It’s the hottest day of the year…time to think about your central heating
It’s the hottest day of the year, so now is the time to think about central heating – said nobody ever. However having your central heating system inspection carried out in July actually makes sense. Why? Would anybody want to have their central heating carried out by a heating engineer at this time of year?
Well, lets skip past the summer and think forward to October. Imagine the first heavy frost of the year. You want to be as certain that you can be that your central heating is fully working and that your boiler is not about to pack up.
Every year WW Brown, along with all other plumbers in Market Harborough, will receive a flood of calls the first day that there is frost. That’s because people often wait until things go wrong before they do something about it. Our advice would be that whilst it is hot and very few people are thinking about hot water and central heating, now is the time to check the state of your boiler.
Time for the Central Heating
If it does need work or even replacing, now is the time to book in the work. That’s because you are in much less of a rush and our Harborough based heating engineers are much more flexible about when they can install, so you can book a time slot with a heating engineer who can accommodate the best time for you (to fit in with your work or pre-booked social activities). Contrast that with the blind panic of your central heating packing in 2 days before Christmas and with the extended family descending upon your house.
So our advice is forget about the lovely sun for a moment. Get on the phone to a heating and plumbing engineers such as WW Brown and ask them to check your boiler when the time pressure is off. Then if you do need a new a replacement or any other work doing by a Harborough heating engineer, you can be confident that when the winter is upon us you will be able to enjoy the artificial warmth of your gas central heating.
In summary, now is the time to call a Market Harborough based central heating engineer to have your central heating boiler inspected or serviced.