When you are ready to have to start thinking about needing a new boiler installation as your boiler repairs have failed. Whether it be due to an emergency break-down and you need a replacement boilerin a hurry, or whether you want to plan a possible future need for a boiler replacement so that you can be sure your heating will be working well during the cooler seasons.
Our heating engineers are here to help guide you into choosing the best new boiler installations for your home.
There are many different factors that you need to take into account when selecting the right boiler for your home, these include:
You and your home can both benefit from having your boiler replaced and a new boiler installation. Whether your boiler is beyond repair or if you simply need an upgrade, Our heating engineers can help you with a brand new boiler installation.
Our team has come up with what we believe are a few of the main benefits of replacing your boiler, such as:
Every boiler needs upgrading at some time, maybe it is too old, no longer working properly, or it may have been condemned.
There are some commonplace reasons for needing a new boiler installation:
A Combi boiler provides an unlimited, instantaneous hot water supply, in addition to your central heating needs.
Combi boilers are fantastic for smaller properties, such as flats or small houseshomes, where space is at a premium. A combination boiler is extremely energy efficient and cost-effective as water is only heated when you needit and not heated and stored.
The downside to combination boilers is that when there are two or more taps being used simulaniously, there is a noticeable difference in the flow rate of the hot water as the water comes directly from the mains water supply.
This boiler installation only acts as a heat source, either you can use it to heat your radiators or under-floor heating, or you can use it to heat the water in your hot water cylinder.
They are similar to conventional boilers, with the difference being that they contain additional components, such as a central heating pump, pressure relief valve, and expansion vessel.
System boilers, like combination boilers, are installed as part of a “sealed” heating system, meaning, if also fitted with an unvented cylinder, there is no need for any tanks in your loft.
A Conventional boiler installation also acts only as a heat source,as with system boilers, although, they have no additional components in them.
They are sometimes installed in a ‘classic’ type of heating system, where there may be a cylinder, along with pumps to boost water pressure to baths and showers.
These types of boilers are best for older heating systems, where increased pressures used in a ‘sealed’ system may cause issues with leaks etc.
When you contact us about a new gas boiler installation, we will gather as much information as possible and if necessary, one of our experienced heating engineers will visit your home to carry out a full survey at a time that is best for you
When we are assured that the proposed boiler is suitable for you and your house, we will send you a free, no-obligation quotation.
When the quote is accepted, we will agree on an installation date and book you in, following which the deposit invoice for the work will be sent to you.
We will usually arrive between 8-9 AM on the day of installation and finish between 3-6 PM. If it is a large installation, we may need to return for a second even third day to complete the ob.
During the work, we will provide regular updates as to what we are doing and any abnormalities or issues we come up against.
Invariably while carrying out any boiler installation, there is likely to be something that wasn’t accounted for, such as previous poor workmanship or interesting discoveries such as birds and wasps nests! But you can be rest assured, no matter what we find, our gas safe registered engineers have the skill and experience to find a suitable solution to the issue!
Once the job is complete, we will fully test and commission the boiler and provide you with the completed manufacturers’ benchmark, after talking you through any user controls or other information that you may need to be aware of with your new boiler.
If the above sounds like the kind of company that you would like to have working in your home, please don’t hesitate to get on contact today! Call 0203 137 3333 or just fill in the form below and we will contact you to discuss your requirements!
– Call the National Grid UK on 0800 111 999, any time, day or night!
– Extinguish all naked flames and do not smoke or light anything.
– Do not touch any electrical switches, turning on or off.
– Turn the gas off at the meter (generally outside the house).
– Open all doors and windows.
– Get everyone out of the area
YES – It is recommended that boilers are serviced annually and you hold a gas safety certificate for your home
– You can catch boiler problems early before they develop and avoid the need for boiler repair
– It is cheaper than replacing your boiler
– It will save money on your energy bills
– You can keep your boiler safe
– Your boiler will stay under the manufacturer warranty
– Unusual whistling, banging, or tapping noises.
– Higher than average gas usage indicates the boiler is not performing efficiently.
– The pilot light or flames are orange/yellow in colour, which should normally be blue.
– It will show a high system water pressure instead of continuing at a steady pressure
Boiler installations vary. It depends on the work that needs to be done. If you have a combi boiler and we are installing a new combi boiler in the same place, this will take approx 4-6 hours.
If you are converting from a system boiler to a combi boile, this will take approx 2 days.
If you would like your boiler relocating to a different part of your home, you need to add another 1/2-1 Day onto the work to install the boiler
This depends on the type and the make of boiler in which you need. Our expert boiler installation engineers will make an assesment of your home and lifestyle and suggest the right type of boiler for you. you will then have a choice of brands of boiler to choose to suit your budget
Our normal operating hours are:
Monday- Friday 7am – 6pm
Emergency out of hours include:
Monday – Friday 7pm – 12pm
Saturday & Sunday 7am – 10pm
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