Your boiler aids in the smooth functioning of the heating and hot water, influencing your level of comfort. Because of its significance, it's essential that your heating system is maintained in peak working order to satisfy your need and requirements.
Knowing how long your boiler will last and recognising when it's time for a replacement is an important part of caring for it. In this blog, we go through how long you should expect your boiler to last and what you can do to increase its life expectancy.
How long does a boiler last?
A boiler's typical life expectancy is between 10 and 15 years. This is heavily dependent on the make and model of boiler you choose from. To keep your boiler running for as long as possible, you should make sure it is regularly maintained. We've listed a few things you can do to extend the life of your boiler below:
How do I increase the life of my boiler?
Invest in a reliable system
Choose a boiler that has been designed to be dependable and efficient. You don't want a heating system that is constantly breaking down. We install boiler systems from many big manufacturers, such as ATAG.
Ensure all work is carried out by a Gas Safe registered engineer
Conducting gas work on equipment such as boilers by someone who is not certified and competent is prohibited, not to mention hazardous. By hiring the assistance of a trained expert, you may extend the life of your boiler by avoiding any mistakes that might result in an early replacement.
Get it serviced annually
We cannot recommend this enough as it maintains and increases the lifespan of your boiler. When you get your boiler serviced, it also helps detect any issues with it, preventing chances of it breaking down on you. At J M Plumbing & Heating, we offer boiler servicing in Birmingham Solihull, Redditch and Bromsgrove.
Find out more
Get in touch with our gas engineers throughout Birmingham, Solihull, Redditch and Bromsgrove by calling us on 07817 927067 and we will be happy to help.