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The operators of a local boiler installation and repair company based in Guildford, Surrey, known as Mulgas, have contacted us today to assist readers in determining if their boiler is going to break down.

In this day and age, where people work from home more than ever before, we use our boilers more frequently and for longer periods of time than we have in previous years. People should keep their boilers checked and serviced, but a Mulgas representative has reached out to us to discuss how readers can identify a potentially malfunctioning boiler.

If there’s no heat within a persons home, then unless it’s switched off then it’s pretty obvious that the boiler isn’t working. This isn’t always a cause for concern and in most cases, can be solved through a simple phone call. If the boiler pressure keeps changing repeatedly, or regularly drops then it could be a sign that a boiler is having problems. If gas bills are higher than usual with no change in usage habits, this is also another sign of an issue. Not got a combi-boiler? Then for gas boilers, the flame could be an indicator of issues, the flame should be burning blue and if it looks yellow or orange then a Gas Safe registered engineer will need to come and look at the boiler in question.

In the long-run, a little maintenance can go an awful long way, and save readers a huge amount on boiler repair bills further down the line. To ensure people are prepared and to avoid waking up to a faulty boiler it is always worth ensuring boilers are fully serviced at least on an annual basis.

For more information about Mulgas and their other boiler repair services that they have available, please visit their website at the following link: https://www.mulgas.co.uk/

Mulgas Ltd
Mulgas Ltd
http://www.mulgas.co.uk

+44-345-460-4800
9D Manor Way

Woking
United Kingdom

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