Regular boiler maintenance can help avert costly repairs, helping you save on overall costs. Maintenance is advised to avert accidents and boost household safety. This will also boost the efficiency of your boiler and extend its life span. But boiler maintenance can be confusing and difficult, so we are here to give you some guidance to keeping a well-maintained boiler.
Maintaining a boiler can be difficult and there are many different problems that can occur, so below we have given some insight into how to maintain a few different parts of a boiler:
Air Vents and Flues
Blocked air vents hamper the boiler from working efficiently. This particularly applies to gas boilers. Dirt can form in vents or flues and cause a blockage. To prevent this, it requires a regular inspection of vents and flues. If any blockage has occurred, clear it of any residue to allow free passage of air.
It is vital that you check the boiler water level every fortnight or so. Should the boiler operate without water, this can easily damage it beyond repair and as a result can cause an accident that could endanger the lives of tenant in the property.
To avoid any problems be sure that the pilot light is on as you check the water level. If the water level is below minimum, you need to check the plumbing and correct any faults. Sometimes, all that is required is a few minor adjustments in the set-up.
These may occur during normal usage of the boiler. A gas or fuel may leak through the valves. This usually indicates some adjustments are necessary in the system. If you detect damaged or worn out parts, this calls for repair or replacement.
We carry out all domestic and commercial boiler repairs in the North East, so if you are looking for a one-off repair here’s what to do:
Step 1) Arrange a call out
Submit your details or give us a call and arrange for one of our experienced engineers to evaluate the property, boiler or heating system.
Step 2) Issue diagnosis
For repair work a diagnosis of issues on the boiler or system will enable us to provide a cost-effective quote to carry out the heading or boiler repairs.
Step 3) Repairs and maintenance
Repairs will be carried out to ensure all issues have been rectified with constant updates to keep you informed. Maintenance can be ongoing.
When it comes to gas maintenance and repairs it can become complicated and dangerous especially when dealing with gas. This is why CP12 Energy have an expert team on hand who are highly experienced in landlord gas and heating cover and repair covering from the CP12 annual Gas Safety check to the bespoke central heating system. Their bespoke system ensures that gas repairs, heating repairs and CP12 Gas safety certificates are completed, on time, every time, making any maintenance and servicing hassle free.
For more information get in touch and speak to one of our experienced team members.