CENTRAL HEATING INSTALLATIONS & REPAIRS

Ensuring hot water and heating efficiency without compromising user comfort, maintaining optimal flow temperatures and longevity of system performance.

Central Heating Systems

All new central heating systems and fully replaced systems in existing buildings, including the heating appliance, emitters and associated pipework should be sized to allow the space heating system to operate effectively and in a manner that meets the heating needs of the dwelling at a maximum flow temperature of 55*C or lower. These low flow temperature systems 35-55*C have been introduced by Building Regulations approved document Part L on 15 June 2022. 

A vast majority of properties in the UK require under 8kW with the most popular size ASHP being installed at 6kW. Accurate heat-loss calculations must be undertaken before any design can take place insuring the ideal heat generator to be installed is of the correct size. Once this information has been obtained the design of the heating system can be carried out taking into account zoning for total floor areas exceeding 150m2 and types of heat distribution specified for the property.

 

Central Heating Controls

Choosing the right controls for your new central heating system is crucial for insuring the most efficient performance of the boiler and comfort levels for the home. Not all controls work effectively with all heat generators. Obtaining the right temperature for the emitters is key to creating the perfect balance within the system of efficiency without compromising on comfort. Weather compensation and load compensation controls interact intelligently with the boiler, reducing the flow temperature according to the sensor's input. These are controls that will adjust accordingly throughout the day aiming to keep the set point within the property, a must for our British weather.

Priority Domestic Hot Water

Central heating systems comprising of a gas boiler and hot water cylinder using a standard S or Y plan configuration are set to run at one flow temperature which will be the temperature for the cylinder at around 65°C - 75°C operating with a combined heat output for the hot water and heating demand. Running at these high flow temperatures limits the potential for the boiler to condense effectively, if at all, and that's probably for most of the year, read more...

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Central Heating Service

Contact our team to discuss what we can offer you in regards to your central heating system.

Pressure Independent Thermostatic Valves


Dynamic TRV or Pressure Independent Valves (PIV) radiator valves are designed with a flow limiting device for presetting of the maximum water flow through a radiator. The built-in pressure regulator keeps the differential pressure over the valve at a constant level so regardless of other radiators closing in the system the flow will not exceed.

 

The extra flow from the circulator cannot leave the boiler forcing the boiler to react immediately and modulate down. These valves also keep the differential temperature across the system creating lower return temperatures, improving condensing conditions and overall efficiency.  

Thermostatic radiator valve TRV

Heating Engineer in Loughton & Woodford Green

We are Gas Safe registered, experienced central heating installers, G3 unvented installers, and priority hot water plumbing engineers covering Loughton Essex. Our compact installation designs can replace outdated systems and allow for modern-day technology controls to give comfort the homeowner.

 

OUR CENTRAL HEATING SERVICES INCLUDE

 

  • Low-temperature control systems

  • Installation of pressure control valves

  • Pipework lagging

  • Full heating system balancing 

 

 

Power Flushing Services

Power flushing is a technique used to clear sludge, rust, and other debris in the central heating system pipes, radiators, coils, and heat exchangers. Allowing the boiler and central heating system work more efficiently as circulation is improved through the pipework and boiler

Power flushing cleans the inside surfaces of your central heating system. The procedure is more effective with chemicals and magnets read more

 

Powr Flush Loughton

 

Central Heating Efficiency

Our engineers can carry out a Heating Efficiency Survey on your system, and upgrade your existing central heating system if it’s possible to do so.

 

If your central heating system does need replacing, we will design and install a complete central heating system for you.

 

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Boiler Repair Loughton

 

Boiler Servicing & Repairs

 

It is recommended that a ‘Gas Safe registered engineer service your boiler once a year, it is a legal requirement for all landlords to have a gas safety check every 12 months. 

An unserviced boiler could leak poisonous carbon monoxide into the home, this is colourless, odourless and deadly, read more

 

AREAS WE COVER - LONDON

GAS ENGINEERS  & GAS FITTERS IN LONDON

E1: Mile End, 

E2: Bethnal Green, Hackney

E3: Bow, Bromley, Bromley-by-Bow,

E4: Chingford, Highams Park, Waltham Forest

E5: Lower Clapton, Upper Clapton, Hackney

E6: Beckton, East Ham, Upton Park, Newham

E7: Forest Gate, Newham

E8: Dalston, Hackney

E9: Hackney Marshes, Hackney Wick, Homerton, South Hackney

E10: Lea Bridge, Leyton, Waltham Forest

E11: Cann Hall, Leytonstone, Snaresbrook, Wanstead, Redbridge

E12: Little Ilford, Manor Park, Newham

E13: Plaistow, West Ham, Upton Park, Newham

E14: Blackwall, Cubitt Town, Isle of Dogs, Millwall, Poplar, 

E15: Leyton, Waltham Forest, Maryland, Stratford, Newham

E16: Beckton, Canning Town, Custom House, Silvertown, 

E17: Upper Walthamstow, Walthamstow, Walthamstow Village, 

E18: South Woodford, Woodford, Redbridge

AREAS WE COVER - ESSEX

GAS ENGINEERS & GAS FITTERS IN ESSEX

IG4: Redbridge

IG5: Clayhall

IG6: Barkingside, Fullwell Cross, Hainault, Fairlop

IG7: Chigwell, Chigwell Row, Hainault 

IG8: Woodford Green, Woodford Bridge, Highams Park

IG9: Buckhurst Hill

IG10: Loughton, High Beach, Debden

RM1: Romford, Rise Park

RM2: Gidea Park, Heath Park

RM3: Harold Wood, Harold Hill,  Noak Hill, Harold Park

RM4: Abridge, Stapleford Abbotts, Noak Hill

RM5: Collier Row

CM5: Ongar, Chipping Ongar, High Ongar

CM15: Brentwood, Kelvedon Hatch, 

CM16: Epping, Theydon Bois, North Weald

CM17: Old Harlow, Matching Tye, Matching Green, 

CM18: Harlow

CM19: Harlow, Roydon

CM20: Harlow, Gilston