007860 109655    rhgas@hotmail.com.
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The complete gas heating service

RH Gas Service is the complete service.

We service. maintain and install most gas systems and can advise on Vented hot water (gravity fed system fed from tank in loft; open to atmosphere) and Unvented system (mains pressure systems providing greater pressures than a gravity fed system, offering excellent performance for showers and larger homes).

For new bolier installations, I recommend Baxi and Ideal.

Safety first!

And that's not all. I can install and service most major brands of natural gas cookers and applicances and provide Landlord Gas Safety Checks and certification when required.

I can understake gas safety checks such as a Combustion Analysis to check that your boiler is running safely( normally performed during a service or gas safety inspection).

If you need heating repair or a gas maintenance service then contact R H Gas Service. I work flexible hours to and can call when it suits you.

Why not contact me today? My phone numbers are 01905 619406 or 07860 109655

My email address is rhgas@hotmail.com.

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Do you need a Powerflush?

A powerflush is a cleansing process which aims to remove deposits of sludge, rust and any other debris from your central heating system. These contaminants, if left, can seriously affect the efficiency of a heating system and in severe cases a powerflush is the only option available.

Signs that you might need a powerflush There are a number of signs to look for before deciding to go ahead with the powerflush process. These include cold areas on radiators, excessive noise from the boiler or the heating system pump, discoloured water when you bleed the radiators and the slow warming of the heating system.

You might also notice the tap water getting cloudy, especially if there is a build up of limescale as well. It is also recommended that the powerflush process is carried out if you intend to connect a new boiler replacement to an old heating system. This is because most new boilers are condensing boilers and any contaminants already present in the heating system can quickly damage the internal pipe work of the new boiler.