Unexplained Banging Noises
When unexplained popping or banging noises occur in your boiler it is usually caused due to corrosion or debris becoming baked inside the heat exchanger. This will cause the boiler to have hot spots wherever the boiler is not being evenly heated. This can also require a new boiler installation in Plymouth.
Sometimes, the radiator remains warm in the bottom half, but cold at the top half. This is caused by trapped air within the radiator itself. For a quick fix you can try to bleed your radiator first. If that doesn’t work, you may need to clear the radiator with the help of a power flush to remove the silt and dirt that has built up over time in the radiator. When all else fails, you may require a boiler installation in Plymouth.
Unsuitable for Your Home
When purchasing a new home, sometimes people find that the existing boiler system is not appropriate for their needs. If a boiler size is too small, it will not be able to generate enough heat to keep everyone in the house comfortable, or produce enough hot water for the entire family. And if the boiler turns out to be too large, you will be stuck with high energy bills which will only add to your expenses. This is the reason why your boiler should be the right size and in accordance with your home.
One of the most common reasons why homeowners go for a boiler installation in Plymouth is due to the warranty of their boiler expiring. Some well known brands such as Ideal, Vaillant and Worcester Bosch offer warranties of at least 5 years, and the customer can obtain additional years on the guarantee after a small fee. There are also other ways of increasing the warrant of your boiler. But, in older boilers, chances are, you will have no option but to get a boiler installation in Plymouth.
If you find that you are having issues with your current boiler you can have it checked by an experienced boiler installer such as Hassle Free Boilers who can inspect your current boiler and give you an estimate on how much a new boiler installation in Plymouth will cost you. It is always best to get your boiler checked by a registered boiler installer to find out what is wrong with it and get a good deal on the monthly payment options.
There are three options to those living in Plymouth and the surrounding area to pay for a new boiler:
- Make an upfront payment and have your new A-Rated boiler installed in 1-2 days. Everything is taken care of.
- Pay upfront, but use a small loan to cover anything additional that you need. We work directly with barclays to offer you small loans so that you can upgrade to a new boiler.
- Pay no upfront cost, and no deposit, instead pay a small monthly fee that includes all maintenance and repairs for the next 12 years.
Hopefully there’s a payment option that suits you. Please get in contact with us today so that we can help you find the right boiler to suit your home and your hot water needs. You can either fill in the contact form or call us today.