• LocationBurton Upon Trent, Staffordshire, Wellington Street, DE14 2DS**
  • Our Working HoursOpening times: 24 hours a day*
  • Phone Us!Free phone: 0800 051 8628

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Our local Burton Upon Trent gas safe plumbers provide a boiler repair and boiler service that is second to none. If your currently experiencing boiler problems in Burton Upon Trent or the local area then we can have an experienced and qualified heating expert to your door within 60- 90 minutes.

We realise that any gas appliance poses a possible threat to your safety and those in close proximity. When taking your call our Burton Upon Trent customer friendly team will explain the best steps to take if you think there are gas leaks.

While gas boilers are more common we can service and repair all types and makes of boilers including combi boilers, condensing boilers, electric boilers... Our local Burton Upon Trent plumbers will always strive to deliver a service that is second to none.

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Burton Upon Trent Plumbing Testimonials

Customer Name: Dr R Higgins.
Phoned to say thanks for such a quick and efficient service. The engineer that was sent was very professional and the job was done really quickly but to a high standard, I will defiantly be recommending you. Could you also pass my thanks to Bill as he was really helpful.

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Example Of Our Plumbing Services

Condensing Boiler
A condensing boiler is a type of boiler that has increased efficiency, with an average efficiency of 82-89% in a real house installation (although laboratory tests claim up to 95-98%), compared with an average efficiency of 50-80% with a non-condensing boiler. This increase in efficiency is possible because the boiler re-uses the heat of the flue gases and vapours to heat up water, thus wasting less energy. The flue gases typically reach temperatures of 180-200°C, and thus a lot of heat (and therefore, energy) is wasted to the atmosphere. For this to work, the gases must be extracted with the use of a fan to a vent, and for the excess water collected (the water that condenses to release the heat) to be drained away using the usual waste water pipes. All new gas boilers installed since April 1st 2005 (and since April 1st 2007 for oil-fired boilers) are required to be condensing boilers, unless exceptional circumstances apply.

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