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Crown Boilers is based in Philadelphia and produces an array of boilers and heating and cooling equipment. Crown products are distributed through a regional network and are often sold by installing contractors.
Crown Boiler Company was founded in 1949 and originally distributed products for heating systems such as operation controls and oil burners in the Northeatern part of the country. Crown began to expand in the 1970's after showcasing a line of residential cast-iron boilers, and by the 1990's they were supplying hydronic boilers throughout the U.S.
The company's products are carried by several national heating and cooling companies. Crown also sells its line of heating products through individual wholesalers.
Crown Boiler Company carries a wide variety of products for heating and cooling both homes and businesses. Heating units for residential oil and gas-fired systems are available, as well as commercial heavy-duty units.
Crown also offers air conditioners and hydronic air handlers that can be used for both heating and cooling. The hydronic air handler is useful for spaces that are prone to overheating in milder weather; the unit can adjust and provide a more comfortable atmosphere.
Warm air furnaces that run on gas and oil are available at Crown Boiler Company. Crown can also supply customers with an indirect water heater. All products come equipped with Honeywell controls. The company says it considers safety an important part of its product line and all boilers arrive ready to be installed. A full parts inventory rounds out the products of Crown.
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P. O. Box 14818
Philadelphia, PA 19134
Phone: (215) 535-8900
Crown provides a standard one-year warranty for parts. A lifetime warranty is granted on cast-iron heat exchangers and certain stainless steel components. Labor is not covered in the standard warranty.
An extended warranty can be purchased within three months of installation. The extended warranty covers all labor and parts for a time period of five or ten years, chosen by the buyer. If a home is sold, the extended warranty is transferrable.