There is a reason why October is one of our busiest months as everyone starts to turn their heating on again after being off over the summer. Here's a round up of some previous posts from this time of year that may be very useful if you're having boiler issues.
An explanation about how our appointments work, why they work that way and why we offer a 30 minute pre-call rather than provide timings.
Gas Safety Week, day 7: A round-up of all the advice and information we've shared over the week plus a closer look at the Gas Safe Register and what it means to customers.
Gas Safety Week, day 6: Gas safety is just one reason why it makes sense to maintain your boiler well. It will enable it to work more effectively and more efficiently giving you better heat distribution and saving you money. Here's how you can take care of your boiler and extend its life.
Gas Safety Week is a national campaign that aims to raise awareness of of the dangers of poorly maintained gas appliances. Read all about what we are doing for Gas Safety Week 2019.
With around 50 engineers conducting up to 3000 jobs a month, it's vital we help them to continue to build on their skills. That's why we regularly offer training and development and this month our gas engineers have been learning more about installation and fault finding on Honeywell systems.
Discoloured water from your boiler or radiator is an indication of a problem that could potentially be damaging to your central heating system. Here's what it means and what you can do to fix it.
OFTEC, the trade body that represents the oil heating industry, has created a guide to smarter heating to urge UK households to join a nationwide effort to reduce the amount of energy they use to heat their homes.
The sun comes out, the heating goes off and that's that til winter isn't it? Well, actually no: there are a few little things you need to be doing for your boiler over the summer to keep it working well and make sure there are no unwanted surprises come the colder weather.
As climate change is a hot topic at the moment, thanks to recent protests and the work of environmental activists, we take a look at how we can all contribute to reducing our impact on the planet at home, specifically with regard to our own area of expertise - plumbing and heating.