Gas Central Heating Cost:

Chester Gas Central Heating Cost
We are often asked "How much does central heating cost?"

Gas central heating costs vary enormously, and depend on each individual situation. The cost of central heating is a large outlay, and it is important to get it right.

At Chester Gas, when we give a quote, it is based on a survey and a discussion with you, and it will include everything that your system needs to work efficiently and effectively, including system cleaning, thermostatic radiator valves as required, timers and thermostats.

Contact us now to arrange a no-obligation survey and quote.

When you get a quote from any installer, there are a number of questions that you should ask:
What make of boiler will you install?
-- How reliable is it?
-- How expensive are the boiler spare parts?
-- What is the system cleaning and flushing procedure?
-- When will I get my Benchmark and Building Control certificates?
-- What controls will I have with the system?
-- How long will the installation take?
-- Does the installer have Building Regulations Part L energy efficiency certification?

From a full system, to a new boiler or replacement radiators, you can trust Chester Gas to help you. We always aim to give a top quality, value for money service, but never compromise on quality.

Our prices include full system cleaning and flushing, and follow the boiler manufacturer's commissioning process.

Browse our site to find out all you need to know about gas central heating, including information about central heating types, costs and installation of new gas heating, as well as options to improve or repair existing gas central heating systems.

Contact us now for more information.


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01244 478 479

email: info@chester-gas.co.uk
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"Every year around 15 people die from Carbon Monoxide poisoning caused by gas appliances and flues that have not been properly installed, maintained, or that are poorly ventilated"

"ALL gas consumers are advised by the government to have appliances checked for safety at least every 12 months by a Gas Safe registered engineer"

SOURCE - HSE website www.hse.gov.uk