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How Often Should Boilers Be Serviced?
Friday 12th June 2020
When it comes to household appliances like gas boilers, there should be no cutting corners. Only Gas Safe registered engineers are legally allowed to perform servicing and maintenance on gas boilers.
Boilers can become faulty, worn, and develop leaks. Undetected leaks can be very dangerous. Damaged boilers can lose efficiency, causing your gas bill to rise. What’s more, some insurance policies require regular confirmation that your household boiler is in safe, working order. For landlords, ensuring boilers are in good condition by an annual boiler service and safety check is a legal requirement.
Suffice to say; you should have your boiler serviced regularly.
Service your boiler every year
It’s recommended that you service your boiler every 12 months. Make sure to check your home insurance policy to see if it requires more frequent servicing.
Regular boiler maintenance will increase long term savings by keeping efficiency levels high and lowering the risk of a breakdown.
How to get your boiler serviced
If you need boiler servicing, boiler maintenance, or boiler repairs in Leicestershire, Derby or the wider East Midlands area, contact Lonsdale Plumbing and Heating.
We have an experienced team of highly skilled plumbing professionals who pride themselves on quality work. We specialise in domestic plumbing and so, ensuring customer satisfaction is our number one priority.
We carry out all the necessary safety and efficiency tests using high-grade industry equipment. This will give you the peace of mind that your family is safe from ingesting any harmful gases, and that you are benefitting from maximum efficiency out of your boiler.
Should you need any repairs, our Gas Safe Register approved staff are on hand to carry out any necessary work.
Don’t hesitate to contact us today.