Many homeowners take the plunge and look into having a new central heating system installed every year. However, there are many different reasons for doing so. The most common reason being because the system is either broken or the parts to repair it are no longer available. Not the news that any homeowner will want to hear, but unfortunately, these things happen. |
After chatting to a number of previous customers, we found that these are the main reason for getting a new boiler installation.
Broken System - Boilers can become incredibly unreliable as they age. Parts can break and the availability of their replacements are not always easy to find. There are certain parts within the heating system that can be repaired, and most of the time its a simple routine repair for any qualified heating technician. However, if the part needed is no longer in production, a new system is usually the best port of call.
Out of Warranty - Modern boilers will usually come with an installation warranty. These can vary in length, and depend on the installer in some cases. Recognised boiler manufacturers such as Worcester Bosch and Vaillant provide a basic level of cover - but these can be extended with certain systems and add-ons. Over time boiler warranty will decrease, unless you purchase additional years - something that is well worth doing.
Out of Date - If you have recently purchased a property from the pre 2007 era, then the chances are the boiler that is installed there is at least 10 years old, may have an expired warranty and could be due an upgrade. Consider the possibilities that are available to you. Firstly, make sure that you get the system checked over my a trusted boiler technician. They will be able to judge the general health of the system and make some useful recommendations.
This article was written by RA Heating and Plumbing - specialist heating engineers that provide new boiler installation in Milton Keynes.
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