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Our Engineers are expert installers of gas fitted boilers and central heating systems. We have gas boilers (standard) or combination boilers both high efficiency condensing boilers which are the most economical available. All our Engineers carry high efficiency qualifications and are gas Safe Registered. If you do not have a gas supply we can install an LPG boiler which can be Combi or conventional.

We offer various heating services, and can provide annual service contracts, insurance maintenance and repair contracts, Landlords Annual Gas Safety Certificate checks, power flushing for clogged up central heating systems, replacing and upgrading of old heating system components.

We understand that having major work on your home can be a very stressful time and disrupt your daily routine, which is why our professional Gas Boiler Installation plans mean that installing your perfect heating system is done with the minimum fuss and mess and also done at a time to suit you.

Before we begin your Boiler Installation we undertake a comprehensive survey to establish your specific needs and match a system to your family’s lifestyle and we arrange an installation date that suits you. We will then give you a target completion date, so you are able to plan your life around us.

Once your new system is installed we are available on the phone or in person to answer any questions you may have regarding your new system. Should you require any maintenance or Purging and Testing on your system we are available to provide this at great prices and at times to suit you.

As winter closes in and temperatures across the UK begin to plummet, you want to be certain that you and your family have the warmest, cosiest home possible. You might not realise it, but the chances of a boiler breakdown if you have an old central heating system is actually significantly higher than if you have a more modern combi boiler unit.

Considering installing
a Combi Boiler?

What is a Combi Boiler??

A combi boiler is a (relatively) new kind of boiler design. All the heating components, including the pump, hot water storage cylinder, flue, and feed/expansion tanks are all combined into a solid, single unit – so it’s a space-saving option. Unlike a traditional boiler, you won’t have to wait long for a combi to heat water which makes it typically more energy efficient. Before you jump in head first and start shopping around though, there are some important things to consider when purchasing and installing a new combi boiler. To help out we’ve made a quick mini-guide that tells you everything you need to know:

Choosing a suitable model
that you can afford

The most important part of purchasing a new combi boiler is to choose a model that is both suitable for your home and affordable. After all, there is nothing worse than installing a combi boiler designed specifically for small flats when you have a large detached house to heat – for one thing the costs will be through the roof, as the tank will probably be designed to heat at a much slower rate than you’d like – forcing you to turn up the thermostat again and again in desperation for some proper heat. Additionally, correcting such a mistake will be costly – and if you find you can’t afford to have a model torn out and replaced with an alternative once it’s been fitted, you can be left in a proper financial predicament.
You should therefore check all the specifications and heating limits of every model you look at. If necessary describe your home and heating requirements to a retailer or specialist – they should be able to put you on the right track and possibly save you a bit of extra cash!

Finally, before the combi boiler installation begins, you will need to make sure you are completely and comprehensively prepared to make the final fitting run as smoothly as possible. That will include clearing any clutter out of your chosen space for your new combi boiler; if radiators are being replaced, checking that each one is turned off and there is enough space for dismantling to begin; and if an old heating tank is being removed, making sure you and your family are out of the way for a few hours so it can be taken out as quickly and safely as possible.

It might be a little bit of a hectic environment for a couple of days, but by following these three simple steps you are making sure that your combi boiler installation will be smooth sailing for you and your family – allowing you to turn up the heating within a matter of days.

Making sure you
are fully prepared for installation


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