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Boiler Repair and Installation

 

Choosing the right boiler can be a difficult task and it is important to get it right.

 

The main factors when deciding on a new boiler are the number of hot water outlets that the boiler will be running, and the number and size of radiators that are going to be incorporated into the system.

 

The other aspects to take into consideration are the warranty periods available from the different boiler manufacturers; they can vary from one year to seven depending on the manufacturer and boiler type.

 

We can advise you of the most cost effective boilers around to keep your bills down.

 

We can also offer cheap boiler installations.  You can have a new boiler fitted with a five year warranty from as little as £1200.00.

Our friendly team can advise you of the most cost effective boilers to help keep your bills down.  Please contact us to arrange a free survey to see if your boiler exchange could qualify.

 

Plumbing Network endeavours to provide highly competitive rates and a reliable service, with our diversely skilled team of local Gas Safe Plumbers in Sheffield available when and where you need them.

 

We aim to beat or will price match any genuine quote or will beat any Gas board price by £500.00!

 

Our Boiler and central heating services include:

 

  • New boiler and system installations including radiators pipework and external controls
  • System exchanges from traditional low pressure, stored water systems to new combi boilers
  • Combi for combi boiler exchanges
  • Fitting new unvented hot water cylinders onto existing system boilers
  • Boiler repairs
  • Boiler service and maintenance
  • Landlord gas safety inspections


 

If you feel that a new central heating system is not yet required, but you want to make the system you have work more efficiently, then you may wish to consider a chemical power flush.  This is a procedure that can help make tired, old, sludged up systems more economical and efficient. This process forces cleaning chemicals around your current central heating system, cleaning the pipework and radiators as it is forced around the system. A chemical preserver is then introduced into the system to help prevent a build-up of sludge and debris in the future.

 

 

If you would like more information on the process and benefits of a chemical power flush, then please do not hesitate to contact us.

 

 

Thanks !

Mr Walton