Out of Heat? Call Pinnacle for Boiler Repair
If your boiler doesn’t sound right, if some rooms aren’t heating up like they should or if you have no heat at all, your boiler may need repair. Pinnacle can help.
Two Boiler Repair Options to Meet Your Needs
One-Time Service Call
Schedule a one-time boiler repair or service visit for only $99 (+HST)^. With fully stocked trucks, our licensed technicians can fix many gas and electric boiler problems right away.
Heating Repair & Protection Plan
Get your boiler fixed now for $179 and get coverage for future boiler breakdowns with a protection plan as low as $28.99/month*. When the replacement cost of a faulty ventor motor can be up to $1,804~, this plan can pay for itself.
Already a Customer? Got a Plan? Repairs are Simple.
How Do I Know If I Need Boiler Repair?
Even the best-built boiler will need repair at some point. If yours is more than 15 years old or if you’re experiencing any of the issues below, it may be time to call a licensed technician who can tell for sure.
A spike in your monthly energy bills may be a sign your boiler isn’t operating at peak efficiency.
A swing in temperature or lack of heat in some rooms could mean your unit is malfunctioning.
When a boiler leaks, it’s likely reaching the end of its life. You may need to have it replaced to avoid a breakdown or prevent flooding.
If you see black soot or yellow flames on the burners, the fuel may not be burning properly. You may also be at risk of carbon monoxide exposure.
Why Choose Pinnacle for Gas Boiler Repair in Ontario
When you choose Pinnacle, you get expert advice from one of our friendly, certified and professional technicians. You’ll also get:
Common Questions About Boiler Repair
The cost to repair a broken boiler depends on the nature of the malfunction. A faulty ventor motor can be up to $1,804~ on its own to replace. With an Pinnacle Heating Repair & Protection Plan, you can have your boiler repaired for $179* (even if the cost is up to $500*), plus coverage against future breakdowns.**
Attempting to diagnose a boiler problem yourself is extremely dangerous. The best way to determine if it needs repair is to have a service technician visit who can safely diagnose the issue.
Boilers can stop working for many reasons. The cause could be anything from a simple thermostat that needs replacing to more complicated internal components such as valves, the diaphragm in the expansion tank, airlock, and more.
A unit that’s more than 15 years old, has already broken down, makes loud or unusual noises, leaks or fails to heat a room properly may be in need of repair service.
Boilers are complex pieces of equipment. We recommend consulting a heating expert to help you make the decision.