About Weil McLain
Weil McLain is a division of The Marley-Wylain Company, and was founded in 1881 under the name Weil Brothers. In 1918, the company acquired their main supplier, J.H. McLain Company, and began operating under the name Weil McLain.
Weil McLain is a designer and manufacturer of hydronic heating systems used in residential, commercial, and institutional applications. They are the largest U.S. manufacturer of cast iron boilers. The company is committed to the development and production of simplified solutions for life in a complicated world.
Weil McLain products are found in facilities throughout North America, and highly respected in the building industry. Weil McLain products are used in these applications plus many more:
Today, the company continues to be a leader in hydronic heating. Around 600 employees work between the company’s Michigan City, Indiana cast iron foundry, laboratory, and engineering and development center, their Eden, North Carolina manufacturing and distribution facility, and Burr Ridge, Illinois administrative offices.
Weil McLain is one of the most respected in the industry. Their products are chosen for the reliability they offer, as well as great energy efficiency. Weil McLain products incorporate innovative new controls as well as cast iron, stainless steel, and aluminum heat exchangers.
Weil McLain heating solutions are widely known for their quality. Jarboe’s Plumbing, Heating & Cooling is proud to service your Weil McLain systems and ensure they work in peak operating condition to deliver the comfort you expect.