If you’re having issues with your heating system you should never attempt boiler repairs yourself. Only use a competent, Gas Safe registered engineer to carry out any work. Professionals understand the dangers involved in gas boiler repair and are trained to anticipate problems as they arise. Using a non-registered engineer may invalidate your warranty, so it’s always best to play it safe.
We carry out repairs on Gas Boilers, Radiators, Pipework, Hot water Cylinders, Megaflows, water leaks and gas leaks. My 12/13 years at British gas has given me a wealth of experience from working on and repairing a vast amount of boilers day after day all a mixture of different boiler manufactures and models.
8 out of 10 breakdowns I attend I fix on the first visit. I carry common parts on my van and use a wide range of diagnostic equipment.
We Install, Repair and service Megaflow systems. Again it is crucial to get a competent and experienced engineer in to install and or replace one. They can become dangerous if not installed correctly. And in order for them to work correctly and supply the volume of water they are designed to deliver it is more complicated than simply getting a plumber to put one in. The pipe size for the supply, the pressure from the mains, expansion vessels and balancing valves all play a part in the megaflow performance.
Megaflow boilers (also known as unvented hot water cylinders or systems) give you good water pressure throughout your home, regardless of how many taps or showers are running at the same time. This makes them a great choice for large families or shared houses.
Unvented hot water cylinders cost around £400 to £2,000, depending on how much water they're able to store. As a rule of thumb, the more bathrooms you have, the bigger the cylinder you'll need.
Brands like Heatrae Sadia and Worcester Bosch make a range of megaflow systems for domestic properties. Installation costs from £300 up to about £1,000, and must be carried out by engineers like myself with a G3 qualification.
A megaflow boiler sounds exciting and dramatic; an unvented hot water cylinder distinctly less so. Well, they’re the same thing. Designed to provide a good, strong flow of water to every bath, shower and tap in your house, even during the morning rush, megaflow boilers save space by doing away with the large cold water tank in the loft.
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