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Fixed Price Boiler Repair for £125

Includes year-long peace of mind

Take out our Platinum Care Plan and take advantage of our fixed price repair offer with:

  • No call-out charge or replacement parts to pay for
  • 24-hour repair and 95% first-time fix rate 
  • Annual service included
  • £500 towards a new boiler
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Why get your repair with us?

95% first-time fix rate

Just one hour is usually all our engineers need to get the job done.

Fast response

We won’t keep you waiting in an emergency and can be with you within 24 hours.

Quick and Easy Booking

Call us, chat online, or fill out our online form. Whatever works for you, we’re here to help.

Qualified engineers

Our friendly Gas Safe Engineers will do a quality job with no fuss and will answer any questions you have.

Choose our Fixed Price Boiler Repair

Pay a fixed price repair of just £125 – however big the job. You'll then be automatically signed up to our comprehensive 12-month Platinum Care Plan, protecting your entire central heating system for just £19 a month.

This includes labour charges and any replacement parts required - you'll be completely protected against any future heating issues.

Choose fixed price repair

Or choose our standard boiler repair

Go for our standard boiler repair of £80 for the first hour of labour, which drops to £50 per hour for any additional hours needed.

However, this does not include any replacement parts required, which will be charged at the RRP, and doesn’t protect you against any future heating issues.

Choose standard repair

Our Fix Price Repair helps towards a new boiler

When you purchase our platinum plan we’ll contribute £500 towards a new boiler when the time comes to replace your current one.

It’s one of the many advantages of the Platinum Care Plan, which also includes:

  • Complete cover for your entire heating system
  • Unlimited free call outs
  • All parts and labour included with no excess
  • Repairs to your heating system
    (Includes boiler, pumps, motorised valves, radiators, pipes, fittings, hot water feed and expansion tank)
  • Annual booker service

…and all this for just £19 a month!

FAQ's

We recommend replacing your boiler when it's over 10-15 years old, as the cost of repairs for an old boiler will only increase over time. But, it all depends on how old, efficient and reliable your current boiler is.

We've discussed this in detail on our repair or replace advice guide.  

 

Boilers are generally great are their job but like us, they do have off days which can cause an array of issues such as leaking or dripping, low boiler pressure or no heating/hot water. We've compiled a list of the most common boiler faults and information about them. 

No, you need to be Gas Safe Registered to legally work on gas appliances. 

There are small fixes you can do to your boiler, such as topping up the boiler pressure but any major fixes should be left with the professionals - if you're not qualified and work with gas you could cause carbon monoxide poisoning

If your boiler is broken or needs to be repaired then a boiler service will only highlight that fact. We'd always recommend having your boiler fixed before you even think about getting a boiler service. 

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Do you offer emergency boiler repair?

We know a boiler always breaks when you least expect it, which is exactly why we offer emergency boiler repair - we do this for anyone who doesn't have heating or hot water in their home. Our team of local Gas Safe registered engineers can be with you within 24 hours for any emergency repairs.

If you've ever caught with heating issues, here's what we'd recommend you do in an emergency

When to get your boiler repaired?

Stop using your boiler and get it checked as soon as possible if:

  • You see a yellow flame
  • There are odd smells when the boiler is running
  • You notice general wear and tear
  • There’s leaking from the unit
  • Radiators take a long time to heat up
  • The boiler or system are noisy
  • Bills are increasing
  • It needs repairing frequently

Should you repair or replace your boiler?

If you’re moving home, you might think a repair is a better option but it’s still a gamble as something else could fail down the line.

An inefficient central heating system is likely to be picked up on a survey by prospective buyers so it’s better to replace it before you put the house on the market and cover the installation cost in your house price. Similarly, with renting, you’re more likely to attract and retain tenants with a reliable up-to-date boiler.

If you want to keep your boiler in tip-top condition for longer, an annual service is the way to go - it’s like getting an MOT for your car.

Visit our advice centre for more information on replacing your boiler.

Get boiler breakdown cover

For those of you who want to look after your system, you can always get a cover plan to protect your central heating against any unforeseen and potentially expensive repairs.

Choose from one of our all-inclusive care plans and you'll never have to sit in the cold again - plus, every care plan comes with a free annual boiler service!

Apply for boiler cover

Can an old boiler be repaired?

Yes, an old boiler can absolutely be repaired - the only downside is the price.

The cost of fixing it depends on what the issue is and if you need a spare part. For a 10-year-old unit, it's generally harder to come by high-quality parts, which means finding and buying them can cost a lot more.

We recommend replacing your boiler when it's 10-15 years old, as the cost of repairs will only increase over time.

We offer brand new A-rated energy-efficient boilers at an incredibly affordable price - feel free to get an instant online quote that's personalised for you and your home. 


Need to know more about boiler repairs?

Learn more with our guides to taking care of your central heating system:

If you need any other help then check out our advice centre with a tonne of free self-help guides.

Call 0800 111 999 if you can smell gas and can’t find an immediate source

This will call the National Grid gas emergency line.