Gas boiler maintenance is essential to maximise the lifetime value of your heating systems and keep them working efficiently
A well looked after boiler is a reliable boiler
To ensure that you get the best value from your boiler you need to have a regular (annual) gas boiler maintenance schedule.
Having a properly working boiler is great. There’s little better than hot water or a warm house on demand. When your boiler goes wrong though, that’s not so great. Waking up to a cold home, followed by a cold shower isn’t going to be a great start to anyone’s day.
Annual gas boiler maintenance will extend the life of your central heating systems, and yearly maintenance is something we’d definitely recommend.
Even if your gas boiler appears to be working fine, there could be a hidden problem just waiting to show itself at the most inconvenient time. Having your annual maintenance will not only give you peace of mind that your boiler is working correctly, but it’ll also highlight potential issues so repairs can be complete before they become a real problem. Evidence of an annual gas boiler service could also be an essential requirement for your boiler guarantee.
Our gas boiler maintenance visits include a comprehensive list of essential items:
- Visual inspection for damage, corrosion and ventilation
- Inspection of the boiler control system to ensure safe and complete operation
- A flue test to check for any dangerous emissions
- A report detailing our findings, including any recommendations for repair work
If you want to make sure your boiler doesn’t let you down this winter, call us now for a no-obligation quote for your service visit.
Hargrave Heating and Plumbing - Proudly serving Gateshead for over 20 years
Hargrave Heating and Plumbing - Proudly serving Gateshead for over 20 years.
Hargrave Heating & Plumbing are authorised members of Gas Safe (registration number 584434).
GAS safe is the official list of gas businesses who are registered to work safely and legally on boilers, cookers, fires and all other gas appliances.
By law all gas engineers must be on the Gas Safe Register.