Heating Engineers in Southampton
Our team of qualified heating engineers are certified to carry out a number of services across Southampton including boiler installation, boiler repair and boiler services, as well as a number of maintenance services. For a FREE quote, simply call our team today.
At Heatworks our team of qualified heating engineers are registered and are certified to carry out a number of services across the Southampton area, including boiler installation, boiler repair and boiler service, as well as a range of maintenance services. Being registered engineers, means we also have a wealth of experience when it comes to the industry and our reputation throughout Southampton is renowned.
Heatworks heating and engineers only carry out the highest standards of services, whether you require a boiler replacement, a gas boiler service or combi boiler repair, our team have you covered. What’s more is we’ll ensure we work efficiently in order to ensure maximum satisfaction for our customers.
Services from our Central Heating Engineers
Our local heating engineers will provide a number of services based on your requirements, with the skills to carry out a number of repairs on domestic boilers, such as thermostat repairs, leaking and dripping pipes and pressure issues. Heatwork’s team can also offer annual boiler servicing to help prevent boiler breakdown and make sure that it is running efficiently and effectively.
When it comes to installations, should you require a boiler replacement or new boiler, then look no further, our team can offer a range of professional central heating boilers, what’s more is we are also Worcester Bosch Group Accredited Installers, Vaillant Advance Installers and Ideal Accredited Installers. Worcester Bosch, Vaillant and Ideal are all top of the range and in our experience, very reliable boiler brands, so for a dependable boiler system, look no further than Heatworks.
What work do our Heating Engineers undertake?
Our heating engineers can help no matter your requirements as no job is to big or too small for Heatworks. We understand the importance of choosing the right boiler for you, which is why our team provide help and advice when it comes to looking at different system types, how the system works, the advantages of each boiler system and the type of home they work best in.
Types of boilers
Combi boilers, also known as combination boilers, are both high efficiency water heaters and central heating boilers in one unit, combi boilers heat water from the mains so when the tap is turned on, it doesn’t require an extra hot water storage tank in the roof area.
These type of boilers need a cylinder for storing hot water, the major heating and hot water components are built into itself, making it quicker and easier to install. There’s also no requirement for a hot water tank, so it can be an option for homes with little or no loft space, or where the space has been used for a conversion.
Traditional boilers, also known as regular, conventional or heat only boilers are great for homes that have traditional heating and hot water systems which are linked to separate hot water cylinders. These types of boilers don’t require a cold-water storage tank in the loft to feed the hot water cylinder as well as a tank that maintains the water level of the central heating system. These types of boilers are usually considered the best options for replacing an existing system, should the property have old radiator systems, it might not be able to cope with the high-water pressure that is delivered by the system combi boiler.
How to keep your boiler running efficiently
There’s a number of top tips you can do to ensure you get maximum efficiency from your boiler…
By arranging regular safety checks from a gas registered engineer, they can make sure your boiler is running safely in your home. The team at Heatworks can help with this.
In our experience, prevention is always better than a cure, the best time for pipe lagging tends to be before the winter months set in, it’s very simple to do and most DIY shops sell readymade pipe lagging that will slip over your pipes.
Switching your boiler off
When the weather warms up, you can turn your boiler off, if you have a combi-boiler just switch to hot water only. This will help prevent problems when the winter returns, so it’s always a good idea to switch your boiler on once a month for 15 minutes during the warmer summer months.
Keep the pressure up
Boilers don’t run efficiently when the pressure is to low, having the right pressure, between 1 and 1.5 bars), this is easy to check as there’s a dial on the front of your boiler.
For a Heating Engineer in the Southampton area, call Heatworks today!
So if you’re based in Southampton area and require a qualified heating engineer, look no further, Heatworks have you covered. From boiler installations, servicing to repairs, we offer a range of services to suit all your central heating requirements.