Boiler Heating – Lincoln City Libraries

NIFCO has updated the Lincoln City libraries boiler heating systems through out the years. Finishing off with Lincoln Gere Library.

    Boiler heating systems work by heating water and dispersing heat via a radiator. The system converts water to either hot water or steam, which then moves through the pipes to radiators to release heat inside the building. As this happens, the water is simultaneously rerouted back to the boiler, recycled, and reheated for future heating.
  • Clean form of heating that doesn’t produce dust particles and other allergens. Since the heat in a boiler system radiates out from the radiator into the air that already exists, no new air is entering the space. In forced-air systems, the newly heated air frequently causes dust and allergens to infiltrate the atmosphere.
  • Comfortable, high quality heat is what you get from a boiler system. The heat from a radiator infuses the room, opposed to being forced through ductwork and out a vent. This gives radiator heat a different, fresher feeling than forced air systems and disperses the heat more evenly.
  • Special features like user-friendly programming and zoning capabilities are a significant benefit. Users can distinguish various heating zones within the home based on living space usage patterns. Programmable thermostats enable the automation of start-stop heat delivery as well.
  • Quiet operation is another perk of boiler systems. Unlike forced air systems that produce noise as air circulates out the vents, a boiler heating system’s operational noise is confined inside the boiler. The rest of the system is virtually silent.
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Lincoln, NE

Date Completed



  • Mechanical Services

    Project Manager:
    Travis Smith


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