Help from a top-quality central heating engineer in Blackrod will keep your office, home or school cosy this winter. At M&R Plumbing & Heating, our team of highly trained, experienced and reliable technicians can give you the right advice and assistance. With winter here, it’s crucial to get your heating systems in apple-pie order. Otherwise you could face inconvenience, discomfort and ill health. In fact, the best time to start looking for a trustworthy service is when you don’t really need one. This allows you the time, leisure and patience to sift through the scores of available services and find the one that best meets your expectations. We offer a comprehensive range of heating, plumbing services, boiler repairs and servicing and maintenance services to both domestic and commercial clients. Our company has several accreditations: our engineers are all on the Gas Safe Register, we are Worcester accredited installers for the Worcester Bosch group, we are members of the Chartered Institute of Plumbing and Heating Engineering.
For our clients in Blackrod, central-heating engineer services can be tailored to meet your unique needs, preferences and budget. No matter how big or small the project, we are glad to be of help. We also offer attractive Care and Cover Agreements to homeowners and landlords. Such contracts ensure the safety and security of your premises and the occupants, by keeping the heating/plumbing equipment in perfect condition. We undertake all repairs and servicing at competitive rates, in compliance with the highest international standards. Keeping the system in peak condition ensures that it lasts longer, requires minimum maintenance and performs at optimum levels.
A central-heating engineer in Blackrod can ensure that smoke and toxic emissions don’t compromise your health and safety. Contact us when you need a central-heating engineer. Our engineer can also set the temperature and thermostat according to your requirements. Some people require the interiors to be heated even when there’s no one home while for others, cost-savings is more important. Freezing temperatures can cause pipes to sag and sometimes they may burst. The radiators have to be checked regularly for leakages or cracks. Boiler pressure is another issue that users have to be warned about.