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Boiler Breakdown & Repair | Akaa Plumbing and Heating


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Are you looking for a reliable team to do Boiler repair work for your heating system? If you do,
then we might be the one you have been looking for. Our team of experts could deal with your heating
system problems and are available right to your door immediately, as contacted. Our Boiler breakdown engineers team covers Harrow, Wembley, Edgware, Ealing and most of the London area.

Why Us?

We are a team of highly experienced experts in home heating systems and you shall rely on our professional services.
Our quick capabilities to get to work done is one of our specialty, compared to other companies.
The residents of London and Harrow could now get their heating systems fixed in no time, with excellent results.
Below are some of the reasons on why you should hire us to fix your broken heating systems.

  • Qualified and Experienced engineers – we consist of qualified and highly-experienced engineers who have immense knowledge in home heating systems.
  • Quick response – our team are always available upon your request so that we could provide our service on the same day that you contacted us.
  • Necessary documents are provided – we practice integrity and transparency, so all the necessary documents and job details will be provided upon your request.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

    • Why is my boiler making a loud, vibrating noise?
      Your noisy boiler could be the result of many occurrences. One of it is due to the blockage in the pipe
      due to condensation. To fix this, you should thaw your pipe by pouring hot water or wrapping it in a
      hot towel. If it is still making a noise, contact your nearby gas engineer immediately to resolve this issue.
      We are also available to fix this kind of issue, so feel free to contact us if you’re near London or Harrow.

 

    • Why do I have no hot water but I have heating?
      This could be the result of your broken diverter valve, or that it is stuck in the central heating position.
      For this, you may need to either replace your diverter with a new or reposition your valve. This should be done
      a competent and qualified gas engineer.

 

    • Why is my boiler overheating?
      When your boiler is overheating, it is a sign that there may be severe damages in your boiler.
      this is due to the immense pressure happening in your boiler’s internal components. This could lead to
      a more serious outcomes such as explosion and toxic smokes to be produced. If this occurs to you,
      call an engineer immediately as these could lead to fatal dangers as this is considered as an emergency.

 

    • Is low pressure in boiler dangerous?
      A low-pressure boiler isn’t dangerous, but your boiler might not be working effectively if the pressure
      is being kept that way. This could lead to your house difficult to be warmed up and require more energy that
      it should be, which could increase your energy bills.

 

    • Why my boiler pressure keep dropping?
      There are various reasons to this problem, such as a leakage in your pressure relief valve and heating pipework.
      Other than that, it could be due to the faulty expansion vessels and air in your system.

 

    • What happens if a boiler has low pressure?
      If your boiler has low pressure, it could be the result of your water pressure being too low.
      The optimum water pressure should be between one and two bars atmospheric pressure, which you could
      obtain the reading on the water pressure indicator on your boiler.

 

    • What happens if my boiler pressure is too high?
      If your boiler pressure is too high, it could lead to severe damages to your boiler and even your home.
      You could check this by checking if your pressure relief valve is leaking. The leaking could lead to corrosion
      to the walls outside of your house, where you installed them. If this problem persists,
      you may need a new boiler installed.

 

    • What should boiler pressure be when the heating is on?
      The optimum pressure for a boiler is between one or two bars. You could check your boiler pressure on the pressure gauge.
      However, the optimum pressure of a boiler depends on the models used. Consult with your engineer or read the instruction
      manual if you’re unsure about your boiler pressure.

 

    • Does bleeding radiators affect boiler pressure?
      Yes, bleeding radiators could lower your boiler pressure as it is actually lowering down your central
      heating system’s pressure. Bleeding the radiators is usually done in order to set the boiler pressure
      back on its safe level.

 

  • Do you turn boiler off when bleeding radiators?
    Radiators are hot so it is essential to turn your boiler off before bleeding the radiators.
    You need to cool down your radiators first before you begin the bleeding. A radiator key is typically
    used to turn the valve anticlockwise to release some pressure.

Boiler Breakdown & Repair | Akaa Plumbing and Heating

Are you looking for a reliable team to do Boiler repair work for your heating system? If you do,
then we might be the one you have been looking for. Our team of experts could deal with your heating
system problems and are available right to your door immediately, as contacted. Our Boiler breakdown engineers team covers Harrow, Wembley, Edgware, Ealing and most of the London area.

Why Us?

We are a team of highly experienced experts in home heating systems and you shall rely on our professional services.
Our quick capabilities to get to work done is one of our specialty, compared to other companies.
The residents of London and Harrow could now get their heating systems fixed in no time, with excellent results.
Below are some of the reasons on why you should hire us to fix your broken heating systems.

  • Qualified and Experienced engineers – we consist of qualified and highly-experienced engineers who have immense knowledge in home heating systems.
  • Quick response – our team are always available upon your request so that we could provide our service on the same day that you contacted us.
  • Necessary documents are provided – we practice integrity and transparency, so all the necessary documents and job details will be provided upon your request.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

    • Why is my boiler making a loud, vibrating noise?
      Your noisy boiler could be the result of many occurrences. One of it is due to the blockage in the pipe
      due to condensation. To fix this, you should thaw your pipe by pouring hot water or wrapping it in a
      hot towel. If it is still making a noise, contact your nearby gas engineer immediately to resolve this issue.
      We are also available to fix this kind of issue, so feel free to contact us if you’re near London or Harrow.

 

    • Why do I have no hot water but I have heating?
      This could be the result of your broken diverter valve, or that it is stuck in the central heating position.
      For this, you may need to either replace your diverter with a new or reposition your valve. This should be done
      a competent and qualified gas engineer.

 

    • Why is my boiler overheating?
      When your boiler is overheating, it is a sign that there may be severe damages in your boiler.
      this is due to the immense pressure happening in your boiler’s internal components. This could lead to
      a more serious outcomes such as explosion and toxic smokes to be produced. If this occurs to you,
      call an engineer immediately as these could lead to fatal dangers as this is considered as an emergency.

 

    • Is low pressure in boiler dangerous?
      A low-pressure boiler isn’t dangerous, but your boiler might not be working effectively if the pressure
      is being kept that way. This could lead to your house difficult to be warmed up and require more energy that
      it should be, which could increase your energy bills.

 

    • Why my boiler pressure keep dropping?
      There are various reasons to this problem, such as a leakage in your pressure relief valve and heating pipework.
      Other than that, it could be due to the faulty expansion vessels and air in your system.

 

    • What happens if a boiler has low pressure?
      If your boiler has low pressure, it could be the result of your water pressure being too low.
      The optimum water pressure should be between one and two bars atmospheric pressure, which you could
      obtain the reading on the water pressure indicator on your boiler.

 

    • What happens if my boiler pressure is too high?
      If your boiler pressure is too high, it could lead to severe damages to your boiler and even your home.
      You could check this by checking if your pressure relief valve is leaking. The leaking could lead to corrosion
      to the walls outside of your house, where you installed them. If this problem persists,
      you may need a new boiler installed.

 

    • What should boiler pressure be when the heating is on?
      The optimum pressure for a boiler is between one or two bars. You could check your boiler pressure on the pressure gauge.
      However, the optimum pressure of a boiler depends on the models used. Consult with your engineer or read the instruction
      manual if you’re unsure about your boiler pressure.

 

    • Does bleeding radiators affect boiler pressure?
      Yes, bleeding radiators could lower your boiler pressure as it is actually lowering down your central
      heating system’s pressure. Bleeding the radiators is usually done in order to set the boiler pressure
      back on its safe level.

 

  • Do you turn boiler off when bleeding radiators?
    Radiators are hot so it is essential to turn your boiler off before bleeding the radiators.
    You need to cool down your radiators first before you begin the bleeding. A radiator key is typically
    used to turn the valve anticlockwise to release some pressure.
Gas Safty Registered
Gas Safty Registered
Certified Gas Engineer
Landlord Certificates
Gas Safety Inspection
Guarantee for all boilers
Certified Gas Engineer
Gas Safty Registered
Certified Gas Engineer
Landlord Certificates
Gas Safety Inspection
Guarantee for all boilers
Certified Gas Engineer
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