Boiler servicing is something that everyone knows they should get done annually, however in our busy lives it’s often something we just forget about. We won’t let you forget, as it’s gives you peace of mind first of all and ensures your boiler is working correctly and efficiently. It’s included in our Simplicity plan along with lots of other great benefits.
Why Should I Get my Boiler Serviced
You could save money on your energy bills
Our annual service is always free and it will often save you money as well. On every annual service, your gas safe engineer will carry out a number of tests on your boiler, which will tell the engineer if your boiler is running as efficiently as it can, depending on the make, model and age. A more efficient boiler will save you lots of money over time.
We will spot small issues before they become big problems
Small boiler issues can often lead to more costly problems if left unattended. Your gas safe engineer will detect any minor issues your boiler may have and fix the minor problems there and then, helping you avoid larger future malfunctions.
Faulty boilers can be dangerous
Having an annual boiler service will make certain your boiler is running correctly and also maintain its tip-top performance. A broken or faulty boiler can be dangerous, as they produce CO gas, as well as the potential of an unspotted leak. If your boiler is regularly serviced it will give you peace of mind that your boiler is safe.
How often should a boiler be serviced
You may not know this, however boiler warranties are only valid if you get an annual service and your service book is stamped or signed by a gas safe engineer. We will call you for your annual service between March and November as it’s the best time for the boiler engineers to be available.
Will it take all day?
No. Our annual boiler service takes us about 30 minutes on average(unless we have to fix a fault). What the gas safe engineer will do is check for any corrosion or leaks, check the boiler and controls and working correctly. They’ll also check the gas pressure is in the correct range and the flue is working as it should.