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Pittsburgh Boiler Repair Pros Without the Bad Habits

You never can quite tell when you’ll have to deal with a broken boiler issue or front the cash for boiler repair costs—but it is never at a convenient time! That is why, when it comes to residential boiler repair, Pittsburgh homeowners have trusted the experts in heating repair near you who roll out the red carpet for their customers—Calfo Heating & Air! Learn how our boiler repair process works, and what your options are below.

How it works

Your Boiler repair in 3 simple steps

1) Schedule an appointment

Schedule online or call (412) 651-3941 to get the ball rollin’. We’re here for you 24/7.

2) Get a safe in-home consultation and honest pricing

Your Calfo heating expert will discuss your comfort issues in order to get a good idea of what has been happening with your boiler. Following that conversation will be a thorough boiler inspection to locate and diagnose your home boiler repair needs. Then, once we’ve found the problem, we’ll give you our expert service recommendations, along with fair and honest upfront pricing.

3) Same day boiler repair 

Once you’ve approved the repairs needed (as well as the price), our techs will get to work fixing your boiler ASAP. All you have to do is sit back and relax while we do our thing. Before we leave, we’ll make sure your boiler is running correctly and we’ll be sure to clean up any kind of mess we may have made.

Average time to repair a boiler: 1-3 hours


Common Boiler repairs

  • Mineral deposits cleaning: $150–$400+
  • Radiator valve replacement: $200–$500+
  • Ignitor repair: $100–$300+
  • Expansion tank repair/replacement: $100–$600+
  • Circulator pump replacement: $500–$1,000+

Cost to repair a Boiler in Pittsburgh

Price Factors:

Type of repair needed- The cost of your boiler repair will depend greatly on what part of your boiler needs to be repaired/replaced. For example, replacing your thermostat is a lot less expensive than replacing your circulator pump or the gas valve. After taking a look at your boiler, a tech will be able to tell you exactly what part is malfunctioning and the cost to repair or replace it.

Repair vs. replace-Depending on the part that needs to be repaired (and the severity of the damage), it may be in your best interest to replace your entire system altogether. This will obviously increase the cost of your boiler service, but may save you money in the long run.

Whether or not your boiler is under warranty- When your boiler was installed, it likely came with two warranties: a parts warranty and a labor warranty. The parts warranty is usually covered by the boiler manufacturer and covers defective parts for a certain amount of time (usually 1-5 years). A labor warranty is usually covered by the company or contractor who installed your boiler and covers any issues dependent on how the boiler was installed. If either (or both) of those warranties are still valid, it could end up saving you quite a bit on your boiler repair.

Whether your boiler has been maintained- The more often you have your boiler maintained, the less likely you’ll face expensive repairs. So, if you’ve had your boiler maintained annually since its installation, the cost of your repair will likely be less expensive than if you’ve had your boiler for years and never had a technician perform a tune-up on the system.

Want an accurate price?

Schedule an in-home diagnosis, which is FREE if you get the repair.


Solid Steel Guarantee

If you are not satisfied with the results of your boiler repair, we’ll use all our might to make it right. We back our heating, cooling, and plumbing workmanship 100%.

We are only interested in repairing and installing the heating equipment you and your home actually need—we are not motivated by sales quotas or exclusive manufacturer agreements. Calfo is the heating and air conditioning contractor you can trust!


Want to fix your Boiler yourself? Try these tips:

  • Ensure your thermostat is in the “heat” position.
  • Check the boiler’s circuit breaker and see if it has switched to “OFF”. If so, switch that sucker back to “ON”. Note: If your breaker trips again, call a professional, as there is likely a larger issue.
  • Try restarting the boiler by pressing the reset button. Since reset buttons vary between different boiler models, you may need to refer to your unit’s instruction manual to learn how to reset it.

If you’re looking for an HVAC company, trust these guys!

I love CALFO! I’ve used them for both AC repair and routine HVAC maintenance. Professional, friendly, take the time to explain things, quality service and good pricing. I can’t say enough good things! If you’re looking for an HVAC company, trust these guys! CALFO met an exceeded my expectations of what a company should be!

Kelly L.
Pittsburgh, PA

Highly recommended

Highly recommended. The technician who serviced my furnace was very knowledgeable and friendly. I scheduled my repair online and within 24 hours my furnace was up and running. I intend to use CALFO for future repairs and maintenance. Overall an easy process from scheduling to repairs. Better to use a trusted company than to take a gamble.

Sam D.

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