Keeping your gas appliances safe is extremely important and what is equally important is ensuring those engineers who service your appliances are experienced and qualified to do so. But additionally, there are key points you (as a user) should be aware of, which go a long way to ensuring the safety and well-being of your family is addressed.
Firstly, choose your engineers wisely. Ensure they have all the necessary qualifications to not only work with gas appliances but also the experience of working with boilers.
Gas leaks are always a danger, although they are very rare in boilers. Regular servicing can highlight any potential dangers in this regard.
Along with gas leaks, there are Carbon Monoxide gases which are also dangerous. These are particularly hard to detect because there is very little smell or taste. Again, regular servicing will significantly reduce the risk of carbon monoxide gas release.
Your family is the most important thing and to keep them safe with regular boiler servicing should be the second most important thing.
The summer is over and winter is coming. We all know this feeling when the boiler thermostat is creeping up and up, and at this time more boilers break down than ever (statistically). Keeping up with regular servicing can eliminate boiler breakdowns on those cold and freezing winter nights.
One of the most costly expenses items within your home is energy and this is directly related to the boiler. When your boiler is serviced regularly it runs efficiently. This will decrease your energy costs.
So, ultimately, the most cost-effective and wisest way to treat your boiler is to carry out annual servicing as this helps prevent a number of major problems which could cause the loss of your appliance when it is needed the most, or at worst cause serious damage to your home and or family.
Trojan engineers are experienced, certified and dedicated to keeping your boiler up and running, efficiently and safely.
Our team of professionals are on hand to speak to you about any enquiries you may have. Call us on 01428 751 788, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or contact us online. We welcome all questions and queries and look forward to hearing from you.