Whether you are a homeowner, property manager or landlord now is the time to starting thinking about the health of your boiler.
So what is the condition of your heating system?
Did you know over 50% of domestic boiler breakdowns occur between November and February, so consumers need to plan ahead to ensure that their heating systems are ready for the cold weather.
For boilers that are already suffering from wear and tear, the increased strain of daily use can cause components to fail and breakdown.
The warning came from consumer advice firm, The Heating Hub.
Jo Alsop, founder of The Heating Hub, said: “It’s no great surprise that boiler breakdowns rise during the winter months when we rely on our heating systems more frequently, but faulty boilers can leave households without heating or hot water when they need it most.
Most people are also spending much more time at home now due to lockdown and this in turns puts extra strain on the hating and hot water systems.
Boilers can be repaired of course but the inconvenience of having no heating or hot water for a few days, especially during a cold snap could cause all manner of problems. For you as a homeowner or landlord and of course to any tenants.
Regularly servicing or managing your boiler can save all manner of costs from spiralling. New boilers are expensive though that investment could be worth it if you could consider the scenario of the damage burst pipes can cause a property – commercial of domestic.
Don’t forget winter proofing your property all round. We have had our first cold snap of the year but post December the cold weather will move in as usual.
If you would like to hear more about our property maintenance services call one of the friendly team today. We can take care of your property so you can relax and enjoy the festive season.