Central Heating

There’s nothing worse than waking up on a frosty winters morning to find that your boiler has broken down. Jumping into a freezing shower and having a cold home is the last thing you need – especially in the winter months!

28th December 2018

If you are planning to move house soon, then checking the condition and quality of your new home’s boiler should be top of your to-do-list. Many of us may forget about these vital checks or expect them to be part of the home survey report, however this is not always the case. Failing to check your new home’s boiler could lead to unexpected, hefty bills as soon as you move in.

27th September 2018

On the surface, choosing a vertical radiator over a horizontal may appear to be a decision with few implications. But the choice can bring a handful of unique obstacles you’ll have to climb over in order to fit your stylish new appliance.

15th August 2018

So, your boiler has broken down or is on its last legs, and it’s time to replace it. But realising you need a new boiler is only the first step in your decision-making process.

20th March 2018

When the time for your boiler service comes around, it may be tempting to put it off or even to ignore the matter completely. Your boiler still seems to be in working order, so why pay for someone to look at it and tell you it’s fine?

27th February 2018

At M Wilson Plumbing we love being able to fix our customers' problems - and a broken boiler is a big problem to have, especially in winter. Sometimes a problem with your boiler can be repaired, but if the boiler is old, inefficient and costing you more money in repairs and energy bills than it used to – it may be time for a new boiler.

30th January 2018

It might seem like your boiler doesn’t get much use in the summer compared to winter, but that isn’t necessarily true.

15th August 2017

With the kids off school, the weather looking great (some days, at least) and the seaside calling to you, your boiler is probably the last thing on your mind.

24th July 2017

Condensing boilers are highly efficient, safer than non-condensing boilers, and they could save you money on your heating bills. But what is the difference between condensing and non-condensing boilers, and what do you need to know when choosing a new boiler for your home?

How do condensing boilers work?

12th May 2017

The Nest Learning Thermostat automatically programmes itself, saves you energy, and can be controlled by your mobile phone. The 3rd-gen model features hot water control and a big display.

15th February 2017

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