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Glow Green

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Glow Green is one of the UK's leading providers of energy efficient products that focus on the need to reduce energy consu...
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Haz Electrical

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Haz Electrical Limited, established just a year ago, is a testament to our passion for delivering top-notch electrical ser...
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With over 15 years of experience, the Hale Heating & Plumbing Ltd team have worked with all makes and models of boilers ac...
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Here at Fuse Electrical Services, we can provide services such as Home Electrics, Re-wires, Security Lighting, Sockets & m...
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NGT Heating Services

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Welcome to the profile of NGT Heating & Plumbing. We are a privately run business who deliver only top quality workmanship...
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Capital 2020

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We are a well established Heating and plumbing company with an abundance of experience in the industry. We are Veissman Ac...

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25 Feb

Heating | Gas | Boiler Repair / Service

Pontypool - NP4

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My Mam's heating and hot water has stopped working. It's an old back boiler system with tank. She is 81, if you are able to attend today incase it is something simple I would be grateful. Kathryn Rail...

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21 Feb

Heating | Biomass Boiler

Llanwrda - SA19

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Hi, We’re looking at having a biomass boiler fitted to our house. The house currently has no central heating system and the hot water is run from an old emersion tank that’ll be removed and pos...

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21 Feb

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Crickhowell - NP7

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Ref Ariston One Bolier. Run from gas bottles since installation, recently ran out whilst we were away from home. Intsalled new and won't re start. Pressure is low at 0.5, tried to increase this by let...

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20 Feb

Heating | LPG | Boiler

Abergele - LL22

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Boiler service quote for combi boiler - installed 2019

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19 Feb

Heating | Gas | Boiler Replacement

Cwmbran - NP44

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customer is looking to replace their gas boiler. they are not sure what brand or model to go for so please call to discuss what options would be best for their home. gas boiler replacement supply and...

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19 Feb

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Barmouth - LL42

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Annual gas boiler service

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19 Feb

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Caerphilly - CF83

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Boiler service plus two cold/not working radiators. Many Thanks Jason.

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19 Feb

Heating | Oil | Boiler Repair / Service

Cardiff - CF24

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Hi, Another plumber called Mark recommended you as I am looking for a plumber to install a water pump in my flat to increase the hot water pressure from the boiler. Please let me know if this is some...

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16 Feb

Gas | Appliances / work

Holyhead - LL65

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Near future…..Connection from new Calor installed tank through to existing LPG boiler. ( trench and outside pipe work already in place and passed by Calor) internal pipe work will be required. Much ...

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12 Feb

Heating | LPG | Boiler

Builth Wells - LD2

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boiler saying ignition fault are you the property owner: owner of the property is this for a residential or commerial building: domestic type of current boiler: lpg what level of service do you requir...

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09 Feb

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Swansea - SA3

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Hello. I have recommended I ring you by Keith Riley (swansea council). I have a leek on a Worcester boiler that I’m told is from a pipe that leaves the block above the pump and dripping down onto t...

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06 Feb

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Treorchy - CF42

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Steady slow drip of clear water coming from inside front left of boiler.

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04 Feb

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Bridgend - CF35

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Leaking tap Dishwasher plumbed in Boiler service

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31 Jan

Heating | Gas | Boiler Replacement

Newport - NP20

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Terrible service leaving us with a bad leak and total lack of communication, no one returning calls😡

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30 Jan

Heating | Gas | Boiler Replacement

Pontypridd - CF37

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homeowner replacement gas boiler supplied and fitted please call to appoint

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30 Jan

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Penarth, Dinas Powys - CF64

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homeowner replacement gas boiler supplied and fitted please call to appoint

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28 Jan

Heating | Gas | Boiler Replacement

Caerphilly - CF83

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customer made enquiry for a gas boiler replacement in caerphilly. they are unsure what brand to go for and would like advice. please contact to appoint are you the property owner: owner of the proper...

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22 Jan

Heating | Gas | Boiler Replacement

Harlech - LL46

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customer in harlech areas is looking to do a couple of projects at the moment, and would like quotes for gas boiler replacement.confirmed interest via sms and email at 22/01/2024 10:21.please call to ...

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18 Jan

Heating | Gas | Boiler Replacement

Aberdare - CF44

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Commercial Gas Boiler Lead

Ferroli Boiler is showing error A08 and not heating home or water.

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18 Jan

Heating | LPG | Boiler

Aberdare - CF44

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A service to the LPG boiler

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How much do Heating Engineer services cost?

How much do Heating Engineers in Wales charge?
Costs for Heating Engineers around Wales can vary depending upon the sort of task that you need to have performed in your house. It's the question we get asked a lot "how much do Heating Engineers in Wales cost?". It's often great to have an idea of how much a Heating Engineer are going to likely charge for their work. Prices will rise and fall based on the materials and also the tradesman chosen. The table shows the kinds of job that Heating Engineers usually do as well as the standard price variety of these projects. Some jobs take longer to complete than others so prices do differ by task.

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£2,454

Heating Engineer job Heating Engineer cost in 2024
Combi boiler in Wales £1,675-£2,789
Lpg boilers in Wales £2,293-£3,370
Biomass boilers in Wales £7,500-£11,500
New Oil boiler in Wales £2,125-£6,725
Boiler repair and service in Wales £81-£158
Electric heaters in Wales £1,500-£2,300
Eco boiler (hhrco) in Wales £1,675-£2,789
Boiler finance in Wales £1,675-£2,789
Heating control system in Wales £163-£398
Micro chp boiler in Wales £3,750-£5,750
Oil boiler repairs & servicing in Wales £117-£314
Gas works in Wales £60-£92
Boiler cover in Wales £5-£25
Commercial Gas Boiler in Wales £1,869-£3,437

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Heating Engineer FAQs

can you replace storage heaters with electric radiators?

Can You Replace Storage Heaters With Electric Radiators?

The short answer to this question is yes. If your outdated storage heater is not heating your home the way it should, you’ll find a better replacement in electric radiators.

Being more modern and efficient, electric radiators offer a wide range of benefits which storage heaters can only dream of. Let’s have a look.

• Unlike storage heaters, electric radiators do not need to be charged up the night before which makes it totally controllable as you do not have to guess what your heating needs will turn out to be the next day.

• The above benefit leads to an even better one as the controllability quality of electric radiators makes them a lot more efficient than storage heaters. Electric radiators usually comes with programmable timers and thermostats which allows you to set various heating schedules for each of your rooms, meaning you’re only heating when and where its needed.

• Unlike some storage heaters, electric radiators do not cause wall blackening and also happen to more elegant and stylish.

• Electric radiators are not tough on allergies like storage heaters as they do not depend mainly on convection to heat

• Electric radiators also have an easy installation process with all you need to do to switch from storage heater to one being the removal of the former and inserting the radiators into the sockets.

However, if you want to make a switch to electric radiators, there’s the need to change to a standard electricity tariff from your economy tariff. And while the standard electricity tariff rates may be more expensive than the night time rate provided by Economy 7, the standard tariff rates are a bit cheaper than the daytime Economy rate. You’ll also get to use much less of electricity while also saving money on your heating bills and more.

does home insurance cover boiler breakdown

Breakdowns of boilers are quite common during the winter months and are usually very expensive to repair when this occurs. According to the research carried out recently by uSwitch, repairing a boiler can cost an average of about £314 with a figure over 20 percent of homes experiencing various heating system issues last year.

 

To answer the question of whether or not your existing home insurance will be enough to cover the boiler breakdown, the answer is probably not. This is due to the fact that heating system faults or breakdowns is a very common occurrence and as a result of poor maintenance practices as well as a high repair cost, several insurance companies often remove it from their home insurance policies.

 

Generally, you’d be given an option of what is termed as “emergency home cover which is an add on or extra to your home insurance policy. Luckily, this add on is quite inexpensive and may be as little as £4 or £5 per month. Depending on your need or budget, you can also purchase the add on as a “stand alone from your current insurer or another company. However, the standalone option is usually more expensive.

 

The emergency home cover normally provides coverage for the boiler repair cost and few times, the rest of the central heating system as well. Being fully aware how important a boiler can be, insurance companies usually deliver a rapid response service as suggested in the name, “emergency home cover. However, the maximum pay-out for call out charges is capped at a particular amount which usually ranges from £500 and £1,000. Apart from the call out fees, the emergency cover also includes a limit on the pay-out amount for future required repairs of heating systems which includes both parts labour.

How can I get my oil boiler repaired?

How Can I Get My Oil Boiler Repaired?

Did your oil boiler just broke down and you’re considering your repair options? Well, you’ve come to the right place! Whenever your oil boiler breaks down, you have two options - repair it yourself or get in touch with a reliable professional. If you lack proper training or experience when it comes to fixing of oil boilers, we’d recommend that you rather hire the services of a trustworthy oil boiler engineer who can guarantee the best results while also saving you time and money that could result from possible costly errors.

However the issue is, not all oil boiler repair services are created equal. The words “expert and “professional are now so cheap that almost, if not all oil boiler repair companies online today make use of those words to qualify themselves. However, when several of them are done delivering their oil boiler repair services you’ll have no other choice than to start questioning their claimed status. In order to separate the boys from the men very early on, a little caution and some research is all that’s needed to know the most reliable company to approach.

To get a good repair company, the first step would be to make sure the company is fully accredited with a professional certification scheme so as to be sure that they’re actually qualified to deliver the service.

Another step you can take is by requesting personal recommendations from family and friends. For a company to be referred by several homeowners in the local area then it must be doing something that’s worth the money invested.

You can as well make use of the internet to get a reliable oil boiler repair company. You can start by visiting the website of the company that manufactured you appliance to identify any recommended repair companies. Go through the companies’ testimonials but do not rely too much on them because in several cases they may not be authentic.

How often should I have a boiler service?

You should have your boiler serviced every year. This ensures that your central heating system is running safely and efficiently, but it’s often also a requirement to keep your boiler’s warranty valid. To avoid disruption to your heating, the best time of year to service your boiler is the summer. You’ll often find that boiler companies will charge less because they have less work.

How to repair a boiler leak?

If your boiler is leaking, there are some checks that you can do yourself. However, you should never attempt to repair your boiler yourself – only a Gas Safe-registered engineer should conduct repairs.

There are 3 main reasons why your boiler might be leaking: there’s a pressure valve fault, a temperature valve leak or corrosion in the system. An engineer will be able to spot the problem quickly, but in the meantime there are a few things you can do:

Check the pipe fittings

If your boiler is leaking water around the pipe fittings, it could be an installation fault and you should get in touch with the engineer that fitted it. You can check the pipe fittings by drying the area then waiting to see if the water appears again. If it does, you may be able to do a ¼ turn of the pipe to stop it. However, you should still call the engineer that installed it to ask them to check the PTFE tape on the inside.

Inspect the seals

Over time, the rubber seals on a boiler can start to perish, so if you have an old boiler this could be the source of your leak. If you have a new boiler, it could be caused by your boiler running over pressure.

Heat exchanger corrosion

Unfortunately, if a boiler engineer discovers that the boiler is leaking water from the heat exchanger, this is the end of the road for your system. The heat exchanger is the most expensive part of your boiler, so it makes more financial sense to replace your boiler with a newer, more efficient model rather than try to replace it.

How much does boiler cover cost?

To ensure your boiler is functioning efficiently and to keep your home warm, it’s important to see that your boiler is serviced on a regular basis by a licensed boiler engineer. Failure to do this can result in sudden boiler breakdown which can be a hard hitting blow to one’s financial power especially when there’s no boiler cover to cushion the blow or totally avoid it all together.

When your boiler is covered, it implies that you’re protected in the event whereby your boiler or it’s controls malfunctions or break. Several boiler cover will include the servicing cost, while some may not so it’s advisable to always go through the details, no matter how small, before entering into a boiler cover agreement. Typically, a boiler cover will cost between £60 to £100 per year and the payment is made on a monthly basis. Various boiler insurance companies have varying cover cost, however, here are the common boiler cover policies:

• Homeserve charges from £13 per month

• EDF Energy costs from £13.29 per month

• British Gas from £12 per month

• Scottish Power from £13.13 every month

• CETRI UK charges from £13.50 every month

• 24/7 home rescue costs from £9.60 every month

• Gorgi Home Plan costs from £6 per month plus 3 months free

• Your repair charges from £9.60 per month

• NPower Boiler Cover costs from £10.92 every month

• SSE Boiler Breakdown Cover charges from £4.95 every month

It’s important to note that sometimes you have the option of adding your boiler cover to your existing home insurance, if you do not want a standalone policy for your boiler cover. In many scenarios, this is referred to as an extra or add on service referred to as “Home Emergency Cover. When compared to the standalone boiler policies, this is usually a lot cheaper as it comes in around £5 per month.

What is the best oil boiler on the market?

What Is The Best Oil Boiler On The Market?

With a plethora of sizes and models available in the market today, it can be a hassle choosing the best oil boiler. There are 3 main types of oil boilers which includes an oil combi boiler, a regular oil boiler and a system oil boiler. Within these three types, we have a wide range of models and sizes with varying heating and hot water demands.

With tonnes of oil boiler brands out there, the problem is the over crowding on the market with oil boilers that are not only over priced, but also of mediocre quality. From our research, we’ve been able to identify three major bands that are simply outstanding - Warmflow, Grant and Worcester Bosch. However, out of the lots, Warmflow is simply the most efficient and also comes with several qualities such as :

lUK & Ireland’s only AA rated combi boiler

lMarket leading innovation

lEasy and simple to install

l45plus years heating homes

l5 and 7 year warranty available

The oil boiler comes with an outrageous 5 year warranty on their Titanium which when compared to some similar Worcester Bosch Oil boilers is a whooping 3 years difference. Furthermore, the brand also offers a special “out-of-the-box 5-year warranty which enables the warranty to be valid as long as the installation is done by a qualified oil boiler technician. This may, however, seem normal until you realize other brands like Grant, will only honour their 5-year warranty when the boiler is installed only by their accredited technicians.

Warmflow offers an oil boiler to suit every property that is situated off the grid. These includes the modern and stylish U-Series, outdoor-compatible K-Series as well as the quietly efficient B-series which is designed for indoor installation.

what is a tado smart thermostat?

If you’re interested in deriving maximum benefits from your central heating system while also being a tech-enthusiast, a smart thermostat is just the perfect option as it allows you to control both your boiler and heating system via your mobile device. It also offers a plethora of features which enables you to heat your home more efficiently while also cutting your energy bills. Here, we’ll be taking a deeper look at the Tado smart thermostat (a user friendly smart thermostat with multiple impressive features such as a great design, self learning and LED interface).

A Tado smart thermostat is a relatively small piece of kit which is perfect for tech-lovers looking to get a first experience of the smart thermostats’ world. Although the appliance might feature just a basic design with a bit less advanced features in comparison with other thermostats like Hive, Nest and more, it however, still comes with some fantastic features which you can’t afford to miss out on. These includes geofencing, Smartphone or tablet control as well as heat scheduling. As you would have expected with any good smart thermostat, the ability to remotely control your heating is a top priority for several smart thermostats’ owners and Tado offers you this and more. Therefore, no more worries during the Winter months and wishing your home should be warm and perfect for your return. Aside this, a Tado smart thermostat also goes a long way to ensure efficient energy use and as a result, reducing the money paid on energy bills.

Overall, Tado is a nicely designed smart thermostat which is relatively easy to use and a perfect option for homeowners interested in having a taste of the world of smart thermostats or looking to replace their existing device.

Heating Engineer help and advice

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