Cramlington is a town and civil parish in the county of Northumberland, 9 miles north of Newcastle upon Tyne. The name suggests a probable founding by the Danes or Anglo-Saxons. The new town is full of modern homes requiring up to date gas appliances, boiler installations and services which CP12 Energy can cater for as their engineers are fully trained and up to date with all new energy appliances.
When it’s time to get a new boiler installed for your property there are a few things to consider when choosing the size of the boiler. The size of boiler best for your home will be unique to your property as each house will be different in your area (Cramlington).
The size depends on factors like how many bathrooms your property has and how many people live there etc. Because of these factors you will have to consider the heating and hot water capabilities of the boiler which limit the size of your boiler to something that can cover your whole house.
At Cp12 Energy we will send out an engineer to observe the property and ask questions about your property to get an idea to what boiler is best for your home. As well as answering any questions you may have as well. This allows the engineers to recommend the boiler which will keep you warm but also is most efficient saving your money on those ever-growing energy bills.
Your gas boiler is an essential part of your home and highly rely on it to bring heating and hot water for your tenants. Carrying out an inspection and service on your boiler will keep it running smoothly throughout the year, reducing the risk of a breakdown and helping to prolong the life of your boiler.
You will need a registered engineer to conduct the service of the boiler and in addition they will provide advice and tips on using your heat more efficiently saving you money as a landlord by reducing costs.
Faulty gas appliances can pose a threat to life and can cause devastating outcomes such as gas leaks that can result in suffocation or cause an explosion. This is why your gas appliances should be checked annually by a gas safe registered engineer and receive a new/updated CP12 Certificate each time.
To get a CP12 Certificate you will need a gas safe registered engineer to undertake the gas safety check and provide the CP12 Certificate to prove all your gas appliance are safe. If the gas safety check is not done by a gas safe registered engineer, then the CP12 Certificate will not be eligible. This why you should ask for a gas safe registered engineers ID before work commences.
If you are looking to renew your CP12 Certificate, CP12 Energy are a gas safe registered business with a team full of engineers who are fully qualified and are on the gas safe register. All CP12 Energy gas safe engineers carry their ID card at all times and will show this before any work is started.
Your often told that nothing counts more than experience when it comes to a trade, but experience can only get you so far. It’s the training that separates a professional engineer from a tradesman. This is why we recommend looking for accreditations.
A boiler installation company that has been accredited shows to the customer their engineers will follow a code of professional standards and are qualified to complete the boiler installation in a safe manner. If the customer is unhappy with the service, they have a third party to complain to about the engineer and company he works for.
One of the most accredited boiler installation companies in the North East is CP12 Energy. They have five accreditations; Constructionline, The Gas Safe Register, CHAS, FSB and EEA. All of these accreditations show that they are one of the most qualified businesses in the North East and their engineers will show this through their professional boiler installations.