What you should consider when getting your heating system replaced
When thinking about having your boiler changed for a new one you need to firstly decide what type is right for you and your home. Options you need to consider include:
If you use alot of hot water then you may be better off with a regular boiler (with a hot water cylinder) as opposed to a combi boiler, which is often a great choice if you have limited space in your home.
The stages of fitting a new boiler
Whenever we are contacted to help a customer fit or replace their boiler with a new one we follow a series of stages. Here is a very brief outline (read our blog post for more detail about ##LINK##the 7 stages of fitting a new boiler##LINK##) – so that if you want to have your boiler changed for a new one, you know what to expect.
1. The Initial Consultation
When you contact us by telephone or call into the showroom we will have a discussion about boiler types and brands, prices, and suitability.
2. The Home Survey
After we have spoken to you we will then take the time to conduct a free full home survey.
3. Different Types of Boiler
Choosing a boiler starts with the different types. We will guide you through the advantages of each including the Combination Boiler, the System Boiler, and the Regular Boiler.
4. The Types of Boiler Controls
As much as there is a choice of boiler type, there is also a choice of the type of control that you can use to control it!
5. The Quotation
The information gathered from the home survey will be used to provide a quotation for the boiler replacement.
6. Replacing the Boiler
An average boiler replacement can be completed in one day, or if we are replacing more than an average boiler, it will take longer.
7. Boiler Guarantee
Buying and having your new replacement boiler fitted by professionals ensures that you get a guarantee. And keeping your new boiler serviced is part of ensuring the guarantee is valid.
Qualified and experienced gas boiler replacement engineers
Gas services should only ever be undertaken by experts, and there are numerous accreditations that you can look out for to ensure that this is the case. These are namely:
Gas Safe members – Gas Safe is the National watchdog for gas safety within the UK.
NICEIC approved contractors – this means that all contractors meet stringent quality and safety standard when installing electrical devices.
HETAS members – HETAS approved competent installers for biomass and solid fuel domestic heating appliances for systems that go beyond the standard gas boiler system.
At Simon Turner Showrooms we hold, and are members of, all of the above accreditations and industry bodies and we have an unwavering commitment to unparalleled customer service delivered by highly experienced technicians.
You can trust Simon Turner, our gas boiler replacement in Devon service and trust in a company that has been in business since the 1980s!