Boiler Repair, Boiler Installation & Boiler MaintenanceWoodbury, NY, Glen Cove, NY, Uniondale, NY, Jericho, NY, Lloyd Harbor, NY & Oyster Bay, NY

Stan Gelber & Sons, Inc. looks for durability in temperature control. We answer the severity of local winters in Nassau & Western Suffolk Counties with energy, space, and cost-saving options for greater reliability and more consistent heating.

Efficient Boiler System Installations

If you’re going to be trapped inside for six months, you deserve ideal comfort and air quality without sacrificing half your budget. Consider the many advantages of a boiler heating system and call Stan Gelber & Sons, Inc. at (516) 538-0040 to get the best from your investment. Founded in 1943, we uphold old-fashioned values while keeping up with leading technological innovations.

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As a Carrier Factory Authorized Dealer, our selection of boilers offers exceptional energy efficiency. Because water is a superior thermal conductor than air, warming up faster and retaining heat longer, boilers deliver more even comfort at a lower monthly cost. There are no drafts, no introductions of air contaminants, no overly dry air, and you enjoy silent operation and the versatility of radiant flooring, baseboard heating, or radiators.

Trust in our team for your boiler repairs, service & installations!

Whether you’re looking for new design/installation, replacement, retrofit, or the seasonal maintenance or repair of any make or model, Stan Gelber & Sons, Inc. is your right choice. Our availability includes emergency response during the extreme weather months, from October 15th – March 15th, across Uniondale, East Meadow, Oyster Bay, Jericho, Farmingdale, Woodbury, Glen Cove & Lloyd Harbor, NY. We’re not just strong, we’re Stan Strong.

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Not Just Strong, Stan Strong.
Here For Our Resilient New York Community, Always. Since 1943.