Why you should have boiler cover

June 15, 2020 5:19 pm


Imagine if your boiler broke down this winter. Would you be able to get it repaired quickly or would you be waiting for weeks without heating and hot water? That’s the difference between having and not having boiler cover.

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The good news is that peace of mind is quick and easy to arrange, so you’ll be covered before the cold weather sets in.

Boiler cover means you have access to a registered engineer if the worst happens and your boiler breaks down. This type of cover usually includes an annual service to keep your boiler working efficiently and can cost as little as £10 a month. The level of cover depends on the make, model and age of your boiler. You can also opt to cover other household appliances or your entire central heating system for additional peace of mind.

If your boiler is six years or older, beginning to make strange noises or burning with an orange flame, all may not be well. Boiler insurance is a good back-up plan, though you should have your boiler looked at by a registered professional first.

If it’s beyond economic repair, you may be better having a new boiler installed by a professional Cheltenham Boilers company like  http://www.combi-man.com/ and making sure your new boiler is properly covered. If you rent your property, then your landlord is responsible for any boiler repairs.