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A malfunctioning boiler may leave you cold or heat your home poorly, and in some of the worst cases, you even risk carbon monoxide poisoning. That’s why Superior HVAC Service”s best boiler repair service team is ready to have your back on site and at any time of the day or night!

Be it a gas or an electric boiler, our certified and insured engineers have the expertise and equipment to handle the repair quickly, reliably and safely. Whether you need guidance on upgrading your boiler, annual maintenance or emergency repairs, our committed technicians can help take care of your heating system. For decades in the industry, we have gained experience in repairing boilers of many models and brands, so be it a faulty thermostat, a leak, pressure loss or pilot light issues, rest assured that your problem is not new to us. We are on hand 24/7 to deliver emergency boiler repair of the highest quality and keep your home warm!

Professional and efficient combi boiler repair solutions at your disposal

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A combi boiler provides both heating and hot water to your home. In contrast to a conventional unit that stores hot water in a separate tank, it is usually compact, making it ideal for smaller homes. But despite their aesthetic looks and added convenience, combi units are not absolutely resistant to breakdowns. We most often deal with the following issues:

  • Kettling. Combination boilers build up scale just like an electric shower, even with proper maintenance, so descaling combi boiler repair will be a must.
  • Excessive noise and vibration. The main cause of a noisy combi unit is boiling water. However, low water pressure in the system can be another cause. If the noise persists, it is best to contact a heating specialist.
  • Decreased water pressure. Combination boilers have pressurized central heating circuits. This means that a very slow water leak from your heating system will eventually cause the system pressure to drop. While these leaks can be hard to detect and repair for an average homeowner, be sure to seek expert assistance.
  • No hot water. If your combi boiler stops performing its primary function, the cause is usually a damaged airlock, a faulty thermostat, or motorized valves.

Booking professional boiler repair services and replacing the damaged components should solve the problem.

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Unlike conventional or tank units, if the combi boiler fails, both the heating and hot water are usually out of service until it is repaired. The good news is that the Superior HVAC Service team has the experience, skills and up-to-date equipment to handle the job right the first time!

Broken gas boiler repair tips to keep you warm and safe

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Your device has a limited service life, which is often stated in the manual, so even if you keep your boiler in perfect condition, it may still let you down. Let”s explore the most typical boiler breakdowns before you google “boiler repairs near me”:

  • Leaking. This is usually a minor problem caused by surface holes in the piping or by broken seals or valves. However, sometimes a boiler leak can be a sign of a more severe issue, such as extensive corrosion of the heat exchanger or other internal components. You should contact a certified technician to investigate and fix the problem before it grows.
  • The unit won”t turn on. First of all, make sure that the problem is related only to your boiler by checking other appliances in your home. If all of them are working, the reason may be a faulty circuit board which can be easily replaced by our skilled craftsmen.
  • Low pressure. This problem is usually the result of the aforementioned leaks. If you find a leak, do not try to open the boiler yourself, but contact an insured and licensed boiler and heating system repair technician. If there is no obvious leak, you can try to top up the pressure yourself – this is quite easy to do.
  • Insufficient water heating. This could be caused by a faulty thermostat, a defective heat exchanger or a broken diverter valve. A possible solution to the problem is to check if the water from the taps gets hotter. If you find that the radiators work fine, but the water doesn’t heat up when you turn it on, you may need to replace the hot water thermistor.

The only way to find out the exact root of the issue is to have a registered engineer inspect your unit. And if all else fails, you should consider a replacement. Superior HVAC Service offers fast, cost-effective solutions the same day, so by calling us, you can consider your problem solved!