Select the heating service you require:
Our Engineers in the Bath area offer a wide range of services, including boiler repair, gas certificates, installing smart thermostats or installing completely new boiler systems.
Our trades can help you with -
- Central heating repair
- Leaking boiler systems
- Installing or moving radiators
- Fixing leaking radiators
- Fitting radiators valves
- Boiler service
- Central heating powerflushing
- Central heating fault finding
- Installing smart thermostats
- Gas safety inspections
- Thermostats that aren't working
- Gas, Oil or LPG
Are you in the market for a heating engineer in the Bath area? Home Solutions from John Lewis will make it quick and easy - we are currently working with fully-accredited and certified heating engineers all over Bath. Simply visit the John Lewis website to access a range of services from our ‘Heating Engineer’ page, for anything from annual checks, to elaborate boiler installations, to radiator repairs.
Whether you’re in need of an expert’s eye on your water temperature problems or a skilled set of hands to install a new boiler, a John Lewis tradesperson can come at a date and time to suit you. They will offer their expertise for all your needs, not only with gas and oil models but electric and LPG boilers too.
Covering the length and breadth of Bath, we offer our services from Lower and Upper Weston, Oval, Twerton, Odd Down, Southdown, Whiteway, Camden and Larkhall, all the way to Trowbridge, Wells, Radstock, Bathampton, Kelston, Frome, Woolverton, Chippenham, Shepton Mallet and Farmborough.
Of course, with heating engineers, quantity goes nowhere without quality. Every engineer Home Solutions works with has gone through a stringent vetting process, passing five stages of quality checks before becoming an affiliated tradesperson. With years of experience and recommendations from past satisfied customers, our Gas Safety Registered tradespersons will make sure your work is done to the highest of standards. To ensure you are 100% satisfied with your service, you will also be provided with a 12-month guarantee.
When heating problems in your home arise, it is essential that you bring in a professional. Even work concerning oil and electrical appliances requires the right training and qualifications to be done safely and correctly. From radiators, to boilers, to hobs, having an experienced tradesperson will minimise the risks involved to both you and your home.
Remember, working on gas appliances or boilers without being on the Gas Safe Register is illegal, and could end up making your home unliveable. Similarly, to work on electrical equipment, a heating engineer is required to have an accredited Level 3 qualification. Every Home Solutions engineer carries identification to prove they are qualified for the tasks involved, so you can have peace of mind knowing you are in capable hands.
With Home Solutions, you will have a choice of two payment options. The first will be to book a job with a set price, and the second will be to discuss your project with a heating engineer in order to get a bespoke quote. For larger jobs, a tradesperson may ask to come to the location and carry out an assessment. Your quote will include pricing for everything you require, including man-hours and materials. In addition, whilst the cost of extra materials and appropriate parts bought may be added when necessary, these will be made clear and simple in advance, with no nasty surprises or hidden charges.
Before hiring, remember that the cost of labour and supplies can differ between Bath and elsewhere in the UK. Nation-wide averages may not be accurate and the price of specific jobs can fluctuate depending on location. As well as this, it is important to note that weekend work and after-hours/evening contracting can incur higher costs.
It will also be important to let your tradesperson know about the brands of any appliances or systems they will be working on. Home Solutions tradespeople can work with Valliant, Viessman or Worcester Bosch products, and can source any parts required to get them up and running.