Boiler Servicing & New Boiler Installations in Falmouth

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Falmouth’s local gas engineers & plumbers

Custom Heat’s expert team of plumbers and gas engineers are ready to fix your boiler, find that leak, install your new boiler or renewable system, service your current boiler and much more. We offer all kinds of boiler, heating and plumbing services in Falmouth and the surrounding areas of Cornwall. Our family-run business has been operating for over 40 years, so we’re certain we’ve got the solution to any of your heating or plumbing needs.

Nearby to Falmouth? We also serve the areas around Falmouth and further afield, including:

  • Bareppa
  • Maenporth
  • Treverva
  • Edgecumbe
  • Stithians
  • Angarrick
  • Perranarworthal
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01208 244024

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PL30 4HX

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    Local gas engineers and plumbers in Falmouth

    We cover Falmouth and its surrounding areas such as Penryn, Truro, Redruth, St Agnes and Porthleven.

    Alongside our standard boiler service, we also offer boiler installation and breakdown repairs, as well as an expert bathroom fitting and design service, boiler care plans, and a range of competitive finance options for new boiler installations and central heating systems.

    Tony Peck

    South West Manager

    Tynan Jones

    Gas Engineer

    Ryan Wills

    Plumbing Engineer

    Lee Foord

    Gas Engineer

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    Accredited Partners for Worcester Bosch

    As accredited partners of Worcester Bosch, we are able to offer a full 10 year parts and labour guarantee.

    Unlike all other boiler guarantees, a Worcester Bosch guarantee also covers the Worcester system filter and external Worcester Bosch controls.

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    We recommend that you have your boiler serviced annually. Regular servicing helps ensure that the boiler operates efficiently and safely.

    A new boiler should typically be serviced annually. During a service, the technician will check for gas leaks, inspect the components, clean parts if necessary, and ensure the boiler is running efficiently.

    Our boiler service involves checking for gas and CO2 leaks, inspecting all components to ensure they are functioning efficiently and according to manufacturing standards, cleaning parts if needed, and making sure the boiler is operating effectively.

    A boiler service usually takes between 30 minutes to an hour, although this can vary depending on the condition of the boiler.

    For safety and regulatory compliance, it is advisable to have your boiler serviced by a Gas Safe registered engineer.

    The installation time for a new boiler typically ranges from 1 to 3 days, depending on the complexity of the job.

    The cost of a new boiler can vary significantly depending on the type of boiler, its capacity, and the complexity of the installation. For an accurate quote, please contact us directly.

    The ideal boiler for your home depends on various factors, such as the size of your home, the number of bathrooms, and your heating needs. Common types include combi boilers, hybrid boilers, and regular boilers. Consulting with a heating professional can help you determine the best option for your specific requirements.

    Indicators that your boiler might need replacing include frequent breakdowns, increasing energy bills, and the boiler being over 15 years old. Additionally, if the cost of repairs is more than half the price of a new boiler, it might be more cost-effective to replace it.

    In most cases, planning permission is not required for installing a new boiler. However, if you reside in a listed building or a conservation area, you may need special permissions. Regardless of your location, it’s essential that the installation adheres to building regulations to ensure safety and compliance.

    We strongly recommend that you hire a qualified professional to install your boiler, particularly if it is a gas boiler, to ensure safety and compliance with regulations.

    Keep in mind that regulations and best practices can vary depending on your location, so it’s advisable to consult with local experts or regulatory bodies when planning boiler installations or servicing. This approach not only ensures safety but also helps in maintaining the efficiency and longevity of your boiler.

    We don’t tend to look at radiators during boiler inspections, but some technicians might – it depends on what the problem is. If you have mentioned specific issues that involve a radiator, we’ll look at it.

    If you want to radiators checked, you might fall into a central heating system check or a power flush service. Make sure you check what you want checked when booking a service.

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