Oil Boilers Bromley

Oil Boiler Services From Heat-Tec

At Heat-Tec, we are oil boiler experts to choose when choosing a new oil boiler in the Bromley area. With over 10 years of experience, in the plumbing and heating industry, our team are here to help you with all of your high-efficiency boiler needs. From installations to servicing, maintenance to repairs, Heat-Tec have got you covered.

What Are Oil Boilers?

An oil boiler mixes oil from the properties oil supply with air in order to ignite the burner. This then provides heat that goes to the heat exchanger. The heat exchanger, is a tight copper pipe that is exposed to the heat of the flame. This is created by burning the oil and air mixture together. By doing this, the heat exchanger then transfers the heat to the water supply. The heated water will then flow through the pipes and radiators, providing hot water and heating throughout the property.

Why Should I Choose an Oil Boiler?

Oil boilers are ideal for homes that are not connected to main gas supplies. Modern oil boilers can be highly efficient and can expect great results when used. These boilers are also suitable for larger buildings and commercial properties.

How Much Does An Oil Boiler Cost?

We work out a cost with our clients on an individual basis. This gives you the best and most efficient price for your new oil boiler installation. Learn more about Heat-Tec and the team behind out heating and plumbing services by calling our team today.

Oil Boiler Repairs Bromley

If your current boiler needs repair, Heat-Tec’s team are here to help. We have a fully knowledgeable and experienced team here to help you, offering our services to both domestic and commercial customers.

When you are in need of a company that repairs boilers, the Heat Tec team are more than happy to help. We will send one of our Gas Safe registered engineers to diagnose the problem, at a time suitable for you. Heat-Tec will provide you with a high quality and efficient service, working around your needs at a time that suits you. Our boiler experts will do their best to ensure your normal day-to-day routine at home or work isn’t disrupted too much.

Why Choose Heat-Tec?

No matter the problem, Heat-Tec can help. We offer a range of boiler repair services to both domestic and commercial customers. Whether it’s the replacement of an existing boiler or the installation of a brand-new oil boiler, you will receive a high-quality service every time.

As a team of equipped, professional, and reliable boiler engineers in Bromley, we are here to take charge of all your boiler needs. From servicing to repairs, installations to maintenance, Heat-Tec are at your call to deal with any of your heating and plumbing requirements.

Call Us For Oil Boilers In Bromley Today

Call us at Heat-Tec today to have your new oil boiler installed by a reliable, reputable, and professional team. We will work with you to find the best day and time to install your new boiler in your Bromley based home.

Contact us today and don’t miss out!

We also offer oil boilers throughout Croydon, Mitcham, West Wickham, Caterham, Sevenoaks, Orpington and Beckenham.

We Provide Oil Boilers In Bromley

Frequently Asked Questions

How Does An Oil Boiler Work?

An oil boiler mixes oil from the oil supply in the property, with air to ignite the burner that provides heat to the heat exchanger. The heat exchanger is a tightly coiled copper pipe that is exposed to the heat of the flame created by burning the oil and air mixture. The heat exchanger then transfers heat to the water supply.

Should I Turn My Oil Boiler Off When It Is Being Filled?

Yes, it is recommended to turn your oil boilers off when they are being filled and to leave it off for a short period afterwards, of up to 30 minutes. This will ensure that any sediment that has settled on the base of your tank is not stirred up and drawn into your fuel line.

What Can Cause An Oil Boilers Burner To Lockout?

A burner lockout could be as a result of no oil or a leak in the pipeline. Another cause of a burner lockout is from contaminated oil. The contamination could be from: water ingress into the tank from a missing cover, a damaged tank from condensation or sludge (this can occur due to the growth of micro-organisms at the water fuel interface in the tank or rust from a metal oil tank corroding.