With the winter fast approaching, having a boiler and central heating system that’s in perfect working order is essential. Without regular servicing and maintenance, even the best boilers will break down after a while, leaving you shivering just when the mercury’s at its lowest.
Luckily, keeping your boiler in good working order is easy. All you need is a bit of organisation and a visit from the team at Charter Heating. With our expertise and experience, we can ensure that your boiler keeps going and going for as long as possible.
With the winters seeming to last longer every year, our boilers are working harder than ever. Heating the home and producing nice hot water for your baths and showers, boilers are one of the most important appliances in any household.
As most boilers are hard at work for at least a few hours every day, they need a bit of TLC to keep them in tiptop condition. During a service, the heating engineer will check that everything is running smoothly and make any repairs that are necessary.
Your service needs to be carried out by a trained professional as incorrectly fitted or repaired boilers can be extremely dangerous.
How often should I get my boiler serviced?
We recommend that you get your boiler serviced every year. By having it checked on a regular basis, you can spot any problems before they become serious and prevent a breakdown during the cold winter months.
What’s more, a boiler that’s well maintained works more efficiently, saving you money and ensuring your house is as warm and cosy as possible.
Do all properties need to have their boilers serviced?
Both domestic and commercial properties need to have their boilers serviced on a regular basis. If boilers aren’t well maintained, they could break down, leak dangerous fumes or become less efficient.
As we have extensive experience in both domestic and commercial properties as well as industrial settings, we’re a one-stop shop for all of your heating and boiler needs. To find out more, get in touch with a friendly member of our team today.