If you’re in Bexhill on Sea or anywhere else in East Sussex, it’s highly recommended that you have your boiler serviced at least once a year. Doing so not only reduces the likelihood of your boiler breaking down when you need it most but is also essential for identifying things like dangerous gas emissions.
Extending The Life Of Your Boiler
Based in Hastings but servicing Bexhill on Sea and the surrounding area, we help Bexhill home and property owners extend the lifetime of their boiler units by identifying minor faults and maintenance issues before such issues become more serious.
Like your car, your boiler is a complex and hard working piece of machinery and lots of small things can go wrong prior to you experiencing a complete breakdown. From blocked air inlets which can prevent your pilot light from igniting to faulty heat sensors, an annual service helps you save on what will likely be much more costly repairs if something does go irreparably wrong further down the line.
When Is The best Time To Get Your Boiler Serviced?
In our opinion, the best time to have your boiler serviced is towards the end of summer. This way, you can rest assured that your boiler will be working at maximum efficiency over the coming winter months. Of course, things can still go wrong over winter. However, in our experience homeowners are much less likely to suffer breakdowns over the winter months if they have had their boiler serviced beforehand.
Helping You Save
However, aside from just helping extend the lifetime of your boiler, annual service can also help you save in the long term on your overall energy costs. When we service your boiler, we’ll make sure that your boiler is running as efficiently as possible in order to keep your annual energy bills as low as possible.
Are you in Bexhill and looking for local gas specialists who you can trust to service your home boiler unit? If so, call or contact Southern Gas Solutions today. We’re always happy to welcome new clients and are committed to providing quality and reliable service as standard.