Boiler Repairs Didsbury, South Manchester and Stockport   

APPOINTMENTS AVAILABLE 08:00 – 20:30 
We repair most brands of boiler including Worcester, Baxi, Vaillant, Main, Potterton, Heatline, Ravenheat, Ideal, Viessman, Alpha, Ariston,Ferroli, Intergas, Vokera, Glowworm and others. 
 
We cover Didsbury, Fallowfield, Withington, Chorlton, Whalley Range, Hulme, Heaton Moor, Heaton Mersey, Heaton Chapel, Sale, Stockport, Wythenshaw, Cheadle, Cheadle Hulme, Timperley, Altrincham, Hale, Levenshulme, Longsight, Rusholme, Old Trafford, Trafford Park, Heald Green, Bramhall, Reddish, Gorton, Gatley, Stretford, Burnage, Denton . 
 
We have a fixed labour fee and any parts fitted come with a 1 year guarantee. 

Common repairs/faults repaired include: 

Heating Ok but No hot water 
Hot water OK but No heating 
No power at boiler display 
Boiler noisy 
Boiler leaking water 
No boiler ignition 
No hot water or heating 
Blowing fuses 
Constantly topping up boiler pressure 
Poor hot water flow 
Boiler fault codes/lockouts appearing 

Low boiler pressure 

A common fault with boilers that use a sealed system such as combi boilers is low pressure. Your combi boiler will require the pressure topping up from time to time (although if you are doing this a lot you have a problem). If you consult your boiler manual it will tell you how to do this (the pressure should be usually between 1 -2 bar). Most boiler manufactures’ boiler manuals can be downloaded. You will need your model number. This is usually on the front of the boiler or on a label visible if you open the front panel where the controls are. 
 
Boilers can be topped up with either an external filling loop (as shown in the picture Titled "External filling loop", turn the black tap and water enters the system) or with and internal filling loop. 
 
External Filling Loop 

Internal Filling Loops 

An example for a Viallant boiler internal filling loop is given here 
 
If your boiler displays a fault code please try make a note of this as well as your boiler make and model before making an appointment as this will allow for a more efficient repair process. However don’t worry if you can’t find your model number as these are not always easily found. 
 
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