Good news, a boiler service with Gas Angel is easy to arrange and costs only £66, keeping your home warm and hot water running throughout the year.
Gas Safe recommend that you have your boiler serviced every 12 months to make sure it remains in safe working condition.
Regular boiler and fire servicing keeps you safe, lowers the risk of a breakdown, reduces energy and saves paying for avoidable repairs. Your boiler manufacturers warranty is invalid if you don’t have your boiler serviced every year by a Gas Safe engineer.
It's all about the service
Servicing is one of the most important jobs we carry out at Gas Angel. From boiler servicing to fire servicing or the highly praised service we deliver through boiler install or boiler repair work. There's other ways we keep you safe and warm too, starting and ending with great service...
Boiler & fire service
Have both boiler and fire serviced for only £96, keeping life running smooth and your home safe and warm. By spotting faults early, a yearly service can prevent problems in the future, saving money and energy too.
We recommend the best new boilers, central heating systems, smart thermostats, gas fires and cookers for you and your home. As Gas Safe engineers we then supply and safely fit your new appliance.
Repairs | £60
We fault find and repair gas boilers, central heating systems, radiators and gas fires. If there's a fault that can be fixed, you can rest easy knowing we have the skills to solve the problem and 1hr labour exc parts is only £60.
Landlord Gas Safety | £54
Our annual gas safety check helps keep your tenants safe and you compliant. Our Gas Safe engineers inspect each gas appliance and flue in your property and give you and your tenant a copy of the gas certificate.
What's inside your boiler?
It’s helpful have a basic idea of the parts inside your boiler that will be looked over during a Gas Angel boiler service. Although there’s lots of different boiler types out there, this fan-assisted room sealed boiler diagram will help explain.
1. Flue elbow: An exit for fumes and an entrance for fresh air
2. Fan: Produces a draft that blows fumes out of your flue
3. Heat exchanger: Heats water which heats your radiators
4. Gas burner: Generates your heat
5. Flame window: A direct view on to your flame
6. Boiler case: Your boilers external cover, usually white