Peerless Boiler Reviews | Consumer Ratings

Peerless Boiler Reviews | Consumer RatingsPeerless offers boilers with efficiency ranges from 80% AFUE to 95% AFUE* and has a line-up of boilers for residential and commercial use. Peerless Boilers also offers gas fired boilers, oil fired boilers, baseboards for radiant heating, and indirect fired water heaters.

Peerless has a top of the line condensing boiler for the residential market. The Peerless Purefire is a condensing boiler that uses a stainless steel burner and heat exchanger for longevity and durability against the corrosive effects of gas combustion. The Peerless Purefire can use either natural gas or LP gas for combustion and can use low temperature venting such as CPVC or PVC to vent the combustion byproducts. Peerless also offers other boilers such as cast iron boilers for heating and domestic hot water use.

Peerless Boiler Reviews | Consumer Ratings – Features

Various features of selected Peerless boilers are:

  • Condensing boilers available on selected Peerless boilers
  • Factory tested burners on Peerless boilers
  • Direct spark ignition on selected Peerless boilers
  • Peerless gas boilers convertible from Natural gas to LP gas
  • Low profile designs for installation in tight spaces

Peerless specializes in manufacturing boilers and boiler products used exclusively for heating systems and heating water for domestic use. Peerless is based out of Bally, PA and provides boilers for the commercial and residential markets for both heating and domestic hot water use.

As always we recommend you select a competent and trained contractor for your boiler installation. Peerless offers a training program for their contractors and for best results for a competent contractor to install your Peerless boiler check with the manufacturer for a list of recommended contractors.

For more information on Peerless Boilers and their latest models and efficiency ratings please visit the Peerless Boiler website.

Boiler Reviews | Consumer Ratings

Peerless Boiler Reviews | Consumer Ratings

*For all efficiency ratings please visit the AHRI website database for manufacturers certification for efficiency for a specific model number appliance. AHRI is the certifying and testing agency responsible for the efficiency ratings with the HVAC industry.