OK it's the middle of winter and your house sits atop a mountain. It's 4 degree's outside and you stop to wonder how that little Taco circulator pump can make it 70 degrees inside the picture window your standing in front of.
Snows falling all around and you're in a Tee shirt and shorts sipping cocoa. Life is good, even in the harshest climates, when your Taco circulator pump is moving that hot boiler water through the zones of heating in the home.
It's when a circulator pump stops doing it's job that the trouble starts. The interior temperature begins to fall and little goose-bumps start to form on your forearms. That hot cocoa doesn't seem quite as hot and suddenly you realize something is really wrong.
You may immediately think of your heating system, and try to remember just how long ago it was that you had it serviced. Others will look up the number and make that call to the service company to get the process started.
If you read this article, the next time you get that horrid feeling, you may be able to relay a little faster just whats wrong with the system to your service company.
Take this opportunity to find out how much work this little pump is doing for you in the background.
Taco Circulators Workhorse Of The Hot Water Heating System