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A recent survey revealed that as few as 58% of home owners have their heating equipment professionally serviced at least once a year.

As with anything, to book and pay for a boiler service while your system appears to be working can seem like an unnecessary expense. However, an annual boiler service is the safe and cost efficient way to look after your heating system, and can have a number of desirable effects:

Those who neglect to regularly maintain boiler and central heating equipment will experience reduced efficiency and increased costs.

Regular maintenance can also extend component life by as much as 30%. This translates into an additional 5 to 10 years reliable use for your gas boiler.

Most heating engineers will tell you that about 75% of all repairs they do could have been avoided with regular maintenance. Heating system repairs typically run into hundreds of pounds, yet many people will only consider calling an engineer when the problem has occurred.

An annual boiler service and check-up from one of the trained professionals at Phoenix Plumbing & Heating can mean we help you avoid an expensive repair job, as well as reducing your year round energy costs.

Crucially, annual heating inspections can save your life and the lives of your loved ones. Small cracks in a heat exchanger or problems with the flue system could allow deadly carbon monoxide gas to seep into your home and accidental carbon monoxide poisoning causes a reported 50 deaths every year in the UK. A trained service technician knows how to spot the danger signs in the system.

If you would like to benefit from a more efficient, more economical and most importantly, a safe heating system get in touch with us today for further information.



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