Boiler Repair & Breakdown

Whatever the issue with your boiler, we can help. Our friendly and professional engineers can assist with all manner of repairs, including low boiler pressure, a leaking boiler, a boiler not igniting, a boiler making a banging noise, no hot water being produced, central heating not firing up and central heating leaks.

Boiler Breakdown

We also offer servicing, making sure your boiler meets current safety regulations and is operating at full efficiency. Our Gas Safe engineers cover Harrow, Watford, Hemel Hempstead, St. Albans, Bushey, Stanmore, Edgware, Ruislip, Northolt, HA1, HA3, HA2, HA5, HA7, HA0, HA9.

Our team consists of qualified and experienced engineers who are experts in home central heating systems and you can depend upon us for a speedy response delivering a professional service on schedule. All relevant documentation is provided upon completion of the job.


Frequently Asked Questions

This could be down to a number of issues like blockage in the pipe or condensation. One simple fix could be to thaw your pipe by pouring hot water or wrapping it in a hot towel. If the problem persists then contact one of our gas engineer immediately to resolve this issue.

This could be caused by the diverter valve that may need to be replaced or repositioned. Please call us and this work should be carried out by a professional and qualified gas engineer.

This could be number of issues like high pressure, this is usually the main cause however, some other causes could be blockages, failed thermistor or a overheated pump. This is a serious problem that should be considered as an emergency and you should call out our engineers straight away.

Boiler pressure is extremely important as it helps to keep the water in your system warm. Low pressure on your boiler will effect performance of your central heating system and will require more energy leading to higher bills.

There are various reason, such as pressure loss caused by a leak in the pressure relief valve, an issue in the expansion vessel, air in your system, or a leak in the heating pipework itself.

Boiler water pressure, is the balance of water and air within your boilers system (basically within the pipes and components). High pressure could be down to relief valve leaking that could cause corrosion to the walls.

The optimum pressure for a boiler is between one or two bars, this may vary depending upon the make & model of boiler used. If you are unsure then please consult with your gas engineer or read the instruction manual.

Yes, during the process of bleeding radiators, air is released that reduces the pressure in your boiler system.