My boiler or furnace is making my house too hot, I turned down the thermostat and it is still getting hotter.

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It happens every year, I get calls from people who have too much heat in their home or in just one part of their home.

The simple answers are:

1 A bad zone valve that will not close all the way.
2 A defective flow valve that is letting water pass.
3 A bad thermostat.
4 A bad heat anticipator on the thermostat.
5 A bad wire or cross connection.
6 Someone is turning the heat up when you are not looking.
7 Gremlins.

To find out why you have too much heat, please use my Open Dialog Service. We can solve it together.




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