If you are in need of a boiler, we provide a quick, reliable and trustworthy boiler installation service, anywhere in Staffordshire
It can be complex trying to organise every aspect of a boiler installation yourself, but with us you don’t need to worry! Our team of fully trained engineers are more than ready to get you up and running. We provide boiler installation anywhere in Staffordshire – just give us the location and the details and we will get out to you and install a new, state-of-the-art boiler. We care about providing affordable boiler services and installation across London, that’s why you need us!
Viessmann Boiler installations
Make yourself comfortable
with the UK’s most reliable boilers
- Compact design and low weight
- Quiet operation thanks to low fan speed
- Available in outputs from 4.7 to 35 kW
- High quality stainless steel Inox-Radial heat exchanger
- Up to 94% of the fuel used is converted into heat
- Class A rated for energy efficiency
- Low CO2 emissions for reduced environmental impact
- User friendly Backlit LCD Touch screen for easy operation
- Up to 12 year extended warranty available
Main Boiler installations
Main Heating’s tried and tested technology, comes from their parent company Baxi, And shares the majority of its components.This boiler is cupboard-fit, lightweight, compatible with any modern smart thermostat and has a five year warranty
- 5-years parts and labour warranty
- Boiler Plus compliant
- Energy Saving Trust Endorsed
- Compact cupboard fit
- Brass hydraulics block
- Top central flue
- Rigid filling link
Lets talk Boiler Controls
These measure the temperature, either internally or externally, and delay switching on the central heating on milder days. (comes as standard on all Viessmann boilers)
Smart Heating Controls
With smartphones and tablets, it is now possible to control your heating system with a software application or ‘app’. These new apps allow you to turn your heating and hot water on and off or adjust the temperature from wherever you are, as long as you can connect to the internet.
There are advantages to being able to control your heating while you’re out. For example, your heating may be scheduled to come on at 5.30pm. But if you were unexpectedly delayed in getting home, you could use the app on your phone to tell the heating to come on later, saving you money on heating the house unnecessarily.
Some apps go further and will use the GPS technology in your smartphone to automatically increase the heating as you get closer to your home or decrease it as you leave home. Family members or housemates can be added to your account and the app will monitor who is coming home first or who is last to leave. Some apps will control the heating depending on the current weather forecast – for example, the app will reduce the temperature setting if the forecast is for unseasonably warm weather.
Thermostatic radiator valves
Thermostatic Radiator Valves allow you to control the temperature of a room by regulating the flow of water through the radiator.
If, for example, during the day you spend most of the time downstairs, you could set the TRVs on the downstairs radiators to medium or high, and leave the upstairs radiators on low.
It’s not generally a good idea to turn radiators off completely for weeks or more, because very cold rooms can develop damp and mould. Instead, set the radiators in rooms you’re not using to low, and close the doors so that the heat from your warm rooms doesn’t travel there.
Hot water cylinder thermostats
Hot water tank/cylinder thermostats regulate the temperature of your domestic hot water by switching off the heat supply from your boiler once the set temperature has been reached. They can save you money, and avoid wasting energy by over-heating your water.
If your hot water tank has its own thermostat, set it to around 60°C: hot enough to kill harmful bacteria like legionella, but not so hot that you’re wasting energy. If you find 60°C too hot, mixer taps can help.