Your oil boiler is an integral part of every home, powering both central heating and hot water. Preventing problems with your boiler is therefore key to avoiding any unnecessary disturbances to your daily routine. A yearly Oil Boiler service can not only stop your family from being at risk from harmful gases but can also […]
The Law on your Unvented Cylinders To work on or install an Unvented Cylinders in the Uk, The engineer must be trained and hold a competent persons certificate (G3 Vented and Unvented Systems). All Unvented cylinders must also be notified to the local building control Here at JAS Plumbing & Heating we hold this certificate and […]
Is your central heating system suffering from irregular noises, erratic timing or general poor heating performance? Are radiators heating up in some areas, but not others? Or just in some rooms but not all of them? Or is it just a case of the programmer never seeming to do as it’s asked? If any of […]
How do I know if i need a power flush? You may need a power flush if you notice that you have cold radiators and that your boiler seems to be working overtime! This is a common problem that may be caused by rust, lime scale and hydrogen that builds up naturally in your radiators and heating […]
What is a gas safety check? It is a legal requirements that all Gas appliances and pipe work in rented premises have a gas safety check annually, this includes: Check flue terminals Check for gas leaks Check operation of the boiler and look for any faults Ventilation for the appliance Burner pressure Gas rating Safety devices […]
Why choose us?
Whole new plumbing system installed, we have been living here for about a month now and its all working perfectly. After care has been good, Jason will always respond to any queries. Would definitely recommend.
Jason was friendly, thorough and clearly bothered more about doing a good job than disappearing as soon as possible. Based on this afternoon I’d recommend JAS Plumbing and Heating to anyone locally… If all trades were like this things would be a lot simpler. Cheers