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15% Of Home Owners Dont Pre-empt Boiler Problems

Press Release: December 03, 2009

A large number of home owners find themselves left without heating and hot water each year due to a lack of knowledge regarding their boiler and how it works. Boilerguide has indicated that by being more aware of the symptoms involved in boiler problems, home owners can ensure that their boiler is kept in good condition and significantly reduce the risk of a large expense following boiler failure.

A failure can often require a full boiler replacement, which can result in a home owner having to invest hundreds of pounds on a new heating system. By pre-empting a boiler related malfunction and having it attended to sooner rather than later, home owners could save as much as 90% on the total cost of repair.

David Holmes, Founder of Boilerguide, said: Many home owners are unaware of how their heating system works, and what signs they should look out for to pre-empt any potential issues. In this day and age most households are dependent on central heating boilers for providing warmth and hot water, so it is important that boilers are kept as healthy as possible in order to prevent the loss of these necessities.

Home owners can use Boilerguide as a valuable tool for sourcing heating engineers in their locale. Engineers can join the website for free, giving them access to any requests for work in their area, and only pay a small percentage of the overall profit of any leads generated, effectively guaranteeing a return on investment.

Boilerguide.co.uk is also host to a well of information regarding a wide variety of different forms of central heating. Home owners can use Boilerguide as a resource for information specific to their boiler, and can learn more about which boiler type is best for their home.

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

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