How often should a boiler be serviced?
Answered by D.A Gas, Heating & Plumbing
6th February 2020
D.A Gas, Heating & Plumbing answered the question "How often should a boiler be serviced?"
A boiler should be serviced every 12 months, if your boiler is still under warranty then some manufacturers will void the warranty if the service has not been completed by a gas safe registered engineer. Regular servicing and maintenance will ensure your appliance lasts longer and will ensure it’s is working safely and efficiently.
Answered by Flo Building Solutions
11th January 2020
Flo Building Solutions answered the question "How often should a boiler be serviced?"
All boiler manufacturers require a service every 12 months. But again if a fault occurs before the 12 months or any time there is nothing wrong with servicing the boiler again. Always better to keep on top of it. Each service will require the engineer to fill out the manufacturers instructions book which should come with the boiler. If you do not have the book no problems as a lot of engineers will give you a certificate.
Answered by JMF Heating and Plumbing Ltd
7th October 2019
JMF Heating and Plumbing Ltd answered the question "How often should a boiler be serviced?"
manufacturers recomend that a boiler is serviced every 12 months. There are instances when this timescale is reduced, this would be when the boiler is getting older and there is concern over condition and safety. Servicing is recommended to check that it is safe to use and pick up any potential concerns
Answered by S3 Heating and Plumbing
29th July 2019
S3 Heating and Plumbing answered the question "How often should a boiler be serviced?"
Manufacturers recommend a yearly service as sufficient. However if any problems occur there's no harm in an additional service during repairs. Some major repairs will involve a service procedure of some sort anyway from checking combustion gases to cleaning the primary heat exchanger.
Answered by iGas Heating Ltd
15th July 2019
iGas Heating Ltd answered the question "How often should a boiler be serviced?"
The minimum recommend period to have your boiler serviced is every 12 months. Having your boiler serviced will mean that the boiler warranty is honoured by the manufacturer and it will also ensure that your Boiler is working safely and efficiently Always use a gas safe registered engineer to carry out your boiler servjce
Answered by DLM GAS Ltd
25th June 2019
DLM GAS Ltd answered the question "How often should a boiler be serviced?"
At DLM Gas, we mirror the advice given by the HSE, Gas Safe, and the appliance manufacturers. This is to have your gas appliances serviced annually. This ensures its safe efficient operation and prevents issues with voided warranties. This advice is for all gas appliances and not just boilers. It is a requirement to use a Gas Safe Registered engineer, be sure to check ID cards and ensure the engineer who attends is qualified to do the work, our qualifications are on the back of our cards.
Answered by Clearwater Plumbing & Heating
27th May 2019
Clearwater Plumbing & Heating answered the question "How often should a boiler be serviced?"
A boiler should be serviced annually, for new boilers this will keep the warranty/guarantee valid for its duration. It will also ensure that your appliance is running safely and as efficiently as possible. Any competent gas safe engineer can carry out the annual service it does not need to be done by the manufacturers service agents.
Answered by BoilerOne
24th May 2019
BoilerOne answered the question "How often should a boiler be serviced?"
Serving you boiler is a great way to increase the lifespan of you boiler, we recommend a yearly service to meat the manufactures warranty. Leaving you boiler unserviced would void your warranty. BoilerOne recommend you instruct a gas safe registered engineer to service your boiler.
Answered by Vital Plumbers Ltd
21st May 2019
Vital Plumbers Ltd answered the question "How often should a boiler be serviced?"
It is recommended that your boiler is checked every 12 months- if your boiler is still within the manufacture warranty then you would have to get your boiler serviced every 12 months in order to keep within the terms of the warranty - always make sure you keep any paperwork to prove that you have been servicing your boiler.
Answered by JMW Heating & Plumbing Ltd
21st May 2019
JMW Heating & Plumbing Ltd answered the question "How often should a boiler be serviced?"
We at JMW Heating recommend servicing your domestic boiler annually Commercial we would recommend hi- annually (summer & winter). It is important to keep regular maintenance to keep up the warranty of the manufacturer. Should you ever have a problem with your boiler within the manufactures warranty contact the installer who then in turn will ring the manufacture
Answered by John Wheatley Gas Plumbing and Heating Ltd
3rd May 2019
John Wheatley Gas Plumbing and Heating Ltd answered the question "How often should a boiler be serviced?"
A boiler should be serviced annually - every 12 months by a Gas Safe registered engineer. Here at J.Wheatley Gas, Plumbing and Heating Ltd. all our Gas engineers are fully qualified, highly trained, Gas safe registered and DBS checked for peace of mind. Keeping a boiler serviced annually also aids with the boiler warranties and allows engineers to find faults before they occur.
Answered by Heatsmart Plumbing Limited
24th April 2019
Heatsmart Plumbing Limited answered the question "How often should a boiler be serviced?"
Most boiler warranties on newly installed boilers specify that the boiler should be serviced annually to validate the warranty. Boiler servicing can detect issues before they compromise the function of the boiler and if repaired could avoid a boiler breakdown, or being left without heating or hot water. We would recommend you service your boiler annually. In Wales boiler services are not required by law on rental properties, but gas safety inspections are.
Answered by Brendan Ballard Plumbing & Heating Services
30th March 2019
Brendan Ballard Plumbing & Heating Services answered the question "How often should a boiler be serviced?"
An annual service is perfectly sufficient for your boiler. A service can pick up on potential safety issues and ensures your boiler continues to run efficiently. It takes approximately one hour and should always include a certificate. A service also ensures your warranty remains valid if it's a relatively new installation.
Answered by PG Plumbing
26th March 2019
PG Plumbing answered the question "How often should a boiler be serviced?"
As with all gas appliances you should get these serviced yearly to ensure safe operation . This not only ensures that the boiler is safe but also will help to give the boiler its best life expectancy . Currently it is not mandatory ( except if you have any form of tennant ) to have your boiler or other gas appliance annually serviced which I think should be the case
Answered by Gas-Tec Plumbing and Heating
19th March 2019
Gas-Tec Plumbing and Heating answered the question "How often should a boiler be serviced?"
All gas appliances should be serviced and inspected annually to ensure safe, reliable operation. A service can prevent future costly repairs and identify any issues such as leaks before the cause serious problems or a boiler failure. All new boilers must be serviced annually to keep the warranty valid.
Answered by HeatTech
25th February 2019
HeatTech answered the question "How often should a boiler be serviced?"
It is recommended you have your boiler or any other gas appliances in your home checked and serviced annually. A service is vital to ensure your appliance is performing as efficiently and safely as possible, as well as highlighting any potential issues before they become a major problem. If your boiler is still within its manufacturers warranty period a service will be stipulated as part of the terms of your warranty.
Answered by Cliff Plumbing & Heating Limited
9th February 2019
Cliff Plumbing & Heating Limited answered the question "How often should a boiler be serviced?"
It is recommended to have a Gas boiler serviced once a year. This is to uphold any manufactures warranty if the boiler is new or within a warranty period. It also gives peace of mind to a customer that the boiler is running safely & efficiently, and possible signs of problems could be found and rectified before it breaks down. Having a boiler serviced annually can prolong the life of the boiler and system which can save on energy consumption.