Boiler issues tend to occur when you least want them – and normally that means right in the middle of winter, when you’re relying on your unit for hot water and to heat your house during the big freeze.
Whether you’re looking for a boiler repair, a service or even a new boiler installation, Builder Guide has a wide range of different nationwide firms, regional companies and local technicians, all Gas Safe Registered heating engineers who are capable of carrying out the necessary work.
We have technicians who can work with a range of boilers of all ages and sizes. So it doesn’t matter if you’ve got a solid fuel, oil, LPG or electric boiler there will be a qualified professional who covers your area waiting to quote you on Builder Guide.
A gas boiler uses natural gas as its fuel source. The boiler is used to heat water in very much the same way as any other style of boiler, the key difference being that it is gas powered. Gas boilers fall into different category types: Regular, Combi and System.
Whatever the type, gas boilers are not restricted to one model, size or style. This creates a flexibility to install in any home, catering for various user requirements and preferences.
There are, of course, the usual varying factors which come in to play when influencing the choice of a new gas boiler, such as spare space in the home and whether or not there is a need for an immediate hot water supply.
Builder Guide has trained heating and plumbing technicians who can carry out any of your installation requirements, services or repairs.
When it comes to selecting the make and model of boiler to install there will be something available to meet all your heating and hot water requirements, and all pockets, because they range in price from all singing all dancing models to cheap budget boilers. Popular makes and models include:
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