We’ve answered some of our most frequently asked questions about the services provided by our Gas Safe™ registered boiler engineers. If you can’t find the answer to your question, please don’t hesitate to get in touch with us today on 01202 681955.
We install all boiler types: combi, conventional and system boilers. Our engineers can advise on the best option for your property.
Call the National Grid on 0800 111 999, 24/7. Extinguish all naked flames and do not light anything. Turn the gas off at the meter (this will usually be outside your property) and make sure you don’t touch any electrical switches. Open all doors and windows before getting everyone out of the area.
Every home should be fitted with a carbon monoxide detector. Carbon monoxide detectors work in the same way as a smoke alarm, alerting you if you have a carbon monoxide leak. This is very important as carbon monoxide is odourless and can have a serious impact on your health.
It’s generally recommended that boilers are serviced annually, to keep them running safely and efficiently.
All of our boiler engineers are Gas Safe™ registered, so you can rest assured that your installation, repair or service is in good hands.
Our Gas Safe™ registered engineers are qualified to carry out gas safety checks and provide a Gas Safety Certificate.
If you discover a leak in your home, turn off the water at the main stopcock (this will usually be under or near to your kitchen sink), then turn all the cold taps on to drain the system. You should also turn off your central heating or any other water heating system you have, then turn on the hot taps to drain the system. If a pipe has burst, you should also turn off the electrics.
Powerflushing uses a machine to force water through your heating system at low pressure but high speed. This removes rust, sludge and sediment from within your heating system.
We typically install Glow-worm, Worcester Bosch and Vaillant boilers, but our engineers can work with all major brands.