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At Heat-In Ltd
At Heat-In Ltd we have the experience and qualifications to be well equipped to carry out all types of Domestic and light Commercial work quickly and efficiently. Aiming at all times to achieve 100% customer satisfaction with our prompt and friendly service.
We have the knowledge and experience to provide a professional plumbing service, always maintaining a high standard of customer satisfaction. Using the highest quality materials and expert knowledge.
BUYING A NEW HOME
Make sure that your new home is gas safe
Homebuyers cannot always be sure when the gas appliances in their new home were last safety checked and serviced.
Ask your vendor for an annual gas safety record which shows that a Gas Safe registered engineer has checked the gas appliances.
If your vendor cannot supply an up to date annual gas safety record, you should get a Gas Safe registered engineer to check the gas appliances before you move in. This check should include the gas boiler, oven, hob and gas fire. The registered engineer will give the vendor a gas safety record which they should handover to you before you move in.
Well Christmas is probably a faded memory for most of us… But with the cold and wet weather we’re experiencing you might want to make sure your gas appliances are up to date with there annual safety checks and services to ensure the rest of winter is safe and hassle free.
Gas boilers make up approx 55 % of your energy bills, that why it’s important to have it serviced yearly so it runs efficiently and safely to keep your bill down and your money in your pocket.
Call Heat-in Ltd to book in your annual service and safety checks and get a free reminder every year it’s due.
Extremely cold and icy weather can freeze your boiler’s condensation pipe causing blockage and breakdowns. If your boiler breaks down this winter call Heat-in Ltd for a rapid response and repair.
Follow Heat-in Ltd top tips to stay gas safe in 2014:
Have your gas appliances serviced and safety checked at least every 12 months. Make a New Year’s resolution you can stick to and call Heat-in Ltd.
To book in your annual gas safety service and receive yearly reminders.
Always use a Gas Safe registered engineer when having gas work carried out in your home.
Check the front and back of your engineer’s Gas Safe Register ID card, making sure they are qualified to do the specific type of gas work you require.
Install an audible carbon monoxide alarm which will alert you if dangerous levels are present in your home.
If you smell gas or think there might be a gas leak, call the free 24 hour national gas emergency number immediately on 0800 111 999
Badly fitted and poorly maintained gas appliances can put you and your family at risk of carbon monoxide poisoning, gas leaks, fires and explosions.
Yearly checks should be made by a GAS SAFE registered engineer to ensure the safety of you and your family.
Home gas safety.
We rely on our gas boilers, cookers and fires to keep warm, have hot baths and showers and cook hot meals. It’s important that gas appliances are regularly serviced to help keep us safe and prevent them from breaking down when we need them the most.
Home gas safety with these tips:
Have all your gas appliances, including boilers, gas cookers and gas fires, safety checked annually.
Always use a Gas Safe registered engineer to fit, fix and check gas appliances in your home – it’s the law and will help keep you safe.
Always ask to see an engineers Gas Safe ID card and check the back of the card to ensure they are qualified to carry out the specific type of gas work you need.
Recognise the symptoms of carbon monoxide poisoning – headaches, dizziness, nausea, breathlessness, collapse and loss of consciousness.
Check gas appliances for warning signs that they are not working properly e.g. lazy yellow flames instead of crisp blue ones, black marks or stains on or around the appliance and too much condensation in the room.
Buy an audible carbon monoxide alarm for your home and make sure it is located near to your gas appliances in accordance with the manufacturer’s guidance. Carbon monoxide can leak from appliances and kill.
Only use gas appliances for their intended purpose e.g. don’t use a gas oven to heat a room or use a gas barbeque inside the house.
Always ensure there is enough ventilation for your gas appliances to allow them to burn correctly and make sure you are not blocking any air vents that provide an air supply to the gas appliance.
With the cold weather setting in many households will be relying on gas boilers and gas fires to keep their family warm this winter. This increased usage can put pressure on gas appliances and could lead to them breaking down when they are needed the most.
It’s vital that everyone has their gas appliances regularly serviced and safety checked every year to prepare them for the cold winter months.