Training and Education Pro's Forum: Valves, Regulators, Filters, Etc. Thread Tools Show Printable Version. Contact Us. For ratings and reviews on companies in your area, search Angie's List. Or do they perform just as consistently as lower tech cast-iron boilers? Chillers Pro's Forum: I'm not going to ignore the equipment for years until it fails catastrophically and my house is consumed by a huge mushroom cloud in a natural gas explosion.
With a direct-vent natural gas system, I don't those issues apply, but what things specific to NG systems are required? I'm in the process of replacing an oil-fired boiler that required annual servicing. As well as servicing your boiler every year, you should also consider servicing when you move into a new home.
Book Your Annual Boiler Service Today We hope you have a clearer idea of just when you should have your boiler serviced. Waiting until your boiler breaks is likely to mean higher repair costs than just having an annual service.
Results 1 to 8 of 8. However, every contractor I've spoken with about installing the new equipment talks about annual servicing.
But one thing I am sure of is I would not invest the type of money you are and not do maintenance. Here are four reasons why you should regularly service your boiler: Every year?
Where did you hear about Plumbcare. The single most serious cause of Mod-Con failures is poor design and installation.
Book in your service for July or August and make sure your boiler is ready to handle everything that the next winter has to throw at it. Should you service your boiler every month?
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As boiler and heating specialists, Plumbcare. Even saw one where defective units had to be shipped to Japan for inspection and the company guaranteed replacement if found to be defective, in their opinion witin 2 weeks of receipt, shipping of new one from Japan by sea - so a month or more replacement time!
Typically about every 10 years or so is probably a typical needed frequency or this in normal conditions.