Select the service you need:
Our Ashford Heating Engineers offer a wide range of jobs, including fixing heating, boiler servicing and gas safety checks.
Our trades can help you with -
- No hot water
- Central heating problems
- Boiler leaking
- Radiator not working
- Leaking radiator valve
- Moving a radiator
- Central heating powerflushing
- Boiler service
- Installing radiators
- Gas safety inspections
- Thermostats that aren't working
- Gas, Oil and LPG
Do you have an issue with the heating in your home? Maybe you want to have a new boiler installed, or there could be an issue with your property’s radiators. When you need help from a local heating engineer, Home Solutions from John Lewis can help you find the expert you need in no time at all. We can provide you with a range of services at a date and time to suit you. All you need to do is choose the service you require, select a time slot, and we’ll handle everything else.
Even if you like a bit of DIY, heating work should only ever be left to a qualified professional. A few mistakes could cause serious damage, or even make your property unlivable. If your home uses gas heating, any repair or installation work should be left to a heating engineer. Similarly, services relating to electrical heating systems should only be handled by a qualified electrician.
You can rest easy when you use Home Solutions. Each and every one of our local heating engineers has passed a strict five-stage vetting process to make sure they can offer the level of quality we expect for our clients. We take a close look at their qualifications, experience, and even what their past customers have to say about them. We’re so confident in our heating engineers that we’ll also provide you with a 12-month guarantee for any services you book through Home Solutions.
We can provide heating services all over the Ashford area. This includes central boroughs such as Kennington, Kingsnorth, Godinton, Beaver Green, Willesbourough and Sevinngton, as well as outer areas like Woodchurch, Rye, Folkstone, Sandway, Bethersden and Kingsnorth.
Hiring the right heating engineer
To legally work on gas boilers, a heating engineer must be listed on the Gas Safe Register. This will validate their expertise and prove that they have the knowledge and experience to be able to perform these tasks safely. Your chosen candidate should carry an ID to prove they are registered. If they cannot provide this, hiring them will not be worth the risk.
A heating engineer will usually learn their trade via an industry qualification, such as an NVQ or a Diploma. They will typically begin an apprenticeship with a company first, so a fully-qualified heating engineer will have several years of training under their belt. Remember, Home Solutions only ever works with heating engineers who are fully qualified and registered.
When it comes to finding the cost of hiring a heating engineer, it is important not to rely too much on averages. The reason for this is that prices can often vary considerably between jobs. Your own candidate may well want to discuss the details of your project before they even offer a quote. More than likely, they will also want to schedule a home visit to take a look at what they will be working on.
Before you book your service, you will want to note the make of whatever your heating engineer will be working with. Our candidates can work on Worcester Bosch, Viessman and Valliant models, and can source any parts required to get them working.
You will have two pricing options when you use Home Solutions. The first will be to book a smaller service with a fixed price. Your second option will be to contact a heating engineer in order to get a bespoke quote. Remember, if your job requires additional parts or labour, you may have extra charges added to your bill. Your heating engineer may also charge more to work during weekends, evenings or public holidays. However, your Home Solutions engineer will make all charges known well in advance, so you will never be taken by surprise.