Gas Services

Just like a car, a boiler needs to be well maintained to keep it operating at its best. Although modern boilers are generally reliable, how well they perform ultimately depends on how well they are looked after.

Gas services I provide:

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    Servicing of Gas and LPG boilers

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    Specialist fault finding, diagnosis and repair of boilers, appliances and heating controls

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    Servicing of Gas Cookers, Gas Fires and Gas Hobs

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    Central heating maintenance and repair, including pumps, valves and controls

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    Landlords Gas Safety Records, also known as CP12’s

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    Power flushing of heating systems, this removes sludge, dirt and blockages and improves the performance of the heating system. This is also a recommended when replacing a boiler to comply with manufacturers’ instructions and BS 7593



Specific appointment times can be provided to suit you, so you do not have to spend time waiting in all day.


I provide an "annual service reminder scheme" for your peace of mind.

All About Boiler Servicing

What will White Horse Boiler Services do during the service?

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    Gas pressure checks to ensure the boiler is operating at the correct gas pressure

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    A flue test to ensure there are no unsafe emissions from your boiler

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    Inspect and test your boiler and controls to make sure they are operating safely

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    Visually inspect the boiler to check for corrosion and leaks

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    Leave you with a checklist and report containing all the information about the works carried out

Annual Servicing
An annual service helps ensure that your boiler is running as efficiently and safely as possible.

Regular servicing as a preventative measure
One of the best ways to ensure that your boiler is there for you when you need it  most is to ensure that it undergoes regular servicing. This can go a long way to keeping it in good working order all year round.

Regular services will ensure that your boiler is working safely, as well as effectively. The peace of mind that comes with the knowledge that your boiler is safe is always well worth the price of a service.  

Regular servicing for safety
Carbon monoxide poisoning can be fatal and is caused by faulty or poorly maintained appliances. It is vital that you get your boiler and gas appliances inspected and serviced regularly to make sure they are working as safely and efficiently as possible.

Regular servicing to maintain efficiency
Carrying out boiler servicing is also a great way of making sure that your boiler is running as efficiently as possible. A boiler which isn’t working to full efficiency is sure to be costing you money on your fuel bill, so it’s likely that the cost of a service will be quickly offset.


Gas Safe Registered - 557930

Gas Safe Register is the official gas safety organisation in the UK, replacing CORGI on 1st April 2009. Gas Safe Register is responsible for the registration and regulation of gas engineers. Membership is mandatory for any company or engineer working with gas appliances.

Only use a Gas Safe Registered engineer to fit, fix or service your gas appliances.

You can find or check a Gas Safe Registered engineer by visiting: 

Always check the engineer’s Gas Safe Register ID card.

Check the engineer is qualified for the work you need doing - you can find this information on the back of their ID card, on the website or by calling Gas Safe.

Get your gas appliances regularly serviced according to the manufacturer's instructions and safety checked once a year.

The poisonous gas Carbon Monoxide cannot be seen and has no smell. Fit an audible carbon monoxide alarm.


Carbon monoxide poisoning can be fatal and is caused by faulty or poorly maintained appliances.

Check for warning signs, e.g lazy yellow flames, black marks or stains around the appliance and too much condensation in the room.

Remember the six signs and symptoms of carbon monoxide::

  • Headaches
  • Dizziness
  • Nausea
  • Breathlessness
  • Collapse
  • Loss of consciousness

If you smell gas or think there might be a gas leak or leak of fumes, do the following:

  • Turn off the gas at the meter
  • Put out naked flames
  • Do not use electrical devices
  • Open windows
  • Immediately call the gas emergency number 0800 111 999
  • Seek medical advice if you feel unwell

Please contact me on:
07747 018372
if you would like help or advice

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