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Are you searching for a new boiler Replacement in Rift House and the surrounding areas?
The thoroughly trained and highly skilled boiler installation contractors we work with are approved installers with some of the leading boiler manufacturers such as Worcester-Bosch, Ideal, Baxi, Glow-worm, Viessmann, Vaillant and more, meaning they can therefore supply a large range of affordable boiler replacement solutions to match everyones needs and budget.
They’re all Gas safe registered and have many years of industry experience supplying boiler installation and boiler replacement services for landlords and homeowners in Rift House, and across the Durham area including Hartlepool, Middlesbrough, Stockton-on-Tees, Darlington, Sunderland.
They on a regular basis attend Gas training courses that keeps them up to date with all of the ever changing rules and regulations of ensuring a reliable and safe boiler installation. So you can absolutely feel confident that you are being dealt with by a specialist
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Having A New Boiler Installed Is As Easy As One Two Three
1. Request Your Free Quote
2. Receive Your Quotation
3. Get Your Boiler Installed
Simply Get In Touch With our Rift House team and give them your details, or complete your details on our boiler quotes on line form and submit it in for a Free No Obligation Quote.
Arrange for your new boiler to be fitted at a time that’s suitable for you.
When you are enquiring about a new Boiler Replacement, the gas engineer will ask you a few questions and look at your needs and desires about getting your new boiler fitted.
In some cases if you understand exactly what you need, this can be done on the phone. At other times you may want a trained Heating Engineer to visit and survey your property. Some of the questions the Heating Engineer might ask you or will identify while in your property would be:
- Are you replacing an existing boiler or is this a new boiler installation?
- If you are looking for a boiler replacement where is your boiler at the moment?
- Does your property currently have a gas supply?
- Do you need a Combi Boiler, or another boiler type such as a condensing boiler, traditional boiler or a system boiler? Note: For more information on these boilers, please read our Types Of Boilers page.
- Is the gas supply to your property adequate to supply the needs of your boiler and your household?
- Exactly where is the flue from your boiler?
- How many people live in your property?
- Approximately how much water do you use at the same time?
With this information they can have an overall idea regarding the needs for your property.
They will then supply you with a few options as to which boiler types are available to you and what is your best option. They will then give you your Boiler Installation or Replacement Quotation.
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Boiler Replacement FAQs
To follow building and safety regulations new gas boilers need to be installed by an installer with a Gas Safe certificate. The Gas Safe Register means your gas engineer is able to work safely and legally on your boiler.
They give out more heat (and you cant get something for nothing) so they cost more to run. The reason for doubles is to give a high output for taking up less wall space. If you put a long single in a room as against a small double (both with the same btu rating).
Turn on boiler to generate heat so chemicals start their process of cleaning turn off boiler when heat of water has reached about 45°. Reverse the power flush flow every 10 minutes. Close all radiators except one and allow it to flush through repeat this process with every radiator.
TSome boiler systems may be more temperamental than others so switching it off for a longer time than usual could trigger an issue with your central heating. Having your boiler switched off for a prolonged period of time could also cause elements such as your valves and pump to seize up.
If your boiler is more than 10 years old it might be worth replacing it. Even if it functions fine the older it gets the more likely it is to break down. Plus it's probably much less efficient than a new boiler.
Old Back boilers are no longer safe which is why they are illegal. The conventional or old boilers have less efficiency more energy consumption and expensive maintenance. You can replace it with a new back boiler or convert to a combi system or heat only boiler.
Central heating inhibitor will need to be changed once a year or so. It will break down over time meaning minerals and rust build up once more. This means regulating your system's inhibitor intake ensuring it runs steadily and consistently. You should always top up the inhibitor every time your system is drained.