A boiler uses water to provide heat to a home. That’s the basic description of one. And where water comes in contact with metal, corrosion can result. However, you shouldn’t expect to see corrosion forming along the parts of the boiler in your house—at least not for many years. Boilers are designed to resist corrosion for most of their service lives.
If you do see corrosion along your boiler, does it mean the boiler has reached the end of the line? Is now the time to call a HVAC company in Clovis, NM to schedule a new boiler installation? Possibly. We’ll look into this a bit deeper so you’ll be informed before giving us a call about what needs to be done.