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Winter 2016-2017 projected to return to normal cold temperatures

December 14, 2016

According to statistical data provided by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), winter 2016-2017 temperatures are projected to return to “normal.” Jason Krantz, director of business analytics and insights for Weil-McLain, broke down the NOAA’s data to help you understand what this means for distributors and contractors.

Commercial Market Embraces Condensing Boilers

October 3, 2016

Larger outputs, faster payback make condensing boilers an attractive choice

Mike Gambill, commercial specialist, Weil-McLain, assists with the installation of a Weil-McLain Evergreen boiler at a medical facility.
 

October 3, 2016

Joanna R. Turpin
 

The Evolution of Weil-McLain

September 1, 2016

135 years ago, Isadore and Benjamin Weil opened a modest plumbing business located on Randolph Street in Chicago’s Loop – now a major company you know as Weil-McLain. Since its inception in 1881, we have grown to become a leading designer and manufacturer of hydronic comfort heating systems for residential, commercial and institutional buildings across America.

Joe Atkinson, the Marlborough Man

January 8, 2016

Atkinson's first introduction to Weil-McLain boilers was when he was 16 years old working alongside his father. They spent most of their time replacing other manufacturers' boilers with Weil-McLain cast-iron sectional boilers. Weil-McLain boilers first grabbed his attention because of the specific design of the grooved silicone gaskets; the silicone resisted breakdown and outlasted standard gaskets.

How to improve the energy efficiency of boiler systems

January 8, 2016

Updated September 30, 2020

A lot of light commercial and residential buildings in the U.S. have older boiler heating systems that are inefficient and could benefit from higher efficiency retrofits or boiler replacements. The following are examples of what could be done to improve their energy efficiency, reduce the operating costs, extend the life of the equipment and increase building occupants comfort.

Spotlight: Lachance Plumbing & Heating, Inc.

January 8, 2016

Since 2001, William Lachance has owned and operated his plumbing, heating, and air conditioning business in Manchester, NH. He previously worked for his father's business D E Lachance for 25 years prior to taking over the business. The company operates with twelve men in the field and specializes in residential and light commercial repairs and installations with 24 hour service to customers.

Spotlight: Whitelock & Woerth, Inc.

January 8, 2016

Located in Christiana, Pennsylvania, family owned Whitelock & Woerth Inc. has served Southern Lancaster County and Eastern Chester County for 4 generations. Whitelock & Woerth delivers several fuel sources for heating and machinery on a per-order or contractual basis. They offer flexible payment terms and an automatic delivery program so homes and businesses never run out of fuel. Whitelock & Woerth also specialize in heating and cooling installation and repair.