Boiler Servicing and Repairs

Expert Gas Safe registered engineers 

Boiler Servicing

Annual boiler servicing is required to keep your boilers guarantee valid. Without an annual record of service history it invalidates any new boilers guarantee.  

Regular boiler servicing also keeps the boiler working at its optimum efficiency, and ensures all the components are functioning correctly and the appliance is still safe to use. 

The annual checks carried out by our engineers are in accordance with Gas Safe, and the manufacturers specifications. 

Boiler Repairs

If you’re experiencing a boiler breakdown, you’re in the right place.  We are able to repair all major brands of boilers.  We offer a cost effective and fast boiler repair service.  We try and get your boiler fixed within 24 hours of the initial call. 

All our boiler repairs are guaranteed under our 12-month workmanship warranty.


Same Day Emergency Boiler Repairs

We know how inconvenient a broken down boiler can be. It often means no heating or hot water. That’s why at Iguana Heating and Plumbing LTD, we do our very best to get your boiler fixed on the same day.

The most frequent repairs we attend are:

  • Boiler repair engineer required after boiler leaking
  • Water leaking from boiler casing
  • Boiler displaying error or fault codes
  • Heating working but hot water not working
  • Smell of gas – Trace and Repair
  • Banging noises
  • Losing pressure
  • Boiler keeps switching off

If you’re experiencing any problems with your boiler and you’re based in Bridgend or the surrounding area’s, get in touch with us today and we will get an engineer out to you as soon as possible to get your boiler back working.

Why Choose Iguana Heating and Plumbing LTD?

12 Month Warranty on Work

We offer a 12-month warranty on all of our workmanship.

Fully Insured & Accredited

Our engineers are DBS checked and hold all the relevant qualifications for the work they undertake. We are also fully insured for your piece fo mind.

Competitive Pricing - No Callout Charges

We stive to provide the best service possible to our customers, whilst being competitve. Where possible we will do our best to price match like for like quotations.

Gas Safe & WaterSafe Certified

We carry out all our work to the higest of standards, to comply with Gas and Water regulations.

Free Quotations and Advice

We provide transparent quotations with no hidden extra's.

Friendly Customer Service

As a family run company, customer service is our priority. We strive to provide a proffesional yet friendly service to all our clients and customers.

Frequently Asked Broken Boiler Questions

Your boiler may display a fault code for a number of reasons, from lack of pressure to a faulty fan. You can search google to find out what the fault code means by inputting the boiler make and model + the fault code to get a rough idea on what’s wrong. Our engineers will are able to use the boiler fault codes to direct them in their fault finding to determine exactly what’s wrong with your boiler, and get it back working as soon as possible for you.
Something as simple as the clocks going forwards or backwards could be behind a thermostat that appears to be faulty. Whether it is old, broken or just out of sync, try resetting the thermostat by turning off the boiler and restarting your central heating system.

If you require further help, our qualified engineers are on-hand to help, wherever you are. We also supply and install a range of thermostats, so rest assured that we could provide you with a suitable solution if your current device has completely ceased to work.

It is crucial to remember that you should only perform checks on your boiler that are simple with minimum risk. Do not attempt to fix the issue yourself as this could be extremely dangerous.

All of our engineers are Gas Safe-registered and fully qualified to diagnose and fix your central heating problems, so whether you know what the problem is or not, you can book an appointment with a local expert to diagnose the issue and get your heating back up and running effectively again.
You may experience a lack of heat or hot water due to valve failure, airlocks, a faulty thermostat or low water levels. You could perform a few simple checks to identify the problem. Check the pilot light in a gas boiler to see that it is burning blue or check the thermostat on an electric boiler to see that it is set correctly. If you need an engineer to assist you, get in.
Boiler “kettling” is when limescale builds up in the system’s heat exchanger and causes strange noises like whistling, gurgling and banging to occur. This problem could also be attributed to low water pressure or pump failure, which means that the central heating system won’t be receiving enough water through its pipes to heat your home – a boiler losing pressure is a boiler losing its primary function, so this should be rectified quickly.

Common reasons for a loss of pressure include a damaged pressure relief valve or a leak somewhere within your central heating system.

This could cause your boiler to lose its efficiency and, indeed, its ability to heat your home altogether. A common hint of this issue is the pressure gauge fluctuating above and below the 1 bar mark, so that is the first thing you should check.

Whether it’s a loose connection, high water pressure or a faulty part, there are several problems that could cause your boiler to leak.

This is an issue that should be rectified as quickly as possible by a Gas Safe-registered engineer, as in some cases, it could mean that your boiler is corroding inside. This is could be particularly serious in electric boilers, as these could short circuit if a leak occurs in the wrong place.

Contact us to book an appointment with one of our engineers and we will be out to fix it as soon as we can.
This common problem could be down to low water pressure, a problem with the thermostat, frozen condensate pipes or an issue with the supply of gas, water, electricity or oil. It could also be due to air in the system or a faulty pump, so replacement parts may be necessary.

Take a look at the thermostat and electricity supply to other appliances before taking any action. We recommend contacting one of our boiler engineers for help.

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