Boos Heating Offers New Fan Coil Systems

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Fan coils lower system temperatures, have shorter heating times and are made with higher quality materials.

Boos Heating is excited to announce that they are now offering new fan coil systems. With these new systems, customers can drastically increase the efficiency of their heating system and save a significant amount of money on fuel.

The fan coils will lower system temperatures, shorten heating times and are made with higher quality materials than the average fan coil system. Customers can choose to keep their existing system, but replace the baseboard/radiator with the new fan coil system. However, replacing the baseboard or radiator will have a dramatic effect on the heating system’s efficiency, especially with an attractive, energy-efficient fan coil system.

Boos Heating’s European-style fan coil units allow for up to an 80-degree drop in system water temperature, which translates to up to 35 percent in fuel savings. A temperature drop of 30 degrees would be 10 percent in fuel savings, and a 3-degree drop would be 1 percent in fuel savings.

Boos Heating is also available to answer any heating questions their customers may have. To learn more about the new fan coil systems, contact Boos Heating today by calling 202-232-2396 or visiting their website.

About the company:
Boos Heating is a full-service heating company, serving the Greater Portland and Lakes Region areas. They are a fully-licensed, fully-insured Maine-owned and -operated business. Since 1993, they have been keeping Maine families warm. Boos Heating prides itself on providing the highest quality service in the industry. They stay a cut above the competition by being on the leading edge of technology! They are also the only company in the area who offers oil tank cleanings. Over time, oil tanks accumulate a sludge buildup that can negatively affect a heating system. Boos Heating has the tools to clean oil tanks, whether they are full or empty. For more information, visit their website at

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