Bromsgrove Boiler Repairs

Is it feeling a little cold in your house? Or is that shower feeling a little colder than usual? It sounds like your boiler might be feeling a little under the weather. Not to worry, give us a call and we will get you back up and running in no time!

If you book a boiler repair, finding your boiler’s fault Is Free! But if you need us straight away here are our fees:

Emergency Call
out one off charge

£40ex vat

Emergency Call
Out Hourly rate

£30ex vat

Bromsgrove Boiler Repairs

Is it feeling a little cold in your house? Or is that shower feeling a little colder than usual? It sounds like your boiler might be feeling a little under the weather. Not to worry, give us a call and we will get you back up and running in no time!

If you book a boiler repair, finding your boiler’s fault Is Free! But if you need us straight away here are our fees:

Emergancy
Callout Costs

£40ex vat

Emergancy Call
Out Hourly rate

£30ex vat

Before You Do Anything, Try This!

Five Things To Do Before Calling Us

Before calling a plumber or heating engineer, you should go through this checklist to make sure the problems you are having are not a simple fix, so you can save time and money.

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1. Check Your Boiler Is Turned On.

We know what you are thinking, it’s a pretty simple thing, but it can happen. You could have had some work done on your house and it might have been turned off, you could have blown or tripped a switch.

So here is what you need to do:

  1. Is your boiler turned on? The best way to do this is to check if any lights are on, or if your boiler’s visual display is showing anything.
    If yes, move on to the next step of the checklist
  2. Check if your home’s fuse board has tripped a switch. How to check a fuse board?
  3. Check if the switched fuse spur next to your boiler is switched on. What is a switched fused spur?
  4. Change the fuse in your switched fuse spur next to your boiler. How to change a fuse?
2. Turn It Off And On Again

Like any computer, a simple reset can do the trick! Boilers sometimes have faults which require the boiler to be reset. For most boilers you can find the reset button on the front of the boiler; in some cases, it is a dial that needs resetting to zero. 

If you’re not sure where to find the reset button, please refer to your boiler’s user manual. If you don’t have a user manual, you may be able to find it online, using the links below.

To find your user manual, find your boiler brand

  1. Worcester Bosch
  2. Viessmann
  3. Grant
  4. Vaillant
  5. Ideal
  6. Baxi
  7. Glow Worm
3. Check Your Heating Controls

Your boiler may be just doing what it’s told to! Check your heating controls are not turning your boiler off by turning your thermostat up to 21 degrees and turning off your timer and/or programmer.

Not sure how to do this? Don’t worry, even we get a little confused sometimes. Check your user manual to learn how to configure your heating control.

If you don’t have your user manual, you can find some of the more popular brands’ manuals below.

  1. Honey Well
  2. Worcester Bosch
  3. Dayton
  4. Nest
  5. Hive
4. Check Your Boiler's Gas Supply

A boiler needs to breathe as much as we do! A good gas supply is important for your boiler to work correctly. So to make sure you have a good gas supply, please do the following:

  1. If you have a prepayment meter, you may want to check you have sufficient credit on your meter.
  2. Push your gas meter’s reset button to reset your gas supply. How do I do this?
5. Check Your Boilers Water Pressure.

Your boiler may just be a bit deflated. If your boiler’s water level falls below 1 bar, typically it will turn itself off. You can see if this is the case by looking at the pressure gauge which can normally be found on the front of the boiler.

If it is below 1 bar, you will need to top it up with more water.

If you’re not sure how to increase your boiler’s water pressure, please refer to your boiler’s user manual. If you don’t have a user manual, you may be able to find it online using the links below.

To find your user manual find your boiler’s brand

  1. Worcester Bosch
  2. Viessmann
  3. Grant
  4. Vaillant
  5. Ideal
  6. Baxi
  7. Glow Worm

Click here for a useful video guide showing how to top up your water pressure.

Important Note: Please be aware that your water pressure may have gone down as a result of a leak. If your pressure drops again please contact us for further assistance.

Before You Do Anything, Try This!

Five Things To Do Before Calling Us

Before calling a plumber or heating engineer, you should go through this checklist to make sure the problems you are having are not a simple fix, so you can save time and money.

None

Your content goes here. Edit or remove this text inline or in the module Content settings. You can also style every aspect of this content in the module Design settings and even apply custom CSS to this text in the module Advanced settings.

1. Check Your Boiler Is Turned On.

We know what you are thinking, it’s a pretty simple thing, but it can happen. You could have had some work done on your house and it might have been turned off, you could have blown or tripped a switch.

So here is what you need to do:

  1. Is your boiler turned on? The best way to do this is to check if any lights are on, or if your boiler’s visual display is showing anything.
    If yes, move on to the next step of the checklist
  2. Check if your home’s fuse board has tripped a switch. How to check a fuse board?
  3. Check if the switched fuse spur next to your boiler is switched on. What is a switched fused spur?
  4. Change the fuse in your switched fuse spur next to your boiler. How to change a fuse?
2. Turn It Off And On Again

Like any computer, a simple reset can do the trick! Boilers sometimes have faults which require the boiler to be reset. For most boilers you can find the reset button on the front of the boiler; in some cases, it is a dial that needs resetting to zero. 

If you’re not sure where to find the reset button, please refer to your boiler’s user manual. If you don’t have a user manual, you may be able to find it online, using the links below.

To find your user manual, find your boiler brand

  1. Worcester Bosch
  2. Viessmann
  3. Grant
  4. Vaillant
  5. Ideal
  6. Baxi
  7. Glow Worm
3. Check Your Heating Controls

Your boiler may be just doing what it’s told to! Check your heating controls are not turning your boiler off by turning your thermostat up to 21 degrees and turning off your timer and/or programmer.

Not sure how to do this? Don’t worry, even we get a little confused sometimes. Check your user manual to learn how to configure your heating control.

If you don’t have your user manual, you can find some of the more popular brands’ manuals below.

  1. Honey Well
  2. Worcester Bosch
  3. Dayton
  4. Nest
  5. Hive
4. Check Your Boiler's Gas Supply

A boiler needs to breathe as much as we do! A good gas supply is important for your boiler to work correctly. So to make sure you have a good gas supply, please do the following:

  1. If you have a prepayment meter, you may want to check you have sufficient credit on your meter.
  2. Push your gas meter’s reset button to reset your gas supply. How do I do this?
5. Check Your Boilers Water Pressure.

Your boiler may just be a bit deflated. If your boiler’s water level falls below 1 bar, typically it will turn itself off. You can see if this is the case by looking at the pressure gauge which can normally be found on the front of the boiler.

If it is below 1 bar, you will need to top it up with more water.

If you’re not sure how to increase your boiler’s water pressure, please refer to your boiler’s user manual. If you don’t have a user manual, you may be able to find it online using the links below.

To find your user manual find your boiler’s brand

  1. Worcester Bosch
  2. Viessmann
  3. Grant
  4. Vaillant
  5. Ideal
  6. Baxi
  7. Glow Worm

Click here for a useful video guide showing how to top up your water pressure.

Important Note: Please be aware that your water pressure may have gone down as a result of a leak. If your pressure drops again please contact us for further assistance.

HOW IT WORKS

Call Us!

What we will ask you when you call:
1. What make and model is your boiler?
2. Does it run off gas, electric or oil?
3. Can you describe what the problem is?

5

Finding The Problem!

Finding the problem is more than half the work. Fortunately, we are more than happy to do this part for free, so long as you pre-book your repair! That’s right, we don’t charge for fault finding!

Once we have found the problem, we tell you what it is, how long it will take to fix and how much it will cost – super easy!

5

MAKE THE REPAIR!

So we have found the problem, all that’s left is fixing it! 

If we have the parts on hand it can take a few minutes to a couple of hours to fix. However, in some cases, we may need you to bear with us a day or so, while we get the parts we need to get you back up and running.

Call Us!

What we will ask you when you call:
1. What make and model is your boiler?
2. Does it run off gas, electric or oil?
3. Can you describe what the problem is?

3

Finding The Problem!

Finding the problem is more than half the work, fortunately, we more than happy to do this part for free so long as you prebook your repair! That’s right we don’t charge for our fault finding!

Once we have found the problem, we tell you what it is, how long it will take to fix and much it will cost, super easy.

3

MAKE THE REPAIR!

So we have found the problem, all that’s left is fixing it! 

If we have the parts on hand it can take a few minutes to a couple of hours to fix. However, in some cases, we may need you to bear with us a day or so, while we get the parts we need to get you back up and running.

Why CHoose US?

12 Months Guarantee

Don’t worry, we have got you covered! Any and all work we have done to your boiler as part of our repair is guaranteed for 12 months at no extra charge!

TESTIMONIAL

Emergency Call Out: After accidentally drilling a hole through a pipe when fixing floorboards, AB Services came in15 minutes of our phone call and quickly and professionally repaired the pipe and laid the floorboards back down.

10 / 10  Rating

We are Gas Safe Registered

Gas Safe ID: 195389

12 Months Guarantee

Don’t worry, we have got you covered! Any and all work we have done to your boiler as part of our repair is guaranteed for 12 months at no extra charge!

TESTIMONIAL

Emergency Call Out: After accidentally drilling a hole through a pipe when fixing floorboards, AB Services came in15 minutes of our phone call and quickly and professionally repaired the pipe and laid the floorboards back down.

10 / 10  Rating

We are Gas Safe Registered

Gas Safe ID: 195389

Let’s get that boiler fixed!

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