Whether you're upgrading to a more energy-efficient boiler, installing a new heating system or making changes to your existing system, the choices you make about the system or boiler you choose and how you use it have never been more important.  Being Gas Safe and Oftec Registered, we specialise in both gas and oil boiler installations and can provide a free quote for any boiler or central heating related job and will do our very best to beat any like for like quote.  Whatever your needs, I am qualified and have the experience to to install all forms of boiler and central heating systems whether its new installations or replacements to existing we can match your requirements.

Services include:

  • Boiler installation and replacements
  • Extended boiler warranties of up to 15 years
  • Full central heating installation
  • Radiator installation including designer radiators
  • Unvented hot water cylinders
  • Timeclocks, programmers including the lastest learning thermostats (Nest Thermostats)
  • Powerflushing and heating circuit magnetic filter installation
  • Fault finding and repairs
  • Gas and Oil boiler safety check services
  • Gas and Oil landlord safety certificate services
  • Oil tank and base installation
  • Oil lines, fire valves and oil lifters (tiger loops)

We have extensive experience of installing all types of boilers, many manufacturers all Condensing with over 91% energy efficient 'A' rating.  Each boiler is fully commissioned, registered with Gas Safe or Oftec and also the boiler manufacturer for warranty purposes.

Types of boilers - which boiler is best for your home

Combination boilers (Combi)
Combination boilers (or combi boilers as they are more commonly called) are the most common boiler in the UK.  They provide the convenience of instant hot water on demand and heating with no need for water tanks or cylindersat any time.


  • you get unlimited heat and hot water when you need it
  • there's no need for a cylinder in your aring cupboard
  • there's no need for a tank in you loft
  • they don't take up much space


  • the water pressure might be reduced if you need hot water from more that one tap at a time

Heat only (Conventional) boilers
Heat only or conventional boilers also known as open vented or regular boilers - have both a cylinder and a tank.  Hot water stored via a cylinder normally housed in an airing cupboard or boiler room and tanks located in the loft, heating is supplied pumped frm the boiler via a circulating pump and valves normally in your aring cupboard.


  • you get hot water from multiple taps at the same time
  • you can have backup hot water from an electric immersion heater


  • the hot water can run out and you'll have to wait for it to reheat
  • you need to find room for the cylinder and tank

System boilers
System boilers also known as sealed system, just like a regular (conventional) boiler works on the principle of using a storage hot water cyilnder but no tanks in the loft as the heating and hot water systems are pressurised. Installation is quicker, neater, easier and more efficient. Faster heat output response and more economical running costs.


  • there's no need for a tank in your loft
  • you can get hot water from multiple taps at the same time
  • you can have backup hot water from an electric immersion heater


  • the hot water can run out and you'll have to wait for it to reheat
  • you need to find room for the cylinder somewhere

Condensing boilers
Condensing boilers arn't strictly a boiler type - instead it's an attribute your boiler can have, e.g. you can have a condensing combi boiler or condensing conventional boiler.

Condensing boilers are very energy efficient because they capture some of the heat which would escape from the flue of a non-condensing boiler and re-use it.  This means they get more heatfro mthe same amount of fuel, which will save you money on your heating bills.

All new boilers have had to be condensing since 2005.

Energy-efficient boilers
All new boilers are energy-efficient - since 2010 all new boilers must be A-rated for energy efficiency, or at least 88% efficient.

The energy efficiency rating system for boilers is called SEDBUK (Seasonal Efficiency of Domestic Boilers in the UK).  All boilers are assessed and given a rating to help you pick a boiler that is energy-efficient, or see how efficient your existing boiler is.

What our customers say……

Colette Lewis Trethomas

They came recommended and didn’t disappoint! Had a new Worcester boiler, pipe work and new radiator and even put a cupboard up! Arrived on time, left no mess and did a great job. Will be passing on the recommendation and wouldn’t hesitate to use again, thanks both!

See some of our previous work