Are You Installing A New Central Heating System? Has your boiler finally given up and you need to install a new boiler? Is your heating bill higher than usual? Would a combi-boiler help save you money? Changing from an oil boiler to a gas boiler?
The Leicester Plumber has been servicing Leicester and the surrounding areas of Hinckley, Lutterworth, Loughborough, Melton Mowbray, Oakham and Market Harborough for over 20 years. We pride ourselves on providing a professional service that does the job right and at an affordable price.
Our team of plumbers can help you install your new central heating system in your home or business. We have extensive experience working with a wide variety of heating systems and brands. As well as working in a variety of different buildings and properties. We understand what works and what is going to provide you with the most cost effective central heating system.
A number of factors go into a new central heating system. For example the layout of the boiler and radiators. Secondly, are the radiators large enough to heat the space? What brand of boiler will provide the most cost effective heating? What types of controls are best suited for my central heating system?
Our team at The Leicester Plumber can help you with these important decisions as well as ensure you get the most value for money.
Have an existing central heating system, and only require a new boiler installation?
The Leicester Plumber works with a wide variety of boiler systems and brands. These include gas boilers, electric boilers and oil boilers.
All boilers have their unique characteristics. Regardless, The Leicester Plumber will carry out a fast and effective boiler installation. Therefore if you’re searching ‘Boiler Installation Leicester’’ do not hesitate to give us a call.
When setting up a boiler, you need to account for appropriate pipes. The first thing you will need is a wrench. The first thing you will do is insert a circular pump to the boiler unit and then put in the riser nipple. This will allow you to fit in the appropriate pipes that will allow the water and steam to flow through your house. Put in the required riser nipples, and then attach the pipes to the different zones in your home until the process is complete.