5.0 Stars - 191 Reviews

Choosing The Right Boiler Installer

Choosing The Right Boiler Installer

Choosing the right boiler installer is just as important as any contractor that makes repairs to your home. Boilers are an important part of your home, but they can be forgotten, having the perfect boiler installer in place when you are considering a replace is key.

Which Boiler Installer To Pick

A quick search on the internet will give you more options than you ever thought of but there are some things to remember when you are making your way through the endless list. A trusted boiler installer will be happy to answer any questions you have, remember they want your business, so they should be happy to help. Ask for previous client’s contacts so you can check their work, a happy customer will be more than happy to talk to you about their work. Request a quote, here at Gaslec we provide a detailed quote and a schedule of works and we are happy to answer any questions or queries you may have.

How Much Will Your Boiler Cost

There is no fixed price for a boiler installation across the industry. This cost will depend on the works required and any appliances and equipment needed. As we have said a quote will detail all this information for you and after a site visit, your boiler installer should be able to provide this.

Ensure The Boiler Installer Is Qualified

Ensure your boiler engineer is qualified, they need to be able to safely install your new boiler to industry standards. Improper installation can be dangerous for your home and your family. Check that they are a properly qualified Gas Safe registered engineer, just as all our engineers are here at GASLEC.

GASLEC Boiler Engineers Exeter

Gaslec boiler engineers in Exeter specialise in gas boiler installations throughout Exeter and Devon. If you are looking for professional engineers in Exeter or the surrounding areas, look no further than GASLEC. We know that finding the right type of boiler is important and by installing a new high efficiency condensing model, heating is controlled much more effectively, resulting in lower fuel bills and reduced carbon dioxide emissions.

This website uses cookies to ensure you get the best experience on our website: Find out more.