Benefits of a High Efficiency Boiler Installation

If your boiler isn’t working as well as it used to, you should consider replacement before the cold weather really gets a chance to set in. Your boiler is an appliance that is often overlooked until it starts to show signs of struggle or malfunctions completely. Before yours shuts down and leaves you in the cold, you should consider replacement done by Rebmann. Our main concern is your home comfort and safety – we want to make sure that you and your loved ones stay warm this fall and winter. Here are a few ways that a high efficiency boiler installation can benefit you:

Smaller Footprint

The higher the efficiency, the smaller the footprint. Not only do they have a smaller environmental footprint, they literally take up less physical space in your home! A newer, high efficiency model will save you floor space while being better for the environment. They’re also much better for maintenance and safety purposes.

Ability to Adjust

Models with higher efficiency come equipped with state-of-the-art technology. Essentially, newer models are more “smart.” This modern system technology allows for maximum control and function. High efficiency models can run at several different intensity levels while monitoring when to do so. Because they are consuming on demand and can regulate themselves, they are much less wasteful than older models. This can save you a substantial amount of money on your utilities, as well as prolong the lifespan of your equipment.

System Upgrade

Maybe you want your boiler system to be more efficient, but you don’t necessarily need a whole new appliance yet. Don’t worry, because there are ways to update your existing boiler without a full replacement. Certain fixtures and components of your older model can be replaced with newer, high-tech parts that can boost efficiency until you are ready for a total replacement.


Sure, boiler replacement costs more up front than simply leaving your old system in place. However, you should consider replacement as an investment for your home. Not only will a newer boiler give you significant savings on your utilities, it will save you maintenance and repair costs as well. Because they’re working much smarter than older models, the likelihood of service interruption drops drastically. Also, if you are looking to sell your home down the road, a high efficiency boiler will increase your home value.

Why Choose Rebmann?

If you are looking for a local heating company who can provide a brand new system, please call Rebmann today. We can install a brand new boiler in your home quickly, ensuring you do not have to go through a single day without heat. We can provide boilers from top brands and even consult with you before installation to ensure you are getting the right system for your home. With our help, you will have a boiler providing longer-lasting, highly-efficient performance.

You can have peace of mind knowing you have a system keeping the whole family comfortable. You also won’t have to worry about high energy bills at any point through the season. It’s crucial at this time of year to have a reliable source of heating, especially with outdoor temperatures on their way down. Calling us will ensure this fall and winter will be your warmest to date.

If you have questions about a high efficiency boiler installation in your home, call Rebmann today! 

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6 Reasons to Get Boiler Maintenance in New York

The official start of winter is only two months away, but the cold weather will be arriving sooner. That means it’s time to bring out the boiler to help heat your home. However, before you start running it, now would be a good time to get it fixed up. The downtime has likely worn it down and giving it maintenance is a great idea. Boilers that don’t get properly serviced have a reputation for failing catastrophically, so we highly suggest getting a boiler inspection for your New York home.

Here are six reasons you should call Rebmann and schedule boiler maintenance for your New York home:


Follow warranty stipulations

No matter what boiler manufacturer you choose, they’ll likely have an important stipulation in the warranty. You’ll often have to give their products regular maintenance and inspections. Not doing this will void the warranty, which prevents you from getting any money in case of a breakdown.


Increase your boiler’s life

Boilers are generally expensive, and you’ll want yours to work as long as it can so you’ll get the most bang for your buck. Regular inspections and professional maintenance can help your boiler run for as long as possible. On average, well-maintained boilers can last up to ten to fifteen years.


Keep it energy efficient

Boilers have a lot of complex parts, and some parts wear out faster than others. Regular inspections allow us to identify worn parts that can be replaced or fixed. Doing this will help your boiler will use less energy to heat your home, saving you money.


Avoid carbon monoxide and catastrophe

Running boilers make carbon monoxide, but they have an exhaust pipe that safely vents it outside. However, poorly-maintained boilers can suffer damage to the exhaust pipes. This can let the deadly, odorless gas into your home. Also, boiler explosions are a serious threat, so don’t let yours get that neglected!


Lower energy costs

Boilers are power-hungry, being beaten only by HVAC systems in their annual energy usage. However, you can save up to 10% on your boiler’s energy if you give it regular maintenance. Also, having a healthy boiler means you’re less likely to have to get costly repairs.


Legal requirements

Since boilers can be dangerous when they’re worn down, parts of the country have laws that require boiler-owners to get regular maintenance and inspections. The laws come with fines for those that keep poorly-maintained boilers. These laws encourage boiler-owners to be safe, so make sure your boiler stays healthy.


What makes Rebmann Albertson’s heating company of choice?

For three generations Rebmann has provided trusted plumbing, heating, and air conditioning expertise to Long Islanders spanning both Nassau and Suffolk counties.  The ongoing Rebmann legacy is committed to providing Long Island’s commercial and residential plumbing, heating, and air conditioning systems with superior quality, craftsmanship, and professionalism.

We provide 24-hour on-call emergency and stoppage service while consistently working to create lasting relationships with our clients.  We foster our customer relationships through our commitment to preventative maintenance care, repairs, remodeling, and replacement options.

Accredited by the Better Business Bureau, Rebmann holds a Master Plumber’s License and is fully licensed, bonded, and insured.  Our customers can rest easy knowing that we provide a minimum one-year warranty on all products and services. Call us today to arrange your boiler maintenance!

Top Long Island Boiler Maintenance Tips

Top Long Island Boiler Maintenance Tips

Most Long Island homes run on heat produced by boilers.  Boilers are large cylindrical water tanks typically located in basements.

How Do Boilers Work?

Boilers operate by heating water for household hot water usage or to produce steam heat.  In essence, boilers serve two key functions from one major system:

  1. To warm living spaces via the creation of hot steam that spreads heat throughout the atmosphere.
  2. To provide hot water.

Boiler Maintenance Tips

Boilers, like any other household fixture used on a regular basis, will after some time, need to be replaced.  However, proper and frequent maintenance may prolong the longevity of your boiler ensuring lower monthly utility bills and fewer plumbing repair-related headaches. Here are a few things you can do to maintain the life of your boiler.

1.      Get an Annual Boiler Inspection

Of course we suggest having your boiler checked before the winter frost settles. Now is the perfect time!

2.     Check Boiler Pressure

The boiler pressure, just like water temperature, should not fluctuate or drastically move.  Make sure the pressure maintains.

3.     Keep the Area Clear

It’s easy to pile up clutter in the basement.  It’s a great place for storage.  However, it’s always best to keep the area surrounding your boiler free from debris to avoid fire hazards and to more easily notice abnormal leaks.

When is it Time for a New Boiler?

Warm water is never good enough.  Homeowners and their families deserve hot water exactly when they want it.  If your household water isn’t hot, or if the temperature unexpectedly fluctuates, there is most likely something wrong with your boiler.  Also watch out for gas or oil odors—this could be a sign of a very serious problem that immediately warrants the attention of a professional.

Be proactive.  Contact the experts at Rebmann Plumbing, Heating, and Air Conditioning for a full and thorough inspection of your boiler before the cold weather arrives.  

Top 5 Signs It’s Time a New Boiler

Top 5 Signs It’s Time for a New Boiler

The majority of Long Island homes run on boilers.  Our family-owned establishment has been specializing in Long Island boiler repairs and replacements for three generations.  We know boilers and we know them well.

How do you know when your boiler should be replaced?

Warm water is never good enough.  You deserve hot water when you want it.  If your household water isn’t hot, there is most likely something wrong with your boiler.

1.     Smell of gas or oil:  Any odors emitting from your boiler call for immediate professional attention.  Gas or oil released into the atmosphere may not only be extremely hazardous to your health, but may also be a sign of a leak resulting in inefficient energy usage and additional expenses.  We recommend taking care of this right away.

2.     Extreme or inaccurate temperatures: As previously mentioned, water temperatures should be hot-on-demand, not warm or tepid.  Constant extremes aren’t good either.  Accurate water temperature is the water temperature you or your family desires, and that is all.  Any fluctuations in heat or water temperatures could mean a damaged boiler.

3.     Leaking water: Homeowners should of course be concerned if pools of water show up in unwanted places.  A leak, no matter how small or large, while not entirely detrimental to the overall boiler system, will more than likely increase your utility bills.  Leaks mean the boiler will need more oil or gas energy (i.e. more of your money) to achieve its heating goals.

4.     Hissing sounds:  Hissing noises could be a sign of uneven water distribution and might lead to eventual overheating.  They are also nagging sounds that may disrupt the peace and harmony of your home environment.

5.     Age: Boilers, like all plumbing systems, should be regularly maintained and adjusted for efficiency to ensure proper water heating.

Why Rebmann?

Rebmann brings nearly a century of experience across the north and south shores of Long Island covering all the residential and commercial boiler needs thoughout Nassau and Suffolk counties.  We are committed to providing quality design, installation, sales and service and offer a one-year warranty on all parts and services.

Call the experts at Rebmann.  Our trusted team is ready to take care of your boiler today.