Boiler Maintenance

Boiler Maintenance – Repairs And Servicing


A well maintained boiler will function more efficiently and ensure that your family is safe from potential hazards. Repairing your boiler is not a DIY option. Some small things can be done by yourself however full maintenance of a home boiler should always be done by a professional.

What you think might be fixing a leak or break could cause or enhance a carbon monoxide or water leak. While water damage is more of a pain than a dangerous problem, carbon monoxide is deadly. Euro Plumbing’s technicians are trained to maintain home boilers, and it can be extremely dangerous to maintain your system without the help of a professional. It can also prove costly to have to repair any mistakes made by an inexperienced engineer.

The essentials


Annual servicing will ensure that you are getting the most from your boiler. Although it may seem expensive, the cost of annually servicing your boiler is likely to pale into insignificance when compared to the amount you could otherwise be spending on unforeseen repairs. A boiler which isn’t maintained regularly is also likely to be inefficient, costing more than it needs to in running costs.

With a standard service from Euro Plumbing, you can expect the following:

  • Functionality testing of all components.
  • Inspection and cleaning of all pipes and components.
  • Replacement of any parts which are no longer functioning.

Why is boiler maintenance important?


Boiler maintenance is key to ensuring that your boiler is safe. While rare, gas leaks can be very dangerous and are often difficult to detect in your home. Having professional work carried out on your boiler is the best way to protect yourself against such disaster.

All of our technicians at Euro Plumbing are fully qualified, meaning that you invest in a service you can trust. Our services are open to everyone – existing customers and not.

What to do if you have a problem with your boiler

If you have a central heating system installed in your home, the boiler is a part that we need to rely on. It is responsible for both central heating and hot water.

If you call Euro Plumbing, you can rest assured that problems will be fixed by those with the necessary expertise.

Be prepared


Having a disruption in your home is never easy so preparing for a  broken boiler can easily be alleviated by taking a few steps to prepare for such an occasion. Keeping your boiler in good condition by having it serviced regularly is the best option, but you can also improve your boiler’s lifespan by limiting how you use it. Services will not only ensure that your boiler is in good working order, but can also maximise efficiency, saving you money on future energy bills.

What if your Central Heating needs repairing?

Faulty central heating systems add unnecessary costs to your heating bill and can place your family at risk of carbon monoxide poisoning.

If you notice a problem with your central heating, get in touch with the Euro Plumbing customer service team straight away to book one of our fully trained engineers.

How can I tell there is an issue?

Central heating uses a single source – a boiler – to heat your home. The boiler heats water, which is then sent where it’s needed, whether to your taps or to be pumped through your radiators.

If you notice that your heating isn’t working as it should – there could be a fault. These range from a blown pilot light to a faulty radiator.

The best remedy to a central heating problem is to book a service  straight away. Euro Plumbings engineers are fully qualified to diagnose and repair faults to your central hearing system and boiler because they are trained to the highest standard.

Avoid breakdowns

To make sure your central heating is always working at its best, regular heating and boiler maintenance are essential. This will help you keep the cost of your energy bill down by ensuring that your central heating is working efficiently.

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