Experience Unmatched Warmth & Efficiency: Central Heating & Powerflushing Perfected
As a rough guide, to install central heating into an average three-bed property with an existing combi-boiler that doesn’t require moving, the system will cost between £1,500–£4,200, based on the length of copper, number of radiators, plumbing fittings and labour.
Our central heating engineers can repair your central heating system, ensuring that you have heat throughout the year and that you’re always living comfortably.
If you’re looking for a full central heating system or just a simple radiator change or power flush in Coventry, Nuneaton, or other West Midlands district, First Call Home Services are on hand with local plumbers that can be with you in minutes. We have over 100 reviews in Coventry and a 5 star Google rating, so why not call all us today!
We offer boiler services, including diagnosis and repair. We also provide landlord gas safety inspections. Gas safety inspections are frequently required to keep your new boiler’s warranty valid. We can install your appliances on the same day if a local central heating engineer is available or working in your region.
We are a company willing to go above and beyond for our customers in Coventry and the surrounding areas.
This is why we offer a comprehensive list of gas services to ensure that we can deliver a service that will benefit you and your home.
Your central heating system keeps you supplied with the heat that make life comfortable.
As well as taking care of your heating needs, combi boilers provide instant hot water. They have the advantage of freeing up space in a home, because there’s no need for a hot water cylinder (tank) like there is with a conventional boiler.
In most cases, heating water instantly is more energy-efficient than ‘stored’ hot water systems. However, the flow of hot water is slower than if it was coming from a cylinder, so a bath will take longer to run. Some combi boilers can in any case also heat water in a cylinder.
Modern boilers generally no longer have tanks in the loft to ‘pressurise’ the system through gravity. Instead they are sealed systems, and typically only require manual topping up from the mains water supply when the internal pressure has dropped (usually because of tiny leaks). This is a simple operation that takes a few seconds, and involves opening a valve on a pipe below the boiler.