What is a Boiler?
A boiler doesn’t necessarily just boil water, but it does turn water into steam. Steam is an inexpensive and efficient way to transport heat.
When a boiler is being used as a heating system for a home, it relies on the thermostat to tell it when to start heating the water within its system. Most boilers are on a closed loop system, which means they don’t continually use new water when sending the steam through the home. Instead, they start with water inside the boiler. It is first heated by a combustion chamber indirectly. Then once the water turns into steam, it will be sent throughout the home to heat it.
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