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Local gas boiler engineer who can quickly and easily upgrade an old conventional boiler with a new combi boiler and issue a gas safety certificate.

No job too small, annual service of a gas boiler or repressurise a combi boiler. Or too big, install a central heating system or find and fix a leak on the boiler.

Domestic gas boiler engineer services include;


  • boiler replacement on all types of boilers including; combi boiler, system boiler, condensing boiler, regular/conventional boiler, this may include swopping like for like or changing the system to a more efficient compact boiler or a bigger boiler able to handle a house extension

Service and repair

  • gas safety certificate, a landlord check to ensure all gas pipes / flue / boiler are safe and leak free
  • annual boiler service, checking for any carbon monoxide leaks and prolonging the lifespan of a boiler
  • replace or repair boiler parts, from faulty diverter valves, to water leaking from the boiler to a malfunctioning circuit board, often a boiler can be repaired or have parts replaced rather than an expense of replacing the entire boiler

So, if you need a gas boiler engineer to service or repair something in your home HaMuch has thousands of friendly, Gas Safe registered professionals ready to help with your leaking pressure relief valve, zone valve no longer directing the flow of water and installing a new energy efficient combi boiler.

'Boiler turns off or cuts out' then find affordable local gas Safe boiler engineers to service your boiler and get your heating and hot water fixed quickly when your boilers not working.

Your gas boiler is a system comparable to the engine of your car. Like your car’s engine, it needs to be serviced once a year to ensure reliability, and optimum energy efficiency. Many homeowners often assume that they can maintain, clean and inspect their heating systems themselves. Yet, especially for safety reasons, you should have your heating system maintained by a specialist heating engineer or gas boiler repair professional.

Heating and boiler engineers are important tradesmen to contact if you want to install a gas boiler or if you have any boiler or central heating problems. While it may be tempting to contact a big company like British Gas for boiler installation, service or repair, a recommended gas boiler expert that’s local to you can often be a more cost-effective option. HaMuch can help you find a local gas boiler service expert that’ll get your job done.

A local boiler or heating engineer can offer to Install, replace or repair components based on what is the best option and value for you...including;

System and Combi Boilers eg. Worcester Bosch, Baxi, Vaillant

Boiler parts eg. Printed Circuit Boards (PCBs), Main and Domestic Heat Exchangers, Diverter Valves, Thermistors

Circulator pumps eg. Grundfos, Wilo, Dab

Magnet filters eg. MagnaClean, Spirotech, Fernox F1

Heating Controls (Programmers, Timers, Thermostats, Thermostatic Radiator Valves or TRVs) eg. Honeywell, Danfoss, Drayton

Why hire a professional gas boiler installation, service and repair engineer near you when you have 'no heating' or 'no hot water'?

Heating engineers specialise in the installation and maintenance of equipment related to heating systems. Some of their duties include the following:

  • Central heating installation and removal: Heating engineers can offer complete installation of central heating for your home. This involves replacing your existing central heating, from lone gas boiler units to full pipework systems. As well as regular or conventional boilers, they can also handle specialised boiler types such as system boilers (which have major heating components built in), combi boilers (which heat water directly from the mains) or condensing boilers (which are designed to be more efficient by recovering wasted heat).
  • Gas boiler service, repair and maintenance: Heating engineers can offer a comprehensive in-depth maintenance and repair service. This includes everything from conducting a gas analysis and testing and adjusting the burner, to boiler and burner cleaning, renewal of parts, setting the flow and boiler temperature, and function-testing the control and safety devices.
  • Assessments and safety inspections: You need a thorough boiler and heating system inspection once a year in order to guarantee that your system is reliable, efficient and performing to standard. A professional heating engineer from a gas boiler service near you will be best qualified to carry out such checks.

Your boiler will need an annual service from a qualified registered heating engineer and other than this, you can make your house cosy and ready for action by running a few simple maintenance jobs.

Servicing a boiler has a number of advantages including prolonging its lifespan, making sure it is operating at its best, meeting the requirements of any warranty, and also making sure that it is not giving off carbon monoxide fumes, which can prove fatal.

Carbon monoxide, which cannot be seen, smelled or tasted, is known as the silent killer. It is caused when a fuel source does not burn fully. As well as regular servicing, it is a good idea to locate a carbon monoxide alarm near a boiler.

New Boiler Options

What is a Combi or Combination Boiler?

A small space saving boiler with everything in the box which provides hot water and heats your home without the need for a water tank in the loft or a hot water cylinder in an airing cupboard freeing up valuable storage areas. Combis can be fuelled by gas, oil or LPG, gas versions are the most common.

Does my home need a Combi Boiler?

Combi boilers are ideal for small homes where space is precious and where you don't use a lot of hot water. If you have several bathrooms, want to fill a child's bath and wash the dishes simultaneosuly, have power showers or generally use lots of hot water then a Combi boiler may not be suitable for you.

How do Combi boilers work?

The main difference of how combination boilers work is how they produce hot water. When a hot tap or shower is turned on mains domestic water flows into the combination boiler and passes through a domestic (plate to plate) heat exchanger. The domestic heat exchanger is heated directly by the system heating water (ie the water that goes through your radiators) coming from the main heat exchanger (above the burner) and then this heat transfers to the clean water passing through the domestic heat exchanger and goes to your taps etc. In this way hot water is produced instantly, the amount of hot water and the temperature will depend on the power rating of the boiler.

What is a System Boiler?

A modern compact boiler, containing a circulator pump and control valves, which works with a separate hot water cylinder, usually a sealed pressurised cylinder, such as a Mega Flow, to give big heating and pressurised hot water out-put. Fed and pressurised by mains water so does not require water and header tanks in the loft.

Does my home need a System Boiler?

If you enjoy a lot of hot water for luxurious showers or have to bathe a busy family plus have the space for a cylinder then a Sytem boiler is the ideal modern efficient neat design for those moving on from a Conventional boiler system (ie cylinder and feed and water tanks in loft).

How do System Boilers work?

System boilers are reasonably compact, burn fuel, usually gas, to heat system water which is pumped out of the boiler and then goes through a motorised valves to either heat a network of radiators and underfloor heating coils or  through the heating coil inside the hot water cylinder. System boilers are modern in design and use flue heat recovery to ensure high efficiency.

What is a Conventional Boiler?

A simple boiler which does not contain a pump of control valves. The pump, control valves will be fitted or may already exist external to the boiler. Hot water will be via a hot water cylinder, probably non pressurised and hopefully indirect (ie not primatic which are rarely seen let alone fitted nowadays). The cyclinder will be filled from a water tank (large) and the heating system will have an header tank (small) with an overflow pipe allowing expansion as heating system gets hot.

Does my home need a Conventional Boiler?

If your heating system is already set up and your boiler is beyond economic repair you can either take the opportunity to up-grade to a system boiler and pressurised hot water cylinder or you can choose the cheaper option of simply replacing your old conventional boiler with something similar.

How do Conventional Boilers work?

Conventional boilers simply heat water and rely on an extenal pump to circulate and external valves to turn on heating and hot water subject to whatever external thermostat, timer, programmer are fitted.

Condensing: Under current Building Regulations all newly installed gas and oil-fired boilers must be Condensing Boilers due to their energy efficiency. They extract a much higher percentage of heat from the fuel being burned, as well as obtaining heat from the flue gases that old-fashioned boilers would have discharged into the atmosphere.

Oil and solid fuel-fired:There are some parts of the country, particularly in rural areas, where there is no gas supply. Therefore boilers fitted in homes in these locations need to use an alternative source of fuel such as oil, wood or coal.

Gas-fired: Gas is the preferred choice for most people when it comes to a boiler. They are more convenient and less time-consuming to operate than solid fuel versions, where you have to have somewhere to store the fuel, unless an automatic hopper is fitted, the fuel has to be manually fed into the boiler and residual ash needs to be regularly cleared away.

A qualified heating engineer will quickly and easily service your boilers to keep them running at the optimum level and head off any problems.

How to find a gas boiler installation and repair service near me?

HaMuch makes it super easy to find local gas boiler installers or specialists in gas boiler repair near you. To find a tradesman near you, follow our simple three-step process:

  1. Post your job: Find your location, either by typing in your postcode or town, or selecting where you are from our extensive list of regions, counties and cities in the UK. We ask you to select your maximum budget, so that you never pay more than what you can afford.
    Post the details of your job and we’ll match you with recommended gas boiler installers and/or repair specialists in your area who are qualified and experienced to do the work.
  2. Get quotes: We’ll send your job listing to heating engineers in your area. We’ll notify you via text when three tradesmen have expressed interest in your job.

  3. Select your tradesman: Review the profiles and experience of the tradesmen interested in working with you. You can use HaMuch to read customer reviews from people just like you, compare rates and see how close they are to you. You can even communicate with tradesmen to discuss the work before making your decision — you’re in complete control!

Our search tools are designed to help you find a tradesman that best suits your needs, budget and location.

You can find specialist local engineers for hot water cylinders and combi boilers or local LPG and oil boiler engineers on HaMuch, and compare both prices and ratings.

Find the best price for your project, click on a trade to get started

Rates for Tradesmen in the UK


Builder: Average Hourly and Daily Rates in the UK (excluding VAT or callout charges). More rates for Builders
Location in UKHourly RateDaily Rate
Crewe & Nantwich£34£201
East Riding£19£152
St Albans£34£227

Carpenter & Joiner

Carpenter & Joiner: Average Hourly and Daily Rates in the UK (excluding VAT or callout charges). More rates for Carpenter & Joiners
Location in UKHourly RateDaily Rate
Vale of White Horse£27£208


Electrician: Average Hourly and Daily Rates in the UK (excluding VAT or callout charges). More rates for Electricians
Location in UKHourly RateDaily Rate
South Bedfordshire£36£240
South Gloucestershire£31£224
Rhondda, Cynon, Taff£32£220
East Ayrshire£28£216
Mid Sussex£40£234


Gardener: Average Hourly and Daily Rates in the UK (excluding VAT or callout charges). More rates for Gardeners
Location in UKHourly RateDaily Rate
East Hertfordshire£24£182
Mid Sussex£37£220


Locksmith: Average Hourly and Daily Rates in the UK (excluding VAT or callout charges). More rates for Locksmiths
Location in UKHourly RateDaily Rate
New Forest£55£182
East Riding£18£145
Wrexham Maelor£50£300
Epping Forest£57£301


Cleaner: Average Hourly and Daily Rates in the UK (excluding VAT or callout charges). More rates for Cleaners
Location in UKHourly RateDaily Rate
New Forest£15£92
St Albans£21£140
North Hertfordshire£28£154
Vale of Glamorgan£12£108
Basingstoke & Deane£17£134

Car Mechanic

Car Mechanic: Average Hourly and Daily Rates in the UK (excluding VAT or callout charges). More rates for Car Mechanics
Location in UKHourly RateDaily Rate
Epping Forest£42£265

Heating Engineer

Heating Engineer: Average Hourly and Daily Rates in the UK (excluding VAT or callout charges). More rates for Heating Engineers
Location in UKHourly RateDaily Rate
East Devon£35£240
Neath Port Talbot£34£219
Milton Keynes£47£267


Plumber: Average Hourly and Daily Rates in the UK (excluding VAT or callout charges). More rates for Plumbers
Location in UKHourly RateDaily Rate
South Bedfordshire£46£254
Neath Port Talbot£34£215

Painter & Decorator

Painter & Decorator: Average Hourly and Daily Rates in the UK (excluding VAT or callout charges). More rates for Painter & Decorators
Location in UKHourly RateDaily Rate
South Lanarkshire£16£149
Suffolk Coastal£20£148
Basingstoke & Deane£28£207
Nuneaton & Bedworth£21£160

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