There’s nothing like getting home from work on a cold winter’s day after being wrapped up from head to toe in a woolly hat, long scarf, heavy coat, thick socks, and knee length boots and then stepping into your warm and cosy hallway. Immediately your whole day is brighter, and you feel happier as the glow from your previously cold cheeks is echoed in the glow of the coal effect gas fire in the sitting room. Each room you pass through to get to the kitchen, to make yourself a hot cup of tea, is warm and so you take off your boots and let your feet slide into a pair of fluffy pink slippers. The tap water is piping hot and the bathroom cosy for you to take a lovely hot shower before popping on your favourite pair of Christmas pyjamas and dressing gown.
Thank goodness you had the forethought to have your boiler and central heating system serviced before the cold weather kicked in! With new Copper Pipe Fittings supplied by a professional company such as watkinspowis.co.uk and your boiler working like new you have complete peace of mind that your home will be warm and cosy all over the winter. Houses of all shapes and sizes can be kept warm with an A rated gas boiler and central heating system. As long as you have the radiators, pipework and boiler fitted, checked, and serviced by a fully qualified gas engineer every year you shouldn’t have any expensive repairs to worry about.
Of course, things sometimes do go wrong, and your water pressure may drop, or a radiator may not get as hot as it should, it’s in these circumstances that you need to call out your fully qualified gas engineer to check your central heating system properly. Lots of families who rely on their central heating systems have an insurance plan in place so that if anything does go wrong then a qualified engineer will call and fix the problem quickly. Without central heating you may have to rely on electric fan heaters or night storage heating to keep your house warm, this can prove costly especially this year, when gas and electricity suppliers are having to put their prices up and the forecast is for even more price rises in the future.