Viessmann Gas Boilers
Update Your Boiler - Save Money & The Environment!
With fluctuating energy prices and a growing concern for the environment, it pays to modernize your outdated gas-fired boiler. You will save money, and the environment too.
Reduce Unnecessary Waste
There are an estimated 20 million homes in the United States with heating systems 20 years of age or older. For most of them, a significant share of energy and money go to waste unnecessarily every year due to outdated technology and an improperly sized system. Along with wasting energy, these boilers contribute to climate change by needlessly releasing harmful CO2 emissions. By replacing an outdated system with a high-efficiency gas-fired condensing boiler, a homeowner can expect to save as much as 30%* on their annual heating bills. This not only results in significant cost savings, but also environmental savings with reduced CO2 emissions.
A Modern Solution
The Vitodens 100 and Vitodens 200 Series are high-efficiency, gas-fired condensing boilers. Equipped with a corrosion-resistant stainless steel Inox-Radial heat exchanger, the Vitodens Series boilers can safely operate at extremely low boiler water temperatures. For you, this greater energy utilization translates into reduced heating costs as well as a smaller environmental footprint. Plus, the Vitodens 200 Series gas-fired condensing boiler comes ready for the future by automatically adjusting to all gas types – including conditioned biogas.
It Doesn’t Stop There
Our extensive product portfolio lets you take efficiency and energy savings a step further. Reduce your energy costs by integrating domestic hot water production with your heating boiler, and manage the entire system with one of our control solutions. Or put the sun to work for you by adding a solar thermal package. With the entire system from one source, you don’t have to compromise: total system performance and additional energy savings go hand-in-hand.
Viessmann condensing technology can achieve efficiencies of up to 98%. Through the condensation of the water vapor contained in the flue gas, additional heat is extracted from the flue gas and added back into the heating system. This increases efficiency and lowers your heating costs and environmental impact.