating!*

Many older homes and buildings in our area utilize hot water or steam heating. Systems of this type are referred to as hydronic heating systems and may use radiators or baseboard heating units. (If you don’t have ductwork in your home, you likely have this type of heating.) These can present different challenges than typical warm air ducted systems. Even between hot water and steam systems, there are tremendous differences in proper maintenance, service and installation.

Many contractors concentrate on warm air systems in their businesses, so may not be as prepared to deal with the nuances of hot water and steam heating. This can inconvenience you by costing you additional time and money, while not providing peak performance. You deserve a system that provides a high level of dependable comfort at an operating cost that you can live with.

Our company works with outstanding providers like Lennox to ensure you have the best product for your unique application. Hot water boilers also offer great flexibility in the ability to zone areas of your home and to produce high efficiency domestic hot water as well. So, they can be quite useful in solving a multitude of heating issues very efficiently.

We at O’Brien Heating & Air Conditioning are experts in the maintenance, service and replacement of these units. So no matter whether it’s for your home or business, we can help you have peak performance. Trust your hot water or steam heating system to us and experience “O’Mazing Service!”

Call O'Brien Heating & Air Conditioning in the Main Line today at 610-626-2540 to see how we can help you. Or, schedule your appointment online.


* Annual Fuel Utilization Efficiency (AFUE) measures how efficient the appliance is in converting its fuel’s energy into heat over the course of a year.