Gas Fire Servicing

Gas Servicing


Secure your Gas Service appointment before 31 July 2024 and save big!  You'll save £20 on your gas fire or stove servicing. Save £50 on your gas cooker service. And save a massive £80 on your gas boiler service! Don't miss out - BOOK NOW!

Even if you usually schedule your service later in the year, seize this opportunity now. Book early, save money, and benefit from a thorough safety check by our Gas Safe registered engineers.

Gas Safe Registered

Service Options:

  • Gas Stove/Fire - £90.00 NOW £70.00
  • Gas Boiler - £150.00 NOW £70.00
  • Gas Cooker (Rayburn etc) - £250.00 NOW £200.00

Above prices include vat.
* Additional charges apply for parts and materials.
** Service appointment must be booked & completed before 31 July 2024. 

Gas servicing is a vital part of any home’s maintenance routine. It ensures that your gas appliances are running efficiently and safely, and can identify any potential issues before they become dangerous or expensive to fix. Regular servicing will also help prolong the life of your appliances, making sure you get the most out of them for years to come.

When it comes to gas servicing, there are a few basic steps that should be taken. First, the appliance must be inspected visually to ensure all components are correctly installed and functioning properly. Next, an expert will use specialist tools to test the pressure and heat of your system before carrying out any necessary repairs or adjustments. Finally, they’ll check for any signs of corrosion or leaks and recommend any further action that’s needed.

At the end of a service, you should receive an up-to-date Gas Safety Certificate, confirming that your appliance is safe to use. It’s important to keep this in a safe place so you can refer to it if needed.

Regular gas servicing is essential to ensure that your appliances are running safely and efficiently. Not only does this keep you and your family safe from potential risks such as carbon monoxide poisoning, but it can also help to reduce energy bills and prevent costly repairs in the future. If you’re ever unsure whether or not a service is needed, it’s always best to speak to a qualified gas engineer who can assess the situation and recommend any further action that’s required.