Calling us up for any of your boiler needs will be one of the best decisions you make this year! Our team in North London stands for everything SP Boiler Services is about. Efficiency, honesty, hard work, and arguably most importantly, an obsession with boilers!
All our engineers are gas-safe registered and have years of experience installing and repairing boilers.
Our years-long experience will ensure that not only are our services reliable but also reputable as well; because even though other companies might offer cheaper prices on similar work done elsewhere by unqualified professionals, ours won’t skimp out on quality just because they’re.
So, why delay the inevitable? If you live anywhere in North London and require and installation give us a call today! Although we cover the whole of London, the areas we cover within North London include:
This package is usually valued between £500-300. We do this to make sure your boiler lasts for as long a possible, whilst functioning like a brand new boiler to keep your energy bills down.
At SP Boilers, we provide a range of boilers to choose from. So, whatever your brand preference, budget, or house size, we have the right option for you. We’re from this area, which means we know North London and its specific needs. Our engineers will always tell you the best possible option and are capable of installing any type of boiler.
If it's a traditional boiler that you are looking for, we have got you covered. These require two tanks and therefore are suitable for larger homes. They can come with an immersion heater back up so that you are never cut short.
These work the same as Conventional boilers, but take us less space because they only use one tank. It is therefore great for all sized houses. If you are looking for a system boiler installation, we SP Boilers are the ones for you.
We install combi boilers. These high-tech boilers are all the elements of the traditional boiler combined together. Because of their small size, they are great for smaller houses. Another reason we love combis is that they take minimal time to warm up. So, you will. never be cut short in the cold.
The first thing to consider would be the type of boiler. Whether is be combi, system or regular. The best way to tell would most often be looking at the type you already have installed, but it’s worth also asking for our advice if you are unsure.
The next thing on your list would be the boiler manufacturer. There are a number of different advantages to different models and brands. We weigh up these advantages and disadvantages of each type to decide exactly which boiler would be the right option for your home. For example Worcester-Bosch is known for their reliability and great customer service. On the other hand a brand like Baxi is recognised for the long guarantees they offer on most of their boilers. Glow worm is known for offering much cheaper prices. When choosing a boiler for your home, it is important to consider which is more important; price over quality or quality over price.
Boilers are most commonly fitted in a cupboard or storage area within the kitchen. However, this is not always the case especially when you require a system or regular boiler. So, it is important to find out the size of the boiler you require and then if it is possible to fit in an appropriate space. You should also consider if you need a storage tank and cylinder as these will take up a lot of room.
As previously stated, the size of the boiler will need to be considered, as it will dictate where it is stored in your home or if it is possible to install at all. Most of the time the model and make will dictate the size, but a few things which may also alter the size would be assessing airtightness and the level of insulation in the home.
North London’s population is diverse, with a mix of people living there permanently or just visiting. It has plenty to offer visitors including iconic landmarks like Tower Bridge which was once part
of the chain that blocked off Bermondsey Bay during high tides so ships could not reach their landing stages along this shoreline near Rotherhithe until 1887 when it became obsolete because now we have bridges at either end instead!