The answer to the question of what would you do if your boiler broke today is often dependant on the season. If it was the height of summer, the sun was shining, and you were sitting in the garden, it probably wouldn’t seem like a major problem. Sure, you have to boil the kettle for some hot water but who drinks a lot of coffee in summer anyway?
Other times of the year, the answer becomes a little more frantic. And if it was the dead of winter with snow on the ground or freezing temperature, a broken boiler can be a catastrophe. While there’s no way to guarantee that your boiler won’t break down, one way to reduce the risk is to have it annually serviced. And to have the number of a reliable repair company on hand who can come and deal with the problem should the worst happen.
Regular maintenance for boilers is recommended by manufacturers and can extend the lifespan of a boiler. It may also be part of a warranty that comes with the boiler and could invalidate it if you don’t have one. It covers the main parts of the boiler, checks the hardest working systems and keeps things running smoothly. Once a year does the job unless you have any problems, then you can call out our engineers as needed to handle the issue.
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