Boiler Service


We service all makes of appliances at a day and time that is convenient to you.

It is important to get your appliance serviced to avoid that untimely

breakdown in winter. 

What to expect from a boiler Service 

An appliance service will include safety 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



Boiler Services start from £65

Depending on the Make and Model of your boiler, the required service set out by the manufacturers instructions can vary as well as the price for genuine service parts.


We will try and remain competitive but we only use recommended manufacturer parts, this will ensure reliability of your appliance and safety for you and your family.

We can service most makes of appliances and will endeavour to come to you at a day and time that is convenient to you.

It is important to get your appliance serviced to avoid that untimely breakdown in winter. 


Please call or message to get a price or to book an appointment.


Possible CO Poisoning?

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



















Carbon Monoxide also know as CO

Carbon Monoxide can cause brain damage and even Death, it is a Dangerous Gas caused by the products of incomplete combustion from faulty appliances.

CO Alarm - A good second line of defence

CO alarms can be purchased from many major DIY shops. We do not recommend the use of 'black spot detector' warning strips - they are too easy to miss and won't alert you if you have a CO leak when you're asleep, where as an audible alarm will warn you of a potential problem with an appliance.


Early warning

It’s advisable to fit an alarm in every room with  gas appliances.

When installing and siting the alarm make sure you refer to the manufacturer’s instructions.

Typically, audible CO alarms have a battery life of up to 5 years. If you’re unsure which alarm to get, you can ask us for advice or to install one for you.

You are welcome to contact us on 07561 411911

Don’t leave it to chance – unchecked appliances could pose a risk to you and your family

Call us.

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.

Please see the areas I cover:

Balham, Clapham, Wimbledon, Earlsfield, Tooting, Mitcham, Morden, Merton, Dulwich, Norwood, Crystal Palace, Thornton Heath, Battersea and other areas in the south east. Please call for advice.

Always use a

     Gas Safe Registered Engineer

       Call us on 07561 411 911

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