Central heating is an imperative part of a home. We are proud experts in Bristol, who know how to keep it working in an immaculate condition.
A central heating system will keep you warm on a frosty winter day or a cool autumn evening. It ensures you and your family are comfortable and healthy. However, it surely does not mean that it is prone to problems. If the radiator or its part gets cold, it certainly require immediate attention. Similarly, there may be a build-up of rust, sludge and leaking from the pipe, which causes this issue. In this situation, you might require a professional to sort it out before it is too late.Contact Us About Central Heating Services Here
No matter what the issue or the situation is with your central heating system in Bristol, we will fix it in a precise manner. Our gas safe heating engineers are experts in central heating installation and boiler replacements. They have been installing, designing central heating systems and replacing boilers for many years. We hire only qualified, certified and trustworthy plumbers to ensure you are getting the best service possible. If you require a heating service or a boiler replacement please contact us through our contact page and book your free quotation with one of our heating engineers.
Within a domestic property, central heating is often overlooked and taken for granted. Understanding its components and how it all works will help occupants of a property manage the maintenance requirements. We will not only have the skills to fix whatever problems you may have with your own central heating in Bristol; we can offer guidance and advice on how to avoid them occurring again in the future.
Here are some of the boiler components which we not only fix but offer guidance also:
The boiler size
The boiler is the main component of a central heating system. The amount of heat energy required by a boiler is measured by a skilled plumber in kilowatts. He will determine it by the size of a property, building construction and which boiler is best for the property. The systems can be either built from plastic or copper. It is also available in different sizes ranging from 8mm to 35mm diameter. In domestic central heating systems the most common pipe sizes are 28mm, 22mm and 15mm. The type of pipework used in a central heating system or general plumbing is dependent upon a number of factors. An engineer from Southwest Plumber can provide advice and guidance on the best pipework material for an installation.
Type of fuel
A variety of boilers requires the fuel type known as natural gas to work in a precise manner.