NJ Peerless® Dealers Offer “America’s Best Built Boilers”

Peerless® Boilers distributors in New Jersey provide worry-free installation

The name “peerless” means unmatched or unequaled. Since 1908, this American company has dedicated itself to producing commercial and residential boilers that exceed industry standards and customer expectations, and now claims to produce “America’s Best Built Boilers.” If you are ready to replace your old heating system, a highly efficient and dependable Peerless® boiler can provide years of clean, healthy and quiet service to your home. At Argent Plumbing, Heating & Air Conditioning, our knowledgeable representatives can help you decide whether Peerless® is the right choice for heating your home. We provide expert installation, and Peerless® backs all its products with one of the best warranties in the industry.

Peerless Boiler products make hydronic heating work for your home

Hydronic heating systems start with a boiler that transfers heated water or steam through a sealed system comprised of baseboards, radiators, or in-floor radiant tubing. The result is consistent, even heat that is practical and comfortable. But perhaps the greatest considerations are the quiet and cleanliness of a hydronic system. Because boiler systems use convection and radiant heat, there are no fans or blowers to make a racket and spread dust, allergens and germs throughout your home. You eliminate the noise you’d get from the motors running forced-air furnaces and heat pumps and the air circulating through heating ducts. The comparative quiet and cleanliness is what makes hydronic heating the choice of hospitals and schools throughout the country.The foundation of any hydronic system is the boiler, and Peerless® is the industry leader, offering gas, oil, and combination boilers in various capacities. Our trained representatives can help you find the right boiler for your home and your family’s water usage. As for the rest of the system, Peerless® provides a wide range of options:

  • In-floor radiant heating — A popular option for bathrooms, kitchens, and other non-carpeted rooms, in-floor radiant heating employs tubing below the surface to eliminate the chill you get walking in bare or stocking feet, especially on winter nights.
  • Domestic hot water — A Peerless® boiler eliminates the need for a separate hot water heater. You can even choose a boiler with tankless coils for hot water on demand, further enhancing your energy efficiency.
  • Multiple heating zones — A Peerless® system enables you to divide your home into zones with separate heat settings. This feature helps make larger homes much more energy efficient.
  • Snow-melting applications — If you’re concerned about snow and ice accumulating and causing hazards on your property, radiant pipes in your driveway can melt your worries away.

Additionally, many Peerless® boiler systems are Energy Star® rated, so you can be assured of the efficiency and economy of your new hydronic heat.

Find a Peerless® Boiler dealer in Northern New Jersey

When choosing a hydronic system, it’s important to match the components to your home, your heating needs, and your water usage. For that reason, it’s imperative that you consult a knowledgeable dealer with the incentive to put your needs first. Since 1988, our family-owned business has treated customers like family, and we are ready to do the same for you. When you choose Argent Plumbing, Heating & Air Conditioning for your home comfort needs, you get highly professional but very personal assistance.

Contact our Peerless® Boiler dealers at Argent Plumbing, Heating & Air Conditioning

If you are interested in any of the outstanding Peerless® Boilers for your home or business, a knowledgeable professional at Argent is ready to help. We can help you choose the right products for your situation and provide worry free installation. Call us at 908-286-1920 or contact us online to speak with an Argent representative. From our central location at 16 Watchung Avenue, Chatham, we serve clients throughout the Garden State, especially in Essex County, Morris County, Passaic County, Somerset County, and Union County.