Residential Boiler Repair Service Now Available For Summer Season

May 22, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ - Calgary, Alberta based DHL Mechanical - Calgary Boiler Repairs is pleased to announce that the company is ready to accept new customers who want their boilers looked at during the summer months. The company invites customers to schedule a time for boiler maintenance at their earliest convenience.

The mechanical contractors stated that the summer season is the best time of the year to schedule any maintenance service for a heating system, making sure that everything works as intended ahead of the cooler part of the year.

Mark Davie, a representative of DHL Mechanical, explained why this is the best season to check on one's heating system, saying, "When a boiler is run continuously or substantially for a period of time, there’s added pressure on the system. By summer, the heating system will most like have been running continuously for at least a couple of months. This makes for a perfect time to service the system, as even though the boiler would have been running continuously for months, it is not used during the warmer summer months. This will make it easier for engineers to determine any issues with the system, such as deposits building up that may require attention. There are some cases where a maintenance service reveals a potential problem and, when this happens during the summer, the owner will have plenty of time to get the repairs done before they need to use the boiler regularly again."

There are other reasons why it is a good idea to get residential boilers serviced within this period, instead of waiting. Davie said, "During other times of the year, such as autumn and winter, everyone is rushing to get their last-minute boiler services. This means that it can be difficult to book an appointment for the time and date needed. By servicing the heating system during the less concurred times, clients ensure that they can pick a convenient date that suits their schedule, without having to make compromises. Most importantly, by having your boiler serviced during the summer, you can be certain you are ready for whatever the winter weather brings, without a single worry about the functioning status of the heating system."

While DHL Mechanical has made every effort to raise awareness about the importance of servicing one's boilers regularly, the company's dedication to serving the community doesn't stop there. They have grown to be considered one of the best Mechanical Contractors Calgary, due to the excellence that they strive to bring to every project.

DHL Mechanical offers a complete list of services which include boiler inspection, maintenance, cleaning, and repair, as well as boiler replacement and installation of new systems. The company relies on a team of highly qualified technicians for these services, some of whom have multiple decades of experience in the field, and who are each familiarized with modern high-tech systems.

These services are complemented with DHL Mechanical's 24/7 emergency repair support, which can prevent the escalation of defects and damages in the boilers to a critical situation. Davie spoke of the specialists' approach to these dire situations, assuring customers that, "Our experts can arrive at the site within the shortest time after getting the alert call. We follow the CSA standards and guidelines for risk neutralization, defect detection, causative analysis, emergency repairs, and prevention of the conditions which lead to emergency situations. We will look after our client's best interests, and we will do anything within our power to prevent further damage to their assets."

DHL Mechanical - Calgary Boiler Repairs is one of the best-rated companies in the field, having a near-perfect rating of 4.8/5 Stars on the Google review platform. Leighton Fisk shared his experience with the company, saying, "DHL responded in the middle of the winter to replace an old low-efficiency boiler that failed with a new high-efficiency IBC system. Not only did they do amazing work, but their attention to detail is also incredible. They brought up a bunch of errors that a local big-name company did when they installed a new furnace years ago. They are very knowledgeable about hot water heating systems, and they're truly amazing."

For more information on the company’s boiler repair services and availability, customers may contact Mark Davie of DHL Mechanical - Calgary Boiler Repairs. Interested parties may also visit the company's website and follow them on their social media platforms to stay up to date with their latest news and announcements.

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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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