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Benefits Of An Annual Boiler Service

All boilers manufacturers and heating engineers recommend an annual boiler service and there’s good reason for it. You can reduce your energy bills, reduce downtime and so much more. Take a read to find out all of the benefits of boiler servicing and you should get one booked in...

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How To Increase The Lifetime Of Your Boiler

After installation, a gas boiler should last anywhere between 10-15 years, but that’s only if it’s looked after. If your boiler barely lasts the minimum term and breaks down within a couple of years, we’d highly recommend reading the rest of this post. We hope it helps...

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Why You Should Get A New Boiler

Boiler replacements can be expensive, we recognise that. However, if you’re tired of your old boiler breaking down or are concerned about the running costs of your current boiler, this post is designed with you in mind. A brand new boiler isn’t all that bad...

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The Many Benefits Of Power Flushing

A power flush serves to improve the performance of a central heating system. It does this by firing water at a high velocity through the entire system with the intention of flushing out rust, sludge and any other debris that might otherwise be clogging the system. There are a lots of benefits...

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Important Points To Consider Before Installing A New Boiler

Boilers are expensive, that’s why it’s important to consider a couple of things in order to get the right one. You need to consider which type of boiler is most appropriate, which boiler manufacturer is best and where the most appropriate position for the new boiler is and more...

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DIY? Hire A Professional Plumber Instead

Fixing faulty plumbing work by yourself can be tempting, we know. However, when you outweigh the cost of hiring a professional plumber against the cost of time, tools and the potential for a much more serious problem, we think that there is only one option...