Boiler Servicing & Repairs
A boiler is easily one of the most important appliances in your home. Sadly, this essential appliance will have wear over the years. So it is just as essential that it is installed and maintained by qualified industry professionals like us.Once a year it’s crucial to service your boiler so that any underlying faults can be picked up and addressed. A service will ensure your boiler is safe to use and will maintain your manufacturer’s warranty, where applicable. Click here to book your boiler or gas appliance in to be serviced.
What you can expect as part of our service
When you book a boiler service with one of our experienced local engineers, they’ll carry out a series of checks on your boiler to ensure it’s operating efficiently and safely. These include:
Flues and terminals check
All safety devices check
Gas pressure and heat input verification
Operating pressure reset
Combustion fan check
Heat exchangers check
Gas and water seals check
Burners check/ clean
Ignition system check
Performance test (where possible)
Landlords safety Certificates
If the property is supplied with gas, a landlord has the responsibility to ensure the gas appliances are safe and checked by a qualified GasSafe registered engineer.
The gas engineer is to issue a gas safety certificate confirming the appliances have been tested and are safe to use. A copy of said certificate is to be given to the tenant.
The landlord thereafter has the responsibility to have an annual gas safety check with a new certificate issued after each annual visit.
We provide domestic gas safety certificates to Landlords. Our qualified, and trained engineers will carry out inspections in your property and issue certification in as little as 24 hours. The price for a Landlord safety certificate start at a set price of £65 for two appliances & £10 for each additional appliance with discounts for landlords booking more than three properties at a time
Trusted by our customers to keep them safe and warm wherever they are indoors, every day of the year. Our expert and friendly team listen to, understand and respond to our customers, providing value for money, straightforward and worry-free solutions. We provide trusted advice on the latest energy saving products.
We set safety and service standards to which others aspire, employing the latest technology to provide excellent communication with our customers and a fast, effective and efficient service response. When you’re spending your hard earned money on a boiler installation or repair, we know you want the job done right. We also know that you want to make sure that it is installed correctly and to the manufacturer’s specifications. That’s why we set the gold standard with a commitment to your complete satisfaction with your boiler installation.
up to 10 years warrantee on selected boilers
A clean and tidy service
100% customer satisfaction
A service & after care plan
1 years workmanship warrantee
What is a Powerflush?
Powerflushing is purely and simply a way of removing the rust that slowly builds up in your heating system and boiler over time. Water, chemicals, powerflush equipment and an experienced Heating engineer are used to remove the rust and sludge from your central heating. The flow of the machine is reversed from time to time using special three-way valves attached to the flushing pump. This is an extra step to help clean the pipes and radiators to remove cold spots.
Benefits of a Power Flush
Quicker heat up
Savings of £100’s per year on bills
Rust & lime scale protection
No more cold spots on radiators
Fewer boiler warranty problems
Extending life of your system by 10 yrs!
What does it look like?
The picture to the right is a simple test I done using two jars of water and two nails. In the jar to the right I added some of the chemical I use to keep a heating system clean
& in the jar to the left just tap water. After just one week
of the nail being in the untreated water there has been a
big build up of rust, this is what happens to your central
heating system after yeas of use without flushing or treating.
It becomes thicker than water & takes more energy
(Gas/Electric) to heat up. In some cases the rust solidifies
in the system & blocks it up this is why we get cold spots.
If this builds up in the heat exchange of a boiler the
manufacture will not cover it under the warrantee &
repairs can be very costly.