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>>>https://cb-heat.co.uk/plumbing-and-heating-engineer-signup/ <<< Four reasons to get your gas boiler serviced annually with using CB Heat 1. Keep your household secure from carbon monoxide poisoning A badly maintained central heating boiler can leakage carbon monoxide right into your home, bring about frustrations, lightheadedness, and also death. Carbon monoxide gas is colourless and odorless so it can poison you without you also knowing. 2. Save money on your gas expense Clients are often surprised how much hotter their radiators are and how much money they minimize gas expenses after a full system service-- particularly for combination central heating boilers! This is because the service removes sludge and corrosion from the radiator and central heating boiler, to make sure that the hot water can move via the system a lot more efficiently. 3. Stop your central heating boiler service warranty from running out prematurely The majority of central heating boiler service warranties have " fine print" claiming that the service warranty is invalid unless the central heating boiler is serviced yearly. We offer you a full created document of the service to make sure that you can verify to the central heating boiler maker that your central heating boiler has been serviced, and obtain your central heating boiler repaired free of cost if it breaks down throughout the service warranty duration. 4. Stay clear of pricey central heating boiler malfunction and fixings It's much cheaper to pay tiny service expenses annually than a significant repair service expense when your central heating boiler breaks down. You would not allow your auto opt for 4 years without a service or oil adjustment, so why would you do it with your central heating boiler?