Central Heating System Installation

Do you need new central heating systems installed at your home, or do you need us to inspect and
repair your existing central heating system? Our team at AKAA Plumbing & Heating are always available
to lend a hand and provide the solutions to your issue. Our heating systems service cover most part of London,
including Harrow and Watford,Wembley, Ruislip, Northolt, Ealing, HA1, HA3, HA2, HA5,HA7, HA0, HA9, Stanmore, Edgware.

Why Us?

As an established company which consists of accredited gas engineers, we are committed to provide the residents
across London with modern central heating systems to ensure that they are warm throughout the year, in their homes.
The UK is known for its chilly and cold weather, in fact, we don’t get to see much of the sun all year. Not really.
Thus, it is our responsibility to provide a quality central heating system to our customers, at an affordable price.
We have plenty of potential to showcase to you, which would make you decide to use our service.

  • Qualified and Accredited – Our engineers are fully qualified and accredited by most of the boiler manufacturers.
  • Guarantee for all boilers – We provide guarantee for a minimum of 5 years, up to 10 years for all boilers installed at your homes.
  • Highly experienced professionals – our team consist of highly experienced and Gas Safe registered engineers which have been dealing with all type of central heating systems for years.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

    • What is wrong with my central heating system?
      If you have encountered an unpleasant experience while using your central heating system,
      then there might be something wrong with your thermostat, filters, power supply and even leakage.
      Check all of these elements to ensure that they are in a good condition. If you are still facing problems
      even after checking all these and you are not sure about their condition, contact us and we would be at your
      doorstep immediately.


    • Is it cheaper to keep heating on or turn it on and off?
      You are actually increasing the cost if you keep turning it on. The only solution is to turn
      on your central heating system only when needed.


    • Is it cheaper to leave hot water on all the time?
      Leaving the hot water on all the time means you are using your heating system to heat it up,
      which means that you would need to turn on the heat all the time. This could cost you more than
      you think. The ideal duration that your heating system can be turned on is not more than 9 hours,
      unless it is really freezing.


    • Why does my boiler keep going on and off?
      This problem may be due to several factors such as leaking, low pressure or water flow.
      If there is a problem with your boiler, contact us so we can arrange an inspection to your boiler
      and provide further assistance.


    • Why is there no power to my boiler?
      Boilers are usually equipped with a fuse in order to prevent damages in its electrical components.
      Your boiler’s fuse might have been blown or damaged, and this means that you need to change your fuse
      in order for your boiler to work again. Changing a central heating boiler system’s fuse require an accredited
      and competent engineer to do it for you, and we do have a team that specialise in central heating system repair,
      including boilers and its electronic components.


    • Why is my boiler not working?
      The most common cause for the fail functioning of your boiler is the low pressure on your boiler pressure gauge.
      The central heating sealed system such as a boiler need to have a balance pressure between the water and air within.
      Other factors could be malfunctioning thermostat, condensation within the pipe (during winter) or your boiler
      pilot light might not light up. The low pressure issue could only be fixed by a qualified heating engineer,
      while the condensation issue can be fixed by pouring warm water over the pipe and then restart your boiler.
      Other than that, by checking your thermostat and the pilot light and then restarting your boiler could fix the issues.
      Otherwise, give us a call so we can check and repair it for you.


    • Why is my boiler gurgling?
      A gurgling boiler might due to the low pressure inside your boiler gauge or the piping system connected
      to your boiler might condensate. Refer to the answers in question 6 to solve this problem.


    • How do I know if my boiler is broken?
      There are 4 main signs that your boiler is broken – your pilot light is orange/yellow
      appearance (supposed to be blue), high pressure (can be checked through the pressure gauge),
      and unusual noises such as whistling, banging or tapping. An incompetent boiled would also
      results in higher average gas usage.


    • How much will it cost for the whole house central heating installation?
      The cost depends on the size of your property. You may contact our team to discuss further
      about the pricing and the duration it would take to finish the installation.


  • Do you also include cleaning the central heating systems in your service?
    Yes, we do provide a cleaning service for central heating systems.