We’re fully trained in all aspects of domestic central heating maintenance and installation, so you can have confidence in us to deliver a high-quality service to your home.
We can also carry out any repair work to your central heating system, and will always provide a free, no obligation quote before we carry out any work.
Top tips for choosing the right domestic central heating system
You should consider how much hot water you and your family use, the size of your property, the fuel that is available to you, your existing system and the types of boiler you can have installed. You may also want to consider other factors such as energy efficiency and options for renewable energy use.
- Make sure to choose the right kind of boiler. The main part of any central heating system is the boiler which powers it
- Think about what size you need
- Look at how much space you have
- Get advice from the professionals
Our process to installing a new system
Step 1: Attend the property to carry out a survey, discuss customer requirements and expectations
Step 2 : Supply quote to the customer covering all of the charges upfront
Step 3 : Quote accepted, we will select a suitable install day and time that is convenient to the customer, our working day starts at 8am so we look to arrive first thing between 8-9am on the morning of the install.
Step 3: Install the radiators. …
Step 4: Install the pipes. …
Step 5: Set up the control system. …
Step 6: Fit the boiler. …
Step 7: Commission the system
Top tips for a healthy central heating system
- System cleansing
- Regular flushing
- Use a magnetic heating system filter
- Ongoing system protection
- Yearly boiler services
- Book a boiler service today
What does a boiler service typically include?
Boiler service usually includes a range of tests and inspections to assess the safety and efficiency of your boiler as well as identify any concerns so that they can be addressed as soon as possible. Below are our common checks during a service:
The boiler engineer will inspect your boiler, looking for any leaks or corrosion
If you have an older boiler, the engineer will assess the colour of your boiler’s pilot light. This check ensures that your boiler is burning fuel properly (fuel that is not fully burnt can be a safety risk).
An experienced member of your local boiler engineer team will check the internal parts of your boiler. This usually includes vital components such as the spark probe, main injector, heat exchanger, burner, and safety devices.
Your engineer boiler will inspect the flue terminals. This is an important safety measure to ensure that the terminals are not blocked and that they have been sealed correctly.
The water and gas pipework will be checked carefully for wear and tear.
The engineer usually investigates your gas pressure and flow settings. If these are not at the right level, they usually get adjusted.
Finally, they will switch on your boiler, checking that it is operating correctly and that the temperature controls are working properly.
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