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  • Natural gas, and oil fired installations.

  • New and replacement systems, supplied and fitted.

  • Condensing conventional and combination boilers.

  • Servicing, Boiler & System repairs, Landords Certificate’s

  • Hot water solutions, vented, unvented, solar power and thermal stores.

  • Traditional heating system’s or underfloor heating.

  • Electrical installations, rewires, replacement fuse boards and repairs.

  • Fitted kitchens, rigid units and choice of worktops or just fitting of your supplied units. Save 40% on quoted installation costs by DIY suppliers.

  • Fitted bathrooms, showers and en-suite facilities.

  • Landlords Services.

    • Landlords Gas Safety Certificate  for rented properties £35.00
    • Boiler service and Gas Safety Certificate £75.00
    • Combination boiler service £55.00
    • Legionella risk assessment  £35.00
    • Gas Safety Certificate & Legionella risk assessment £50.00
    • PAT testing of portable appliances in Properties £2.50 each appliance when having a gas safety certificate or legionella risk assessment.



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 Gas Fired Boilers

The  choices of gas boiler are conventional or combination boilers and these are both only available as condensing boilers.

Central Heating and Hot Water using Conventional Gas Fired Boilers

Conventional boilers heat your radiators and hot water when activated by a control. The hot water is then stored in a cylinder until it is needed. This type of system is most suitable for families or large houses where hot water is needed on demand and in significant quantities for heating, baths, washing machines, dishwashers and so on.

Combination (Combi) Gas Boilers

Combination boilers (Combi) provide hot water on demand, heated as required with no water storage. They heat your radiators when activated by a control similar to standard (or conventional) boiler systems. Combi boilers dispense with the need for the hot water cylinder in the airing cupboard, the large cold water cistern (tank) plus small header cistern (tank) in the loft which are otherwise needed in conventional vented heating systems. All the major components are housed in one unit which makes them very convenient to the installer and saving space for the householder.

Combi boiler systems are generally suitable for smaller households, flats and bungalows where there are a smaller number of users with modest heating and hot water demands although some of the latest combination boilers can suit larger households.


Condensing Gas Boilers

Both of these types of boilers are available as condensing boilers. Condensing boilers are designed to recycle heat with an extra heat exchanger so that the hot exhaust gases are used to pre-heat the water in the boiler system, therefore reducing energy consumption and bills.


See our condensing boilers page or our condensing boilers FAQ for more information or visit the SEDBUK (Seasonal Efficiency of Domestic Boilers in the UK) website for some useful facts and figures.


Combi System
Almost instantaneous hot water
Drinkable water at all taps
No tank in the roof space
No cylinder so more space
No airing cupboard so more space
Draw-off can be limited, as can flow rates
Delayed hot water in summer months with some models (not storage combis)
No airing cupboard for storage
No immersion heater so no back-up
Combis are now the best selling boiler type for gas central heating in Britain. They’ve been proven steadfast, reliable and tough. Some combis will settle snugly into an average cupboard. They are also economical to run and can certainly produce an endless stream of hot water.But, it has to be mentioned, that the flow can be limited if other taps are running simultaneously. That said, it provides almost instantaneous steaming hot water, literally on tap, whenever you need it.There is no storage cylinder to heat first or to run cold and there are no tanks to find space for. So ask yourself if there is such a great demand for simultaneous hot water around your home. If the washing machine, bath and shower aren’t competing in every room, combi boilers really could be the perfect partner
Condensing Boilers
  • Condensing boilers -Some common questions about condensing boilers
Condensing central heating boilers are the most energy efficient boilers available. All gas boilers fitted in both new and existing homes must be condensing boilers with an ‘A’  efficiency rating (A = greater than 90%).
  • 1. Are condensing boilers unreliable new technology?
Condensing boilers have now been in use for 20 years and are reliable – indeed most of the components are also used in non-condensing (conventional) boilers.
  • 2. Are they only efficient when condensing?
They will ALWAYS be more efficient than a new regular boiler whether in condensing mode or not. They can be up to 10% to 15% more efficient than a modern conventional boiler and up to 30% more efficient than older boilers so the energy saving and the impact on your fuel bills can be significant.
  • 3. Must radiators be oversized?
There is only a marginal benefit from over-sizing radiators. Larger radiators will allow slightly cooler water to return to the boiler and can increase the efficiency by a further 3%. However this is not considered to be cost effective and is often impractical.
  • 4. Can condenser boilers be fitted to existing systems?
They can be fitted to most new and old systems. Normal good practice must be followed which will include flushing of system and adding an inhibitor. As with any replacement boiler, an assessment of the effectiveness of the control system and type of hot water cylinder, should also be made.
  • 5. Are condensing boilers difficult to install?
The only real difference from a conventional non-condensing boiler is a drain for the condensed liquid which is like a plastic overflow pipe.
  • 6. Is the condensed liquid a problem?
Up to 1 litre of condensed water per hour is produced. This has a pH of about 5 which is between rain water and cola. The condensed liquid is disposed of through a condense pipe connected to the drainage system.
  • 7.What about pluming from flue?
The flue gases produced on non-condensing boilers cannot be seen due to their high temperature. The cooler flue gases from a condensing boiler produce a plume which can be seen. Therefore care should be taken locating any flue terminal to avoid the visible plume being a nuisance to neighbours, however numerous flue options are available.
  • 8. Do condensing flue products kill plants?
Plants thrive on carbon dioxide!
  • 9. Aren’t they more expensive?
Yes but the price difference has continued to reduce and is offset by the saving in fuel bills. Condensing boilers are the most efficient boilers available – the more efficient the boiler is, the less fuel it uses, the less carbon dioxide it produces and the less it costs to run.
See the SEDBUK (Seasonal Efficiency of Domestic Boilers in the UK) website for some useful facts and figures.