When to Get a New Boiler Serviced For The First Time

If you have a new boiler, there will come a time when you need to schedule its first service. But when is that exactly? And what does the service entail? In this blog post, we will answer those questions and provide some additional information about getting your new boiler serviced.

Most manufacturers will recommend that you have your new boiler serviced within the first year of installation. This is because it is during this time when your boiler is most likely to develop any issues. By getting it serviced early on, you can catch any problems before they become serious and expensive to repair.

During a service, a qualified technician will inspect your boiler for signs of wear and tear along with various tests and checks to make sure that your current system is functioning to its best potential. This helps to ensure that your boiler runs efficiently and safely and we can identify any boiler faults, gas or water leaks. It also allows the technician to identify any potential issues early on so they can be fixed before they cause any damage or pose a safety risk.The boiler is analysed and checked to make sure all readings are within the manufacturers parameters, and a service engineer will also test your flue for noxious or dangerous fumes that could potentially harm you or your family. If we detect anything, we will let you know so you can decide what to do next. The service / safety check MUST be carried out by a professional Gas Safe Engineer.

While you may be tempted to put off having your new boiler serviced, it is really in your best interest to have it done as soon as possible. By doing so, you can avoid any expensive repairs down the line and keep your boiler running safely and efficiently.

If you’re interested in learning more about boiler servicing, we recommend speaking to a professional who can help you make an informed decision about whether or not it’s right for you. Give us a call on 0113 320 6600 or drop us an email at services@mckplumbingandheating.com. Thanks for reading!

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