1. What factors should I consider when choosing a new boiler?
    • Size and heating capacity suitable for your home
    • Energy efficiency rating
    • Type of fuel available and its cost
    • Longevity and reliability of the boiler
    • Budget and installation costs
    • Compatibility with your existing heating system
  2. How do I determine the right size of the boiler for my home?
    • Consult with a heating professional who can calculate the heating requirements based on your home’s size, insulation, and hot water demand.
  3. What are the different types of boilers available?
    • Combi boilers (combination boilers)
    • System boilers
    • Conventional boilers (heat-only or regular boilers)
  4. Which type of fuel is most suitable for my boiler?
    • The choice of fuel depends on availability, cost, and environmental considerations. Options include gas, oil, electric, and biomass.
  5. How energy-efficient should my new boiler be?
    • Look for boilers with a high energy efficiency rating, typically indicated by an ErP (Energy-related Products) label. Aim for an A-rated or above model.
  6. Are there any specific features or technologies I should look for in a boiler?
    • Modulation for improved efficiency
    • Condensing technology for increased energy savings
    • Smart controls for better temperature management and energy monitoring
    • Compatibility with renewable energy systems
  7. What is the expected lifespan of a boiler?
    • The average lifespan of a boiler is around 10 to 15 years. However, regular maintenance can help extend its lifespan.
  8. How much does a new boiler cost?
    • Boiler costs vary depending on the type, size, and brand. It’s recommended to obtain multiple quotes from reputable installers to get accurate pricing.
  9. Are there any government grants or incentives available for boiler replacements?
    • Check with local authorities or energy agencies for possible grants, subsidies, or eco-friendly schemes available in your area.
  10. Do I need to hire a professional installer, or can I install the boiler myself?
    • It is strongly advised to hire a qualified heating engineer or installer who is Gas Safe registered to ensure safe and compliant installation.
  11. What kind of maintenance does a boiler require?
    • Annual servicing by a qualified professional
    • Regular cleaning of components
    • Checking and topping up water pressure
    • Bleeding radiators, if necessary
  12. Will my existing heating system be compatible with a new boiler?
    • In most cases, a new boiler can be compatible with existing heating systems. However, it’s important to consult with an expert to assess compatibility.
  13. How long does it take to install a new boiler?
    • The installation time can vary depending on the complexity of the job. On average, it can take 1-3 days for a professional installer to complete the installation.
  14. Are there any warranties or guarantees offered with the boiler?
    • Most reputable boiler manufacturers offer warranties ranging from 2 to 10 years. Ensure you understand the terms and conditions of the warranty before purchasing.
  15. Can I integrate a new boiler with renewable energy systems, such as solar panels?
    • Yes, many boilers can be integrated with renewable energy systems, including solar thermal or heat pump systems. Check for compatibility with the chosen boiler model.
  16. Are there any safety considerations I should be aware of when buying a boiler?
    • Choose a boiler that meets safety standards and carries the necessary certifications.
    • Ensure proper ventilation and carbon monoxide detection in the installation area.
    • Follow all safety guidelines during installation and operation.

The choice of a new kitchen is a hard decision for even the most organised of people. You may prefer traditional, modern or contemporary kitchens but need a little guidance; here at Warmhouse Services Ltd, we can help you decide which kitchen is right for you.

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The design was based on the customers brief to create a larger living space that flowed with a minimal look.

As we were already down to convert the heating system to a combination boiler we decided it was best to move it to another room which gave the customer more storage space. The lobby wall to the bathroom was taken down which really opened up the room giving a more spacious feel.

The design was based on a Benchmarx handless range to create minimum lines and a contemporary finish. The new LED lighting worked well with the white gloss units to make the space appear larger and brighter.



Benchmarx Soho White Gloss

Mineral Stone Worktops

Franke Composite sink

Aquastep Alpine Oak Flooring

Vaillant Ecotec Pro 30 boiler

Starlight LED Downlights

Dulux Diamond Matt Emulsion

Handmade in our local workshop out of moisture resistant MDF these heater covers give a modern contemporary look instantly changing the feel of a room. The covers are hand finished in Dulux paint.

Our brief was to create a practical storage solution for the councillor’s suite in Waltham Abbey Town Hall. Situated in an alcove we hand built the unit at our local workshop in Waltham Abbey. Made out of solid Beech and Beech veneered MDF, the unit consists of pigeon holes for each councillor and storage cupboards underneath. Before installation the units were sprayed with a clear Satin lacquer.

As part of a larger project which also included a garage conversion and kitchen refurbishment. This wetroom was designed by the customer themselves. The brief was to convert the garage to create a living space for an elderly relative which included a front facing bedroom and a separate wetroom.

To create the correct fall in the wetroom floor we formed the outer shape in ply then used a specialist pre formed composite tray which was then covered with Altro flooring.

Contrasting Porcelain tiles were used to give a luxury feel along with Starlight LED lighting.

Here at Warmhouse Service Ltd Waltham Abbey, we are one of the leading plumbing specialists within the area. With a wealth of knowledge and many years of experience in all aspects of plumbing, heating, bathroom and kitchen installation; we  have built up our growing reputation since 1985. Our highly skilled team are fully qualified and Gas Safe engineers that are friendly, helpful and efficient.

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Your bathroom is one of the most heavily used rooms in your home. It is used for the lavatory, cleaning, bathing, grooming and pampering etc. Your bathroom should be a place of relaxation, indulgence and tranquillity; this is why many people are opting for a bathroom refurbishment or upgrade.

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Power flushing is simply a deep cleaning of your central heating system. During a power flush, and cleaning chemicals are pumped through your radiators at high pressure.

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Winter is an expensive time of the year. It is inevitable that colder weather makes us turn on the heating on more frequently.

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