Gas Heating Repair

Gas heating repairs are a professional service that we offer to homeowners in Nottingham. If you’re looking for professional gas heating repair, look no further than our team! We do everything from repairing gas heaters to maintaining them to installing new ones. Our professional gas heating repair services cover all the questions and answers you need about gas heating systems. Plus, we have FAQs and more information available on our website!

Benefits of gas heating repair

The various benefits of repairing your gas heaters include:

– Reduced risk of carbon monoxide poisoning

– Increased comfort by regulating the temperature in your home

– Elimination of dry air that can cause allergies and winter illnesses such as colds, sore throats

Tools we use for gas heating repair

Adjustable Spanners

Adjustable spanners are used for loosening or tightening nuts and bolts.


A blowtorch is an intense flame ignited by pressurized oxygen from tanks when it mixes with fuel such as gasoline, acetylene, propane, butane, etc., at high temperatures to produce its effect on steel or other metals before welding them together. Blowtorches can also be made up of electric coils placed around a nozzle which heats the air so intensely that it boils water almost instantly into steam to remove paint/rusty parts.

Allen Keys

Allen keys are used for loosening or tightening screws, as well as other types of metal fasteners with hexagonal sockets in the head that accept a flat-head screwdriver bit (such as Phillips).

Gas Meter Box Key

Gas meters are where a gas meter box key is needed to turn the supply on and off. A typical magnetized head screwdriver will not work as it doesn’t have enough torque, so we make use of an adjustable spanner or Allen keys.

Jointing Compound/Putty

A jointing compound is used by professional gas heating repairs in Nottingham to seal pipe joints from external sources and leaks that might occur internally.

Pipe Bender

Pipe benders are specially designed tools for professional gas heating repairs who need them when repairing pipes without damaging other areas nearby (e.g., gas lines).

The process we use for gas heating repair

The first thing we do is inspect the system to see what is wrong. We looked for any signs of a leak and tested for carbon monoxide.

If we find an internal leak, professional gas heating repairs in Nottingham usually have it fixed with a jointing compound or putty. If it’s not possible to repair internally, professional gas heating repairs will be required to cut out the damaged section of pipe and replace it with new piping-this can get pretty expensive as many factors may need replacing (e.g., pipes).

Once the source of damage has been repaired, professional gas heating experts go on to inspect all parts of your unit, including control boards, before putting everything back together.

Frequently asked questions

These are some of the questions our clients ask us about our boiler repair services.


How do you maintain a gas heater?

Professional gas heating repairs advise that you have your unit serviced by a professional every year.

How often should you have your gas furnace serviced?

If it’s been more than one year since your last service, professional gas heater repairs in Nottingham will need to inspect and clean out any obstructions from the system as well as replace air filters for best efficiency and safety.

What causes a gas heater to stop working?

Gas heating units cannot operate if they are not receiving a sufficient gas supply. This may be due to the pilot light being extinguished or a faulty thermostat switch.

How much does it cost to repair heating?

Cost of professional services varies depending on location but usually ranges from £150 to £300 per hour.

How long does a furnace control board last?

Professional gas heating repairs in Nottingham will require replacing the unit’s main control box and thermostat after it has been in use for around ten years. Replacement parts can be bought from your local DIY store or online at Gas Safety – Parts Direct!

Why do furnace control boards fail?

Professional gas heater repair services typically find that when the system malfunctions, it’s due to an electrical fault with either the wiring or circuit board of the unit. Over time, these components lose their integrity, so they’re not able to work as intended, which may lead to problems such as no power being supplied by the panel and/or the thermostat.