Boiler installation

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Boiler installation

Installing a condensing boiler system is a relatively simple procedure, depending on your home’s layout and boiler position. Typically, the size of your unit will depend on the size of your home as well as the amount of hot water you will require. For example, if you have a small house but need water for five family members, a larger boiler will be required. However, there are some considerations you should bear in mind when considering installing these types of units:

  • Whether you want a wall hung boiler or a free standing one. Both options are equally viable and depend on preference and layout.
  • As previously mentioned, due to the waste that is produced by a condensing boiler, it is preferable to have the unit installed near a waste pipe.
  • Planning permission may be needed if your flue chute extends above the roof by more than a metre.

In all cases, it is vital to consult with a Gas Safe Registered installer to ensure a safe and effective installation for your home.
You can verify whether your engineer is on the gas safe register by asking to see his identity card – all registered engineers must carry one with them. You can also check online whether their registration number is valid. Make sure that your engineer’s qualifications are legitimate. Hiring an unqualified engineer to replace your boiler could have disastrous consequences, as well as invalidate your warranty.

Boiler maintenance

Keep your boiler at peak performance

Boiler maintenance

Installing a condensing boiler system is a relatively simple procedure, depending on your home’s layout and boiler position. Typically, the size of your unit will depend on the size of your home as well as the amount of hot water you will require. For example, if you have a small house but need water for five family members, a larger boiler will be required. However, there are some considerations you should bear in mind when considering installing these types of units:

  • Whether you want a wall hung boiler or a free standing one. Both options are equally viable and depend on preference and layout.
  • As previously mentioned, due to the waste that is produced by a condensing boiler, it is preferable to have the unit installed near a waste pipe.
  • Planning permission may be needed if your flue chute extends above the roof by more than a metre.

In all cases, it is vital to consult with a Gas Safe Registered installer to ensure a safe and effective installation for your home.
You can verify whether your engineer is on the gas safe register by asking to see his identity card – all registered engineers must carry one with them. You can also check online whether their registration number is valid. Make sure that your engineer’s qualifications are legitimate. Hiring an unqualified engineer to replace your boiler could have disastrous consequences, as well as invalidate your warranty.

Qualified gas engineers

Fault finding

Qualified gas engineers

Installing a condensing boiler system is a relatively simple procedure, depending on your home’s layout and boiler position. Typically, the size of your unit will depend on the size of your home as well as the amount of hot water you will require. For example, if you have a small house but need water for five family members, a larger boiler will be required. However, there are some considerations you should bear in mind when considering installing these types of units:

  • Whether you want a wall hung boiler or a free standing one. Both options are equally viable and depend on preference and layout.
  • As previously mentioned, due to the waste that is produced by a condensing boiler, it is preferable to have the unit installed near a waste pipe.
  • Planning permission may be needed if your flue chute extends above the roof by more than a metre.

In all cases, it is vital to consult with a Gas Safe Registered installer to ensure a safe and effective installation for your home.
You can verify whether your engineer is on the gas safe register by asking to see his identity card – all registered engineers must carry one with them. You can also check online whether their registration number is valid. Make sure that your engineer’s qualifications are legitimate. Hiring an unqualified engineer to replace your boiler could have disastrous consequences, as well as invalidate your warranty.

Plumbing projects

Plumbing, or Heating faults repaired

Plumbing projects

Installing a condensing boiler system is a relatively simple procedure, depending on your home’s layout and boiler position. Typically, the size of your unit will depend on the size of your home as well as the amount of hot water you will require. For example, if you have a small house but need water for five family members, a larger boiler will be required. However, there are some considerations you should bear in mind when considering installing these types of units:

  • Whether you want a wall hung boiler or a free standing one. Both options are equally viable and depend on preference and layout.
  • As previously mentioned, due to the waste that is produced by a condensing boiler, it is preferable to have the unit installed near a waste pipe.
  • Planning permission may be needed if your flue chute extends above the roof by more than a metre.

In all cases, it is vital to consult with a Gas Safe Registered installer to ensure a safe and effective installation for your home.
You can verify whether your engineer is on the gas safe register by asking to see his identity card – all registered engineers must carry one with them. You can also check online whether their registration number is valid. Make sure that your engineer’s qualifications are legitimate. Hiring an unqualified engineer to replace your boiler could have disastrous consequences, as well as invalidate your warranty.