The boiler took at least 15 to 20 minutes for it to have moderate air come out of the air registers
It must be nice to be retired. I can’t wait for the day until I can just stop working a Friday through Friday job, collect a pension and just travel. This is exactly what my parents are doing currently. They retired from working over 35 years and are now traveling and enjoying life… My parents only live 10 minutes from where I live now so when they are away I watch their condo and stop over a few times a week just to make sure that their plants are watered and everything in their apartment is functioning respectfully, just last monthwe had a really freezing arctic front and unluckyly I accidentally turned the heater off. I must have accidentally turned it off when the day before I went to the thermostat and tried juggling the thermostat settings, but luckily the pipes did not freeze! That would have resulted in an expensive and disastrous issue! I went to the thermostat and turned the heater back on by switching the button over to “heat.” For some reason the heater would not turn on. The boiler took at least 15 to 20 minutes for it to have moderate air come out of the air registers. I was anxious about this and did not want my parents to have to worry about it when they got apartment so i called the local heating and cooling serviceman to see why it was taking forever for it to turn on. I was informed by the heating and cooling serviceman that normally in the winter time when temperatures are really freezing the boiler does take a while to moderate up, however he said that it’s pressing to keep an eye on it and if he sees that it’s happening again there could be something with the boiler icing up outside. Luckily this issue did not happen again!