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09 Feb

Heating | Oil | Boiler Replacement

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Replacing my old oil boiler with a new one

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17 Nov

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converting from gas boiler to oil. installation of new system incl combo boiler - hot water on demand. are you the property owner: owner of the property is this for a residential or commerial building...

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03 Oct

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27 Sep

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09 Sep

Heating | Oil | Boiler Replacement

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24 Aug

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21 Jun

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15 May

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urgently need new boiler. we have a combi at the moment which is constantly breaking down. we have no hot at the moment so that is why it is urgent.

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17 Mar

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16 Mar

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21 Jan

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25 Dec

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need an electric boiler unvented system to replace our oil system which is to be removed. must supply and heat 4 bed property...please provide quotes.. many thanks

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20 Dec

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require unvented hot water and heating sysyem .. water tanks and electric boiler..in 4 bedroom property.. quotes required. are you the property owner: owner of the property is this for a residential ...

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20 Oct

Heating | Oil | Boiler Replacement

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30 Sep

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29 Sep

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30 Aug

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06 Aug

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How much do Heating Engineer services cost?

How much do Heating Engineers in Isle Of Man cost?
Costs for Heating Engineers around Isle Of Man can fluctuate depending upon the kind of job that you require to have actually carried out in your house. It's the question we get asked a lot "how much do Heating Engineers in Isle Of Man charge?". It's always very good to have an idea of how much a Heating Engineer will likely charge for their services. Rates will most likely fluctuate based on the materials and also the tradesman selected. The list reveals the types of task that Heating Engineers normally do and also the regular cost range of these jobs. Some projects take longer to finish than others so costs do vary by project.

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The average price
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£2,647

Heating Engineer job Heating Engineer cost in 2024
Combi boiler in Isle Of Man £1,875-£2,875
Lpg boilers in Isle Of Man £2,320-£3,480
Biomass boilers in Isle Of Man £7,500-£11,500
New Oil boiler in Isle Of Man £2,250-£3,450
Boiler repair and service in Isle Of Man £113-£173
Electric heaters in Isle Of Man £1,500-£2,300
Eco boiler (hhrco) in Isle Of Man £1,875-£2,875
Boiler finance in Isle Of Man £1,875-£2,875
Heating control system in Isle Of Man £225-£345
Micro chp boiler in Isle Of Man £3,750-£5,750
Oil boiler repairs & servicing in Isle Of Man £83-£127
Gas works in Isle Of Man £60-£92
Boiler cover in Isle Of Man £5-£25
Commercial Gas Boiler in Isle Of Man £4,000-£10,000

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Heating Engineer FAQs

do i need a new commercial boiler?

Ad hoc visits from your engineer to fix small issues with your heating system may actually seem cheaper and a lot more affordable, however when a boiler is ripe enough for a change these small issues are always never ending. Over some period of time, these small issues will inevitably get worse and the idea of “mend and make do will be an absolutely false economy. The best course of action in this sort of event is to find a replacement boiler to install as soon as possible. In this article, we’re going to give you some hints that’ll show you when your boiler needs to be replaced. Now let’s take a look!

✓ Insufficient hot water. Here, you’ll have to check the size of your hot water cylinder. It’s crucial to make sure that your boiler is rightly sized to power your heating as well as hot water circuit in line with your demands. You should always seek the advice of a heating expert who can recommend whether to fix or replace the boiler.

✓ Strange noises. It’s normal for components of the boiler to become worn or damaged over time. Replacing the particular component that’s causing the knocking or rattling may seem cost effective at first but more often than not, the noises usually signal a bigger issue which is likely to build up over time. Hence, it’ll be a lot more logical to replace the boiler itself.

✓ Regular repair of your boiler. It’s essential to have your heating system serviced by a Gas Safe engineer on an annual basis. However, when you have to call them more often than once a year for your yearly maintenance, it may be a wise decision to consider getting a replacement.

✓ Other events whereby you may need a new boiler includes when you can’t get the right temperature in your room, when the radiators don’t heat up as they should, when your boiler leaks and if your boiler still has a pilot light.

do i need a new boiler?

Ad hoc visits from your engineer to fix small issues with your heating system may actually seem cheaper and a lot more affordable, however when a boiler is ripe enough for a change these small issues are always never ending. Over some period of time, these small issues will inevitably get worse and the idea of “mend and make do will be an absolutely false economy. The best course of action in this sort of event is to find a replacement boiler to install as soon as possible. In this article, we’re going to give you some hints that’ll show you when your boiler needs to be replaced. Now let’s take a look!

✓ Insufficient hot water. Here, you’ll have to check the size of your hot water cylinder. It’s crucial to make sure that your boiler is rightly sized to power your heating as well as hot water circuit in line with your demands. You should always seek the advice of a heating expert who can recommend whether to fix or replace the boiler.

✓ Strange noises. It’s normal for components of the boiler to become worn or damaged over time. Replacing the particular component that’s causing the knocking or rattling may seem cost effective at first but more often than not, the noises usually signal a bigger issue which is likely to build up over time. Hence, it’ll be a lot more logical to replace the boiler itself.

✓ Regular repair of your boiler. It’s essential to have your heating system serviced by a Gas Safe engineer on an annual basis. However, when you have to call them more often than once a year for your yearly maintenance, it may be a wise decision to consider getting a replacement.

✓ Other events whereby you may need a new boiler includes when you can’t get the right temperature in your room, when the radiators don’t heat up as they should, when your boiler leaks and if your boiler still has a pilot light.

what is a condensing boiler?

Condensing boilers are the in-thing when it comes to modern heating systems in UK homes and across the globe for a good reason. This is primarily due to the fact that condensing boilers happens to be highly efficient as it enables the fuel you’re burning to heat up your home go a lot further. Having a new high efficiency condensing boiler rather than an old G-rated non condensing boiler will not only enhance your heating controls, but also save you a lot of money annually. In this article, we’re going to take you through the basics of a condensing boiler. Let’s take a closer look!

If you’re interested in getting a greener and more efficient boiler, you simply can’t afford to look beyond a high efficiency condensing boiler. This is purely due to the fact that these condensing boilers happens to make a better use of the heat they’re able to produce from burning fuels like oil or gas ( in other words, they require less heat from the burner, which makes them a lot more efficient).

So how does a condensing boiler work? Unlike a non-condensing heat-nly boiler, some heat will be wasted in form of hot gases which are released from the flue. Meanwhile a condensing boiler captures some of the heat from these gases and puts them to use for heating up water that’s coming back from your central heating system. As a result, it requires just a minimal heat from the burner which make the boiler more efficient.

You should take note that all new modern boilers are condensing boilers. Therefore if you’re planning to replace an old boiler with a new one, you’ll definitely be buying a new condensing boiler and benefit from all the efficiency and savings that comes with it.

how much is british gas homecare

If you’re looking to have your boiler insured, there are a number of boiler cover providers you should probably check out with British Gas Homecare being right up there as one of the best in the business. In this post, we’re going to consider the British Gas Homecare prices to help you make the best-informed decisions possible moving forward. Let’s take a look!

 

Firstly, British Gas offers a wide variety of packages to provide coverage for repairs as well as breakdowns on heating systems. They also offer plans which includes cover for your central heating, plumbing, drains as well as electrics. With this provider, you can choose to pay your cover either in monthly instalments or annually. Simply have it at the back of your mind that the cost of your package will depend mainly on the things you want to cover – the more the risk you wish to protect against, the more expensive your package is likely to be.

 

In general, HomeCare starts from £13 a month (£60 excess). Conditions and exclusions is applicable, prices may also vary based on your property’s postcode. With British Gas, there are a number of products to select from within their range some of which features an annual service and repair of your boiler and controls. Their products include British Gas Home Care One, British Gas Home Care Two, British Gas HomeCare Three and British Gas HomeCare Four. There are also some exclusions, which means that irrespective of the HomeCare product you opt for, there are certain things that British Gas do not cover. For instance, sludge or scale removal and the repair of the damage arising as a result. Showers and their parts, shared drains, faults caused by a non-British Gas engineer and more.

 

Overall, the amount you pay per month or year will be based on your location in the UK and the British Gas will confirm the price once they’ve been able to take a couple of details from you.

how to install a gas cooktop in an island?

How To Install A Gas Cooktop In An Island

Are you thinking about installing a gas cooktop in your kitchen island? If yes, then you must know that there are clearance requirements that must be met (before you proceed) between the cut out and the countertop’s edge. Basically, there are incremental requirements for island installation due to the fact that it does not make an assumption that the product is going to be fitted against a rear wall that acts to protect the back of the unit. As a result, while doing an island install we must put the safety of the product into consideration much more that we do a standard install. What’s more? This island clearance requirement develops from a third-party agency and is a standard with all brands. So how do you install a gas cooktop in an island having the aforementioned requirements in mind?

• Use a foil tape to line the inside edges of the cut out. The function of this is to prevent heat damage as well as countertop’s discolouration. Put the cooktop top on a secured surface.

• Identify the pipe coming out of the cooktop’s side or bottom and brush onto the threads of the manifold entrance.

• Pass the pressure regulator onto the entrance of the manifold and make use of a wrench to tighten it.

• Brush the pipe joint compound onto one of the flare union adaptor’s threads and pass it into the regulator’s open end. Make it slightly tight with a full turn of the wrench.

• Connect the flare union adaptor’s open end with the flexible appliance connector hose, upon brushing on pipe joint compound.

• Put foam tape on the cooktop underside’s edges, if your cooktop comes with a glass burner plate.

• Turn the cooktop to set it into the cutout.

• Apply pipe-joint compound onto the flare union adaptor left and secure it firmly into the gas shutout valve.

• Connect the flexible hose connector’s free end with the flare union adaptor.

do i need homeserve plumbing and drainage cover?

Are you worried about blocked drains? Yes, you probably should! As a homeowner ( with a detached, semi detached or terraced house), all plumbing and drainage issues within your home or even within your property boundary is your responsibility. Hence, you’d might want to consider getting a Homeserve plumbing and drainage cover to help keep your home running smoothly and putting your mind at ease. The only exception here is if the drain in question is a lateral drain which is a common feature in flats. In this situation, it’s only the building managers that would be responsible for the maintenance of the drainage as it’s shared between several homes. Before 2011, the various flats or houses that shares the lateral drain are responsible for its maintenance.

Working with top utility companies for over 2 decades, Homeserve has positioned itself as one of the leading home assistance providers in the United Kingdom. With their top notch services, they’ve been able to make their client’s lives a lot easier and stress free through the provision of a wide array of repair solutions such as drainage, plumbing, heating, electrics and a lot more.

As a homeowner with the responsibility of maintaining the drains and ensuring there’s no block or damage, it’s simply a no brainer to go for a plumbing and drainage cover and more importantly, get good cover. Homeserve are one of the providers but there are a number of others which offer great service at competitive prices. Without an insurance in place, you may just have to break the bank just to have an engineer or plumber to fix any plumbing or drainage issue you might have. So why not give yourself a peace of mind and get a cover today?

how often should you service an oil boiler?

How Often Should You Service An Oil Boiler?

If you have an oil boiler, you probably know the importance of having it serviced to ensure its proper functioning, prolong its useful life as well as ensuring the safety of your home. However, the question that most frequently arises is how often would one need to service the prized hating system? If you’re also looking for the answer to this same question, then you’ve come to the right place. To make sure your oil boiler is running smoothly, safely and efficiently, it should be serviced as often as once in a year. You certainly do want to know the numerous disadvantages of failing to service your boiler. Not only will neglecting your oil boiler service result in possible faults as well as higher energy bill caused by its inefficiency, but can also lead to your warranty ending early.

Therefore, you should ensure your oil boiler is serviced by a qualified heating engineer on an annual basis to make sure it’s running just as it should. This will give you peace of mind knowing you wouldn’t be spending huge bucks on possible repairs and in some cases, replacements.

As a landlord in the UK, it’s a legal requirement to make sure that your oil boiler and flue system is services on a yearly basis in your rental property.

Unlike a gas and oil boiler, an electric boiler do not require the same level of maintenance or servicing. However, it’ll be a nice move to ensure that it’s also checked once in a while.

Overall, it’s important to note that failure to service your oil boiler on a yearly basis can give rise to multiple risks. These includes a rise in energy bills, carbon monoxide leak, fault that can cause boiler breakdown as well as an expensive repair or replacement bill.

how to fix a broken boiler?

How To Fix A Broken Boiler

To fix any problem when it comes to home appliances, the first step is always to identify the problem while also carrying out thorough checks - a broken boiler is not an exception. Putting enough time and effort in diagnosing a problem can go a lot way to save you both time and money. So here are some of the steps you can take to fix your broken boiler before you put a call out to a licensed engineer.

✓ Check to confirm if your pilot light is on. Whenever you’re facing some issues with your boiler, this should always be the first thing you do. The pilot light being on speak volumes, if the light is off then there’s absolutely no way the flame can start the appliance’s gas supply. You should try to put it back on, if off. To do this, you simply have to follow the detailed instructions on your boiler’s manual strictly. If after following these actions to the letter and the issue remains the same, then you’d probably need the services of an a qualified engineer. Never try to fix the issue on your own.

✓ Check the pressure. The solution to the headaches might sometimes be as simple as examining your appliance’s pressure gauge. Here, the good numbers are around 1.0 or1.5, if it happens to fall below this, then you should open the boiler’s instruction manual. You can also inspect your radiator valves for any leaks. You’d have to call in a specialist to solve the issue.

✓ Check the thermostat. Here, it’s important to note that a faulty thermostat doesn’t necessarily imply a broken boiler. It may just signify that you need to replace your thermostat. Simply check to ensure that your thermostat is turned on and temperature is at the appropriate degree.

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