Sunday, 20 March 2016
Most homes use a boiler for their central heating and hot water systems. A damaged or broken boiler has the obvious side effect that could mean no hot water or limited heating when things go wrong. It could also increase the danger of carbon monoxide poisoning, or you could be pouring money into your electricity bill despite the fact that it is having no effect on a broken central heating system. As well as considering a routine maintenance plan, you should also ensure that you use a reputable and reliable service that offers boiler repair for London properties. Heating And Hot Water The most notable problem with a broken boiler is that it is likely to impact on your heating and hot water. This can be a problem at any time of year, because hot water is a basic need for bathing and for other household requirements. However during winter, it could potentially be dangerous, leaving you without heating in your home during the coldest months.
Friday, 18 March 2016
You may have heard or read about the horror stories of gas repairs gone wrong; horrific injuries, rooms and homes severely damaged, and cowboy builders in court over less than stellar repair work. Yet it is shocking how many people will still call in a general handyman for something as volatile as a gas repair, or worse still, attempt to fix the problem themselves. Granted, gas is probably one of the most heavily monitored power supplies, meaning accidents are less likely than with, say, electricity. But the potential for damage is much greater as supply systems are so much more complicated, and plenty can go wrong if the repair of such systems are not handled correctly. But apart from this, why is it important to get the right people for the job?