Boiler service FAQs for Bolton homeowners & landlords

Most of us know we need to service our gas boilers annually – but do you know why? Bolton’s BHE Services has put together helpful FAQs on boiler servicing for local Bolton homeowners and landlords, answering some of the most commonly-asked questions about boiler servicing with BHE from our customers in the area.

Boiler Servicing FAQs

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Book your annual gas boiler service with Wigan’s local BHE Services

Need to catch up with your annual gas boiler or gas fire annual service?

As we come out of the national lockdown, you might find that your gas boiler, gas fire or other gas appliance service is due – or perhaps overdue. BHE’s local Wigan gas engineer team is safely supporting homeowners and landlords, delivering essential gas safe services to protect homes and families

Book your annual gas boiler service with Wigan’s local BHE Services
Book your annual gas boiler service in Wigan.
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BHE is proud to support the 9th Gas Safety Week!

BHE was one of the first businesses to join the Gas Safe Register, and we maintain our commitment to gas safety across everything we do.

Our gas engineers are all fully trained and accredited, and the whole team works to our BHE ethos that ‘Gas safety is our priority’.

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Landlord Gas Safety Checks and Records: What are your obligations?

Protecting your tenants with regular gas safety checks

As a landlord, it is your legal responsibility to ensure that all gas appliances, fittings and chimneys or flues within your rented property are safe.

This means regular servicing according to the manufacturer’s guidelines, plus annual gas safety checks which must be carried out by a fully qualified engineer.

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