October 15th Is The Turning Date For A Heating Engineers Workload According To Boilerguide

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Boilerguide, the UK's leading online resource for homeowners and heating engineers regarding all boiler related issues, has indicated that Heating Engineers across the country are likely to find themselves inundated with maintenance requests as of mid October.

A routine check is all that is needed to avoid encountering these issues and therefore a homeowner's piece of mind is restored over the winter period

Boilerguide, the UK's leading online resource for homeowners and heating engineers regarding all boiler related issues, has indicated that Heating Engineers across the country are likely to find themselves inundated with maintenance requests as of mid October.

The month of October encompasses the transition from autumn to winter, and the colder temperatures are a major factor in the reliability of boiler systems. Many homeowners make the decision to pay for a boiler service before the winter closes in so that any risks or consequences of a boiler breaking down over the winter are avoided.

The summer often presents a period of inactivity for boilers, as the warmer weather means that they are needed a lot less frequently. As a result of this inactivity homeowners can encounter problems with gas and oil condensing boilers in the opening few weeks of the winter period. A service in the autumn is a good way of ensuring that a boiler up to scratch when coping with extensive use on a regular basis.

David Holmes, Founder of Boilerguide, commented: "Homeowners are advised to have their boilers serviced shortly before the winter, as any problems that may arise from a boiler problem are likely to cause significant inconvenience not to mention discomfort if a home is left without heating and hot water as a result.

"A routine check is all that is needed to avoid encountering these issues and therefore a homeowner's piece of mind is restored over the winter period".

Boilerguide hosts Gas Safe and OFTEC registered Heating Engineers from all over the United Kingdom. Homeowners can search for a heating engineer in their vicinity, and receive quotes for the work that they need to be completed.

A listing on the website is free to all Engineers with Boilerguide only charging its users for successful leads generated. Engineers can receive alerts for leads via text message or email, ensuring that they are well informed and don't miss a lead opportunity.

Boilerguide also has a range or pages on its website dedicated to informing homeowners on the needs of their central heating system, with articles on specific topics such as gas boiler services and boiler replacement.

For more information, please visit boilerguide.co.uk.

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