Expert Advice & News

why you should get your boiler serviced ?

6 reasons to get your boiler serviced. Keep your boiler under warranty. Keep your energy bills low. Save money on unwanted repairs. Prepare your home for winter. Extend the lifespan of your boiler. Its the law for landlords. Regulary servicng your boiler offers several benfits, It prevents costly repairs by catching minor issues early, Ensures efficient operation saving you money on energy bills and keeps your home safe from carbon monoxide leaks.

About gaswarm

About Gaswarm My name is Ian Harkess Director of Gaswarm , I started my apprenticeship with Scottish Gas on the 15th of June 1970 I served my apprenticeship in Musselburgh and Edinburgh. One year after my apprenticeship finished i was promoted to technical assistant within Scottish Gas assisting in natural gas conversion. After conversion i worked in the Scottish Gas training centre for several years and started gaswarm in 1981

Power flushing

Power flushing Power flushing is a process used to clean and improve the efficiency of central heating systems in buildings. Over time, debris, sludge, rust, and other contaminants can build up in the pipes, radiators, and boiler, causing reduced heating performance and potential damage to the system.Powerflushing removes debris built up over time, letting more hot water get to your radiators, without the boiler having to work as hard and using less gas, which helps increase efficiency.

Gaswarm plumbing

Tap Installations & Repairs Replacing the taps in your kitchen, bathroom or an outside tap is effortless with Gaswarm. Got a tap problem that needs fixing? We can fix, replace and install all types of kitchen and bathroom taps as well as your own taps supplied. Our Plumbers carry a selection of materials (including tap washers) and stock to take on  most tap problems during the first visit.Where we are unable to repair a tap, or it is uneconomical to do so.

Boiler replacement

There is no exact time frame on how long your boiler will last, however, the average life of a boiler is usually between 10-15 years. This is dependent on multiple factors, such as, use, maintenance and type of boiler. Instead of basing your decision on the age of your boiler, it is worth keeping an eye on your energy bills and the comfort of your home.If you have noticed that your home is taking longer to heat up, or your hot water is unreliable, then it might worth thinking about replacement