Heating Systems Suffolk

B. A. Boyle and Son are pleased to provide bespoke central heating systems, installed by our highly experienced team of Gas Safe registered heating engineers.

Experienced Central Heating Engineers
With Over 45 Years Experience

With so many different heating systems to choose from, we understand that installing a new heating system can be a daunting task, especially amongst a busy schedule. From your initial telephone consultation to the installation of your new heating system and beyond, our experienced team will work with you to provide a service that is tailored to your unique schedule and needs.

Whether you are looking to install a brand new heating system or simply upgrade your existing one, we’ll ensure that your central heating is up and running as quickly as possible, without compromising on quality. Our skilled central heating engineers have the experience and expertise to install a variety of systems, in order to meet your property’s specific requirements.

So, if you are located in the Suffolk area and in need of a new heating system, contact us today to arrange a free, no obligation consultation with one of our friendly Gas Safe registered heating engineers.

Bespoke Central Heating Systems

When choosing a new central heating system, it is important to consider what type of system is most suitable for your home. Our specialist heating engineers are experts at designing bespoke heating systems to cater for all of your household’s heating and hot water requirements – contact us today to arrange a free no obligation consultation.

Heating System Services

B. A. Boyle’s Gas Safe registered engineers are equipped to design, install, and service a variety of heating systems, including gas, oil, and LPG fuelled heating systems. With us, you can guarantee that your central heating system is in capable hands.

Gas, Oil & LPG Central Heating Installation
Bespoke central heating systems, installed by our experienced Gas Safe registered heating engineers.
Heating System Upgrades
Upgrade your existing heating system to reduce your heating bills, meet your hot water demands, and increase the value of your property.
Heating System Repairs & Servicing
Fast and effective diagnosis and repair of both common and unexpected heating issues, including leaks, low pressure, and faulty thermostats.
Gas Safety Checks
Safety checks for gas central heating systems, including Landlord Gas Safety Certificates.
New Boiler Installation
Our heating engineers can install all three of the most popular boiler types: combi, heat only, and system boilers.
Boiler Repair
Our boiler repair team are fully equipped to deal with even the most unexpected boiler issues and breakdowns.
Boiler Servicing
A comprehensive range of boiler servicing options including both internal and external exams, extensive efficiency checks, and more.
Specialist Advice
Our Gas Safe registered heating engineers are on hand to offer expert advice – contact us today to arrange a free no obligation consultation.

To discuss the heating system service you require, please get in touch with a member of our team over the phone, or by using the online form below.

Central Heating Installation Process

Installing central heating is a complex task, requiring careful planning and a thorough understanding of the parts that make up a heating system. Our Gas Safe registered engineers will assess your requirements and devise a solution that fits your heating needs. To help you prepare, here is an overview of what to expect from our central heating installation service:

Initial Consultation
Contact us over the phone or by filling out our online form to arrange a free, no-obligation heating systems consultation with a member of our friendly team.
Planning
Our heating engineers will help you choose a boiler type and map out your new heating system. They’ll discuss how to fit the installation around your schedule and work with you to decide where to install new pipework, taps, and radiators.
Installation
Our Gas Safe registered engineers will install and set up your new heating system, making sure that everything works correctly and is safe to use.
Maintenance Tips
Our heating engineers won’t rush off the second the installation is complete – instead, they’ll show you how to work the controls and take time to offer advice on how to keep your new heating system in optimum working condition.

Why Install a New Central Heating System?

Increased Comfort
Our bespoke heating systems are tailored to your household’s heating and hot water requirements.
Choice of Heating Fuel
Find out which technology is best suited to your household’s heating and hot water demands.
Save Money
Modern heating systems can significantly reduce your energy consumption, saving you money on energy bills.
Evenly Spread Warmth
A new heating system will distribute heat more evenly throughout your home, especially if you choose underfloor heating.
Hot Water on Demand
Ensure a sufficient supply of hot water, whenever you like, for as long as you like.
Improved Heating Controls
Manage the temperature of your property with a modern thermostat and smart heating controls.
Increased Property Value
Meet higher energy efficiency requirements with a new heating system to help increase the value of your property.
Environmentally Friendly
Improve energy efficiency and reduce emissions with a new central heating system.

Underfloor Heating Systems

Underfloor heating systems are an effective and increasingly popular way of heating your home. Heating tubes (warm water underfloor heating systems) or cables (electric underfloor heating systems) are installed beneath the floor to heat the room from the ground up, ensuring a more constant temperature while reducing the likelihood of cold spots. Unlike wall-mounted radiators which rely on convection to heat your living space, underfloor heating systems use both convection and radiant heat to warm your property. Furthermore, as underfloor heating systems cover a larger surface area than radiators, lower water temperatures are required to heat the room, helping to improve efficiency. Underfloor heating systems generally have lower running costs and a longer lifespan than radiators, offsetting the initial cost of installing underfloor heating.

If you’d like to learn more about our bespoke underfloor heating systems, please don’t hesitate to get in touch – our specialist heating engineers will be happy to help.

Benefits of Installing Underfloor Heating

Even Heat Distribution
Floors have a larger surface area than radiators, reducing cold spots and helping to distribute heat evenly throughout the room.
Energy-Efficient
Underfloor heating systems require lower water temperatures than radiators, making them more energy-efficient.
Environmentally Friendly
Installing an energy-efficient underfloor heating system can help reduce your household’s carbon footprint.
Save Space
Underfloor heating systems eliminate the need for wall-mounted radiators, freeing up valuable living space.
Versatile
Underfloor heating is compatible with many types of flooring and can be installed in any number of rooms, in any property type.
Increased Comfort
Underfloor heating makes cold floors feel warm underfoot, providing comfort and a sense of luxury.

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We take our Heating Systems Seriously

Delivering Excellence and Building Client Relationships

B. A. Boyle and Son LTD based in Ipswich, Suffolk, is a family-run company with over 45 years worth of experience in home improvements and maintenance. Our experienced team of Gas Safe registered engineers have the qualifications and expertise required to meet all of your heating system needs.

  • Certified gas-safe engineers – assured professionalism.
  • Insurance-backed guarantees – for your peace of mind.
  • Over 45 years in site experience.
  • Friendly and customer focussed team of gas engineers and plumbers
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Free Heating Systems Consultation

Invest in the future of your home today by booking in for a free, no-obligation heating system consultation with the B. A. Boyle gas engineering and plumbing team, either online or over the phone.

Heating Systems

FAQs

How does central heating work?

Central heating systems work by distributing heat throughout your house in the form of hot water or hot air. There are several types of heating systems available, so to understand how your central heating works, you should first identify what type of heating system is used to heat your home. Wet heating systems work by supplying hot water from your boiler to your taps and radiators via a circuit of pipes, then back to the boiler to be reheated. There are three main boiler types found in wet central heating systems – combi boilers, system boilers, and heat only boilers (also known as regular or conventional boilers). Dry heating systems use air, warmed by a single heat source, to heat the building.

For more information about how different types of heating systems work, please don’t hesitate to contact B. A. Boyle and Son – our Gas Safe registered central heating engineers will be happy to help.

What type of heating system should I install?

There are several types of domestic heating systems available to choose from and each has its advantages and disadvantages. While most modern heating systems are clean, automatic, and programmable for both the time of day and room temperature, installation and fuel costs vary greatly. For example, gas central heating systems are cheaper to run than oil or electric heating systems, but typically require more servicing and are not an option for properties that aren’t connected to the grid. Moreover, while some households may require a complete central heating system upgrade, you might just need to flush out the pipes or replace a single part of your existing heating system. Ultimately, the best type of heating system is dependent on your property’s unique requirements – contact B. A. Boyle and Son today to discuss your options with one of our experienced Gas Safe registered central heating engineers.

How much does it cost to install a new central heating system?

The cost of installing a new central heating system is dependent on numerous factors, with prices varying greatly as every property is unique. The amount you pay will be affected by the size of your property, the condition of your existing pipework, and the type of new boiler, radiators, and/or new pipework you choose.

While it is impossible to definitively answer how much you can expect a new central heating system to cost, our experienced Gas Safe registered heating engineers will happily provide an estimate following an initial no-obligation consultation, during which they will seek to understand your specific requirements. So, if you’re considering installing a new central heating system and are located in the Suffolk area, contact B. A. Boyle and Son today to speak with a member of our friendly team.

How long does it take to install a new central heating system?

The amount of time required to fully install a new central heating system is dependent on several factors, including the scale and complexity of the project, whether or not you’re at home while the work is being completed, and the company or installer you select to carry out the work. Installing a new heating system can be quite disruptive, so it’s a good idea to arrange for work to take place during the warmer summer months to avoid being without heating during the winter.

B. A. Boyle and Son’s skilled central heating installers will ensure that your new central heating system is installed in a prompt, tidy, and organised manner, with as little disruption as possible. As timelines vary, we can only estimate how long the job will take following an initial no-obligation consultation – contact us today to speak to an experienced Gas Safe registered central heating engineer.

How often should you flush your central heating system?

A central heating flush is a straightforward process where chemicals are used to clean or ‘flush’ out any debris within the system. As a guide, you should flush your heating system every 5 to 6 years, but this may vary depending on the type of radiators you have, the type and age of your boiler, and the hardness of your water. Your heating system may need flushing if you notice any of the following signs:

Your heating is taking longer than expected to start working
Your boiler or radiator is banging or clanging
Your radiators are leaking
You can feel cold spots on your radiators
Your radiators are not heating up, even if the pipes are hot
You have to bleed your radiators more frequently
Your boiler needs restarting every time you use the heating

For more information, or to arrange a free consultation with one of our Gas Safe registered central heating engineers, contact B. A. Boyle and Son on 01473 840210 or send us your enquiry using our online form.