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Helping You Save £££´s On Your Boiler Bills

We understand the importance of having an efficient Central Heating System. Below are some handy tips to save you money on your bills.

Did you know that Boiler account for over 50% of what we spend on our bills each year. That is why it’s so important to upgrade your old boiler to a new high efficiency condensing boiler. By doing this you can save around £340 pay you on your gas bills.

Installing a new boiler is not the only way you can make your home more efficient. Installing heating controls like a new programmer or new thermostatic radiator valves will also help in reducing your gas bills.

If you find your radiators are giving off less heat than what they used to then we can perform a power flush to your system using either a powerflushing machine or a chemical cleanse. (Pic of flush machine)

The smell method can be applied to boilers if they begin to make banging noises or start to kettle. We now have a new advanced way of cleaning boiler plate heat exchangers if you are experiencing poor water pressure or your boiler turns off after running for a few seconds. This new method is called sonic cleaning. This involves us removing your original plate heat exchanger and cleaning it by using ultrasonic waves combined with system sludge remover.

Click here and enter your details to receive a free online quote for any of the above controls or system powerflushing/sonic cleaning.

It’s best for add as many controls as possible to your central heating system, installing thermostatic radiator valves along with a new room thermostat can save you between £20-£50 per year!




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Further energy bills savings and reduced CO2 emissions can be made by having a magnetic system filter fitted. These devices also prolong the life expectancy of your boiler and reduce the risk of boiler parts failing in the future due to system sludge/contamination. (Pic of filter)

It’s also important to make sure your programmer is setup correctly, it's recommended you set your heating to come on 15 to 30 minutes before you need it and after 30 minutes before you go to bed. (As the heat is retained in the radiators).

If you’re going away in the winter most of our new programmers now have an option of setting it so that if the temperature drops below 5 degrees it will automatically turn on, this will prevent your pipes from freezing and possibly causing £100/£1000´s of pounds worth of damage.

Another thing to consider is having your boiler serviced including a gas safety check. Not only does this give you peace of mind that your boiler is running efficiently (and not producing carbon monoxide) but also allows us to catch any early symptoms of any parts failure saving you money on your bills and repair costs. Book your service now. Call 0151 924 9141


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Liverpool Central Heating Repair Frequently Asked Questions

We charge a fixed one off yearly fee of £65.00 plus Vat
Complete our contact form or give us a call (01519249141) to arrange at a convenient time.
This is normally caused by a faulty diverted valve located inside the combi boiler, this requires an engineer visit, we can call out to fix this at a labour cost of £65 plus Vat plus the cost of a new diverter valve.
Many boiler manufacturers will insist this is done to keep the warranty in tact, it is also a legal requirement for landlords to have a landlord gas safety check completed.
Most people have their boiler serviced in the winter, we believe it's best to have it completed in the summer as if there Is an issue in the winter and the boiler requires a part which is not available until the next day then it runs the risk of you being without heat or hot water in the winter.
Boiler will need to be filled up with water via the filling loop until the pressure reaches 1-1.5 bar. Most recent combi's boilers will self-reset when the pressure is back to normal. If not then press and hold reset for 3-4 seconds.
Check that the room thermostat is turned up and the programmer is calling for heat. If so then normally one of the two is broken, If you have a wireless version then replace the two AA batteries.
This is normally caused by a faulty diverted valve located inside the combi boiler, this requires an engineer visit, we can call out to fix this at a labour cost of £65 plus Vat plus the cost of a new diverter valve.
The most common reason for this is a faulty expansion vessel, normally when the heating is turned on the pressure will shoot up to 3 bar on the pressure gauge and the system water will expel through the small 15mm copper pipe outside, if this is the case then we can which re-charge your expansion vessel within a 1 hour call out. Other reasons for pressure loss are there is a leak somewhere on your system.
Could be one of many parts on the boiler and will require an engineer visit, most common leaks are due to faulty automatic air vents. Fill in attached form for a quotation.

Conventional System Faults Frequently Asked Questions

Will most probably be a faulty 2 port/3 port valve or a pump (if system works on gravity hot water) fill in attached form for a quotation.
Check that the room thermostat is turned up and the programmer is calling for heat. If so then normally one of the two is broken, If you have a wireless version then replace the two AA batteries.
Same again a 2 port or 3 port valve depending on what set up you have.
This is normally an issue with a broken boiler thermostat or more likely a blocked heat exchanger, this can rectified by power flushing the system or chemically cleansing/flushing the system, contact us for price and advice.
This will be either a new Thermocouple or a gas valve, this needs an engineer visit, Click here to request a free quote.
If your boiler is a condensing model then most likely the condensate pipe is frozen, if the pipe is accessible then try boiling a kettle and pouring it over the plastic pipe to try and thaw it out.
Normally means your 2 port or 3 port valve is passing, could rarely be faulty programmer.