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When it comes to a Boiler Service there are more benefits than you may think about having your annual boiler service!
Healthy boilers are happy boilers!
Having your boiler serviced annually is an important part of keeping your boiler running efficiently, the more efficient your boiler is the less money you spend on your energy bills!
That's the beauty of a high-quality boiler service!
Not only does an annual boiler service improve efficiency and reduce your gas bills, It also keeps you, your family, and your home safeguarded!
Ensuring that your boiler is working safely is just as, if not more important as it is efficient. Gas safeguard your home!
So what can you expect from our Boiler Service?
3 in 1 Boiler Service Exclusive from the Central Heating Hub Ltd,
Gas safety Test fro the check to the whole property!
Gas Safety Certificate also included!
Full Boiler Service tgaso manufactures instructions by our full time qualifyied engineers. We may make adjustments to improve energy efficiency and reduce running costs!
All for £6.99 a month, add break down cover for £3 a month, covering you 365 days of the year!
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Central Heating Hub advises "CHECK YOUR APPLIANCES ANNUALLY"
Don’t leave it to chance – unchecked appliances could pose a risk to you and your family
All gas appliances in your property need to be safety checked by a Gas Safe registered engineer annually and serviced according to manufacturer’s instructions. Any appliance left unchecked could leave you at risk of carbon monoxide poisoning. It’s an extremely good idea to have your gas pipework inspected at the same time as having a gas safety check, every year – and it’s law if you’re a landlord. Contact our shop for advise or request a call back.
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We recommend annual appliance servicing.
If you notice any of the following warning signs, you’ll want to get your appliance serviced right away:
The gas appliance is not working properly
The appliance is burning with a lazy yellow flame rather than a crisp blue one
Black marks/stains are evident around the gas appliance
The pilot light keeps going out
There is increased condensation in the room
What’s the difference between a safety check and a service?
Prior to any work being carried out it is important to agree with your registered engineer their scope of the work so that everyone is clear. For example, there are differences between an appliance service and a safety check and equally between a safety check of appliances and a safety check of the whole installation, which includes all pipework and appliances.
What is an Appliance Safety Check?
An appliance safety check at a minimum includes all of the checks and tests to ensure the appliance is safe to operate, for example:
It is correctly set and adjusted to ensure the gas is burning correctly
It is of a type suitable for the room in which it is located
It is physically stable, securely fitted and properly connected to the gas pipework
There is an adequate and permanent air supply suitable for the appliance type installed
Any flues or chimneys are operating correctly
All safety devices function correctly
What is an Appliance Service?
An appliance service will include all of the above checks and tests and any other specific checks, for inspection and/or cleaning of the appliance as specified and detailed in the appliance manufacturer’s instructions. This may include:
If appropriate, an analysis of the combustion exhaust gases to ensure the appliance is burning the gas safely
A check of the condition of the appliance including (but not limited to): the effectiveness of any seals, gaskets, the cleanliness of heat exchangers etc. and checking for any signs of heat or other distress
This is not an exhaustive list and servicing requirements will vary across appliance types and models.
Note: Some appliance servicing regimes provide an interim performance check (annual) to be used in order to determine the degree of dismantling the appliance and the level of servicing required.
What is a Gas Installation Safety check?
If a gas installation safety check (all appliances and internal pipework) is required or specified each appliance will need to be checked as outlined above and additionally:
All accessible gas pipework is visually inspected to ensure the installation is in good condition, and;
The gas pipework is tested to ensure there are no gas leaks
During and after the engineer’s visit
When assessing an unsafe gas appliance, all engineers will follow the Gas Industry Unsafe Situations Procedure (GIUSP) which provides ‘best practice’ advice to engineers on how to deal with specific gas safety concerns.
After they have worked on the appliance, the engineer may issue you with a report detailing the checks they’ve carried out. This could be a Gas Safety Record, depending on what work they have done – however it's not a legal requirement for this to be issued, so it’s probably best to check with the business beforehand what documentation they’re likely to provide.
Flues, chimneys and air vents
These all play an important role in the safe operation of gas appliances, allowing products of combustion to escape and ensuring a high level of ventilation. As cold as it might get during winter, never block up these airways – this could result in a build up of carbon monoxide in your home.
Chimneys will need to be checked every year for blockages (such as birds’ nests and debris) which can prevent dangerous fumes from escaping. The Gas Safe registered engineer will be on the lookout for these.
If you live in a property with a shared flue or chimney, you’ll need to share responsibility with others to ensure they are checked annually as it’s possible for carbon monoxide to enter properties through these shared vents.
Free Gas Appliance Check
If you choose us for your annual service and gas safety check. We will visually check all other appliances in the property to ensure there are no visual signs of gas safety issues.
Call our team or request a call back