Gas, Oil & LPG Boilers Repaired
Clearwater Plumbing & Heating Have A Proven Track Record In Boiler Repair
There isn’t a Boiler issue we haven’t dealt with in our time, and we get most Boilers back up and running on the first visit.
If you’re Boiler has completely shut down or experiencing problems shut as weird noises or the pilot light blowing out, give us a call. Never attempt a Boiler repair yourself. Repairs require professional attention by registered engineers.
One of our Gas Safe Registered engineers will advise on what to do over the phone and answer any questions you may have.
The engineer will then arrange a time to come over and look at your Boiler. We’ll aim to be over within a couple of hours (if that works for you); otherwise, sometime later in the day. On arrival, the engineer will show you the required Gas Safe ID to confirm the Boilers being worked on by a qualified gas engineer.
The engineer will visually inspect and test your Boiler to diagnose what the problem is. Once the problem’s been established, the engineer will give you a price for the repair.
Some parts are readily available in the engineers stock; otherwise, we’ll source the part locally (if possible). Sometimes, parts need ordering, in which case we’ll arrange to return at a later date.
We Repair All Boiler Faults
All Boiler faults are covered under our repair services, which include
- Continuous switching off
- Lound unusual noises
- Broken Heat Exchangers
- Faulty Thermocouples
- Frozen Condensate Pipes
- Faulty Safety Valves
- Radiators Not Heating
And all other issues not listed here
We Repair All Types Of Boiler
Our engineer’s repair…
All types of Boiler including combination, system and regular
Most makes including Worcester Bosch, Vaillant, Baxi and more.
All Fuel Types Of Boiler Repaired
All fuel types of boilers are repaired, including gas, electric, LPG and oil.
What Type Of Boiler Do You Have?
Often Boiler problems are located within the Boiler itself, but sometimes faults are caused by external parts of the central heating system.
Combination Boilers house all moving parts, such as the pump inside the Boiler; therefore, most issues are located within the Boiler itself.
System Boilers include a hot water cylinder, while Regular Boilers include a cylinder, external pump and water tanks (commonly fitted in the loft). With these systems, are faulty pump or valve could be causing your Boiler not to function correctly.
Whatever issues you’re experiencing with your Boiler, one of our engineers will quickly identify and rectify them for you.
Contact Us, and we’ll repair your Boiler today.