P & R Property Solutions Ltd
t/a P & R Gas Solutions
46 Avenue Road
Isle Of Wight PO36 8AZ
Company Number: 09943244
Repairing boilers can be a costly exercise. Thats why we offer a fixed price boiler repair in Sandown and surrounding areas.
A lot of companies will “diagnose” the issue and try to fix your boiler by “throwing parts at it” and expecting you to foot the bill. We take a more professional approach and provide a fixed price boiler repair. By offering a fixed price boiler repair to help you budget.
Our pledge to you is this. If we are unable to fix your boiler with our fixed price boiler repair, you only pay the initial cost charged. If we end up replacing your boiler we will deduct that cost from the final price of your boiler installation.
There are 3 general types of boiler systems.
We have put together some common faults on the most popular boiler manufacturers. If you cannot find your boilers manufacturer then please let us know, and we will add it to our list. If you live in and around Sandown, Ryde, Newport Cowes or Shanklin and have a broken down boiler, give us a call on 07584 373876 or email us for a fixed price boiler repair.
The water that you see coming out of your radiator is your heating system water that heats your radiators and, if you have one, your hot water cylinder. The black water has magnetite, bits of dissolved metal, mixed into it. Over time this will build up and cause your radiators to develop cold spots.
One way to prevent this build up is to have a magnetic filter installed. This filter catches the magnetite on a powerful magnet and can then be cleaned off. Take a look at our video below for a demonstration.
There are a few reasons why your boiler may be leaking. Below we have listed the most common reasons for a leaking boiler.
If you live in and around Sandown, Ryde, Newport Cowes or Shanklin and have a leaking boiler, give us a call on 07584 373876 or email us for a fixed price boiler repair.
If you have a combination boiler or a sealed system, your boiler requires adequate pressure to operate properly. If it falls below that pressure your boiler may turn itself off. The video below shows you how to repressurise your boiler. Even if your boiler is not the same and you have a gauge elsewhere, the principle is the same.
Most modern boilers will, if they stop working, show an error code. This can be a flashing light on the boiler giving you a sequence, or a digital display with an error code. Because there are hundreds if not thousands of different boilers over the years, it’s very difficult to list all the ways to reset your boiler.
The easiest way to find out how to reset your boiler is to consult your manual, if you don’t have it to hand then then a quick google search will in most cases give you a downloadable manual.
Most modern boilers will have a reset option, either by way of a button that you press or turn a dial to the “reset position”. If you are unable to reset your boiler then we can come and give you a diagnosis of the problem and provide you with a fixed fee boiler repair.