Our Promise to You is to Do the Correct Service at an Honest Price
We keep our promise by giving you the expert range of heating service options from our trained and certified technicians with upfront pricing, and we stick to it. You’ll never pay more than what was quoted, giving you the comfort and peace of mind to make an informed decision before any work is started. Some of our home heating service offers include Heat Pump Repair, Furnace & Boiler Repair, Furnace & Boiler Maintenance, Furnace & Boiler Installation, Humidifier & Air Filtration System, and more!
We Earn Our Stripes Every Day
- Service 7 days a week at regular rates
- Live Answering 24/7/365
- We won’t sell you something you don’t need
- Expert advice from professional, licensed & certified technicians
- Upfront pricing – You’ll never pay more than you’re quoted
- Industry best warranties & guarantees
Furnace Repair & Replacement
Tiger’s expert furnace technicians provide fast furnace repair and replacement so you never have to worry about getting cold.
Boiler Repair Service
Our licensed boiler service technicians can repair any gas water boiler in the Collinsville, IL area to ensure your boiler runs all season efficiently long.
We install, replace, or repair whole house humidifiers to relieve the discomfort of cold weather and protect the wellbeing of your family and your home.
What’s the Difference between Boilers, Radiators, and Furnaces?
Understanding your system can help you troubleshoot issues before they happen. In a sentence, boilers heat water and send it through radiators in the house while furnaces heat air and force it through the house via ducts and out the vents.
Boilers & Radiators
One of the most common types is Forced Hot Water “FHW” boilers. FHW boilers heat water and send it through hydronic piping loops to baseboard radiators – which heats the space. Radiators act as the delivery mechanism of the hot water and as the name suggests, ‘radiate’ heat to warm up the room.
Most modern homes use Forced Hot Air “FHA” Systems for heating. An FHA furnace has burners that are controlled by a thermostat. When turned on, the unit pulls air through it, heating it up and pushing it through the ducts and out the vents throughout the home. You can save on energy costs by simply closing vents in parts of your house where you don’t spend much time in during the winter. Just make sure you keep heat in areas of pipes to avoid frozen pipes.