We are ardent believers in the fact that NTI makes the best boilers on the planet. Their formula for success is simple: start with quality, build in value, and always stand behind the products. That is why it is with great pride that we announce that NTI’s Lx line of condensing boilers has been added to our catalog and that we will be stocking the Lx150 and Lx200.
A temperate winter is no excuse to take an out of sight, out of mind approach to the bitter cold. There are excellent rebates available right now for new high-efficiency boilers and programmable thermostats installed in the Chicagoland area. Discuss taking the energy savings from this winter and investing them in high-efficiency equipment to keep their bills low when winter is less accommodating.
Here in Chicago, we’ve been lucky enough to enjoy a relatively snow-free winter thus far. However, it’s not even January yet and there is plenty of time for that to change. If you’ve got clients with hydronic systems dreading the maintenance and labor associated with keeping their properties clear, pitch a snowmelt system. If they… continue reading
Not all boilers are created equal. This is especially true when it comes to the high-efficiency condensing models. So how do you avoid poorly built products and avoid disasters on the job site? You recommend manufacturers and products with a proven track record of success. Manufacturers like NTI and products like their Trinity Fire Tube (Tft) boiler.
When pricing out components for a hydronic system, it can be tempting to skip preassembled manifolds in favor designing your own with piping and connectors. Don’t do that; designing your own is willing submission to death by a thousand cuts. When it comes down to effectiveness and overall cost, preassembled manifolds come out on top… continue reading
There’s a lot to love about the Trinity Tx, but the headline features are a 94% AFUE rating and an 8:1 turndown ratio. Between the high efficiency rating and the exceptional modulation, your customers will be paying less for heating and using less heating, allowing them to double down on the savings.