Peerless Boilers

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Peerless Boiler Overview

Peerless Boilers are manufactured by PB Heat LLC, and include a wide variety of residential and commercial oil and gas boiler lines. PB Heat LLC is a privately-owned company headquartered in Bally, PA.

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Consumer Reviews of Peerless


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  • #17 of 82 Boilers
  • 31.37% of customers recommended

Reviews by Boiler Series

WBV/WV Pinnacle Purefire Purefire PFW WB90 MI

Corporate History

Peerless Boilers was founded in 1908. Its parent, PB Heat LLC, is a privately-owned company established in 1997 in Bally, PA.

Peerless Boilers should not be confused with Peerless Manufacturing of Kentucky, which once manufactured a natural gas space heater.

Product Lines

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The Peerless company manufactures several series of boilers, many of which qualify for an Energy Star rating. Currently the company offers three series of oil-fired boilers and three series of gas boilers that are Energy Star qualified. Among them are the gas-fired Peerless Purefire, which is available in six sizes and reaches up to 95 percent efficiency. This unit’s direct vent boiler features sealed combustion and a special condensate system that includes a neutralizer component.

Peerless’ products are built of stainless steel or cast iron and are equipped with either direct venting or natural draft venting (for use with conventional chimneys) system.

Brand name Peerless boilers include Purefire and Pinnacle, as well as Series MI, MIHII, PSCII, WV-DV and EC/ECT, among others.

The company notes that it provides a complete home comfort system through compatible products such as the Peerless Partner line of indirect-fired water heaters and its Pavilion IAQ system of flexible ductwork.


Peerless warrants its boilers in the originally installed location from manufacturer’s defects in material and workmanship for a period of one year. Residential hot water boilers also carry a limited lifetime warranty on their cast iron components while residential steam boilers hold a limited 10-year warranty on their cast iron parts. Extended warranties of five or 10 years for parts and labor are available on residential gas boilers up to 300,000 BTU/H input for gas boilers and oil boilers up to 2.1 GPH input installed in single-family homes.

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Peerless Boiler Reviews

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"Unhappy Customer"

1.0 rating
Very Unsatisfied

I would not recommend this boiler to anyone; horrible; mislead by our oil company. Thought we would get a nice modern looking, quieter, easier to operate boiler. Not the case. It looks barbaric, is noisy and requires constant emptying due to "pickling". So unhappy with it. Sorry we ever bought it. Also warranty is not transferable to new owner if we sell the house. Hate it.

J. Mullen

Bellmore, NY

"Many days without heat & had to replace after only 6 years"

1.0 rating
Very Unsatisfied

This Peerless Pinnacle boiler cost us thousands of dollars before we gave up and replaced it. The warranty was never honored and the heater was only 6 years old! We spent many nights trying to keep our house from having frozen pipes as well as our personal discomfort (a very cold 2016 Christmas week) UPDATE: 2017-02-11 Our 6 year old unit ended up costing us over $9000 with the removal, replacement, adjustments, new oil tank, and time off work. Never, never, buy a Peerless Pinnacle anything.

Elizabeth kelly

Westchester, PA

"Peerless: Wake up cold"

1.0 rating
Very Unsatisfied

High efficiency and lower consumption translates into "you can't be charged for gas if your boiler doesn't work". Whatever I would have picked up in efficiency, I've paid out in repairs as I have changed out almost every part of the boiler and the system still fails to work. I wake every morning to a cold house because the igniter won't fire correctly and god forbid you contact Peerless, they literally hang up on you.

Jeff convoy

Parsippany, NJ


2.0 rating
Somewhat Unsatisfied

I have worked on HVAC for 30 years. I have never had to replace a flame sensor! They usually foul out because they get dirty. If you clean them with steel wool or grit cloth, they should be fine. Make sure that the boiler slopes to the back. It is in the manual ! If it does not slope, the condensate will not drain and foul out the sensor! As for the flow sensor, they do go bad. Also the blower (Version 1) does go bad. I have no knowledge of a pressure sensor. Make sure that the vent pipes are installed correctly. Also, make sure that the unit has been combustion analyzed. This is also very important!

Bill Rhoads



1.0 rating
Very Unsatisfied

I've had this piece of junk for 11 years and pretty much every year I had to replace some part on it. It finally crapped out completely. My last boiler lasted 25 years. Do not get this brand unless you want to spend a ton of money on maintenance costs every year.


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