We specialize in carrying out reliable boiler repairs on all makes and models of boilers and central heating systems.
Our qualified engineers are highly trained, making us well placed to provide boiler repairs to homes across the Timperley and surrounding areas.
Many of our attendances result in breakdowns being fixed on site, first time – we also have a supply network of manufacturers to give us fast access to any replacement parts required. All original parts are guaranteed under warranty for 1 year.
If you’re having a problem, call us today on 07813 836777, or fill out a contact request form and we’ll get back to you as soon as possible.
We have a wealth of experience in dealing with all faults on boilers and central heating systems, if you are experiencing any of the following problems then please call us now on 07813 836777.
Sludge or black deposits in the system – we can carry out a comprehensive power flushing service which cleans the entire system, pipework, boiler and radiators.
We can deal with failures on numerous other components including boiler repairs, zone valves, mid position zone valves, cylinder thermostats, wall thermostats and wireless smart thermostats.
We can resolve all common faults with most makes and models of boiler brands.
A natural gas boiler, whether it be a combi boiler, system boiler, condenser boiler or a heat only boiler, has many complex components to ensure heating and hot water is provided when required. When you have a problem with your boiler or heating system, there could be a number of issues. We’ve put together this list of issues to give you an idea of what might be wrong.
If you are getting no heating or hot water, it could be a system pressure issue with the boiler. This essentially means that there’s not enough water in the heating system to allow the boiler to heat up the water. This could be due to a leak from the boiler or a component within the boiler that’s broken or stopped working. We will be able to easily diagnose and fix the problem and get your heating and hot working.
You have hot water, but no heating, the issue could be the diverter valve or motor. What often happens is the valve can fail as you start needing both hot water and heating from the boiler. Any boiler repair we carry out on your boiler is to manufacturer standards and we are gas safe approved.
This could be an issue with your programmable thermostat. The thermostat controls how warm you can have your heating and radiators. However, if your thermostat has malfunctioned, you can change it for a smart thermostat like a Nest Learning Thermostat.
Over the years sludge from your system can build up in the boiler’s heat exchanger. This sludge can restrict the water flow in your boiler causing it to overheat. It can sound like a boiling kettle. A full system power flush usually fixes this issue, but you may also require a new heat exchanger part.
If your boiler is condensing and has a condensate pipe this can potentially block or freeze up. If the pipe has not been insulated correctly or is undersized it can sometimes freeze in the winter months weather causing your boiler to stop working. We can advise you on the best way to rectify this issue.
If your radiators are not getting hot it could be from a build up of sludge or air in the heating system. If you are only getting heat in the bottom of the radiator, it might need bleeding. If you are competent you can try to bleed the radiators to expel the air.
Occasionally you might find that the boiler is switching itself off. This could be due to the safety features known on most modern boilers. The boiler shows a fault code on the display panel. All manufacturers have different fault codes for different boiler repair issues, we can quickly diagnose the problem and repair the fault. Fault codes sometimes flash up on a boiler display when there is low system water pressure, a problem with the programmer or thermostat, air in the system or the pump is not circulating the water in the system. We can visit your property when convenient and usually solve the problem once we know what the fault code is.