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Commercial boilers Oxfordshire are technically defined as boilers that have a 70kW power rating or above. Replacement, installation and repair of commercial boilers require the attention of Gas Safe registered engineers with additional education and certification. We are able to provide you with free quotes from qualified Oxfordshire commercial boilers companies that employ the skilled professionals who can advise you on the best boiler options for your commercial space and handle any installations and repairs.
Commercial boilers are needed in large buildings like schools, hospitals, hotels, restaurants, offices, factories, warehouses, supermarkets and government buildings. When replacing Oxfordshire commercial boilers, there are a number of different options from which to choose including gas fired boilers, oil fired boilers, condensing boilers, atmospheric boilers, warm air heaters, steam boilers and other special boiler systems. Gas Safe registered engineers can, not only install, maintain and repair Oxfordshire commercial boilers, but can act as consultants to design commercial boiler installation projects according to building and client specifications.
When it is time to replace an old boiler, UK environmental laws require that more energy efficient models be installed. The newer, more efficient boilers dramatically reduce fuel consumption as well as minimize a building or company’s carbon footprint. Skilled engineers can install a complete boiler and related equipment including water treatment, steam headers and electrical parts. They can also advise a client when a rebuild will work as well as a new installation. Such a job would require tube replacement, tube design modifications and burner retrofits.
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The cost of new commercial boilers Oxfordshire can be affected by a number of variables. The size of boilers, the type and the brand are factors that will determine cost. Whether the boiler is completely replaced or just rebuilt will make a difference in the cost as well. Something else that may affect the cost is when the job must be done. Although most Oxfordshire commercial boilers services are open 24 hours a day 7 days a week, an emergency call for an immediate boiler repair or replacement may cost a little more. This is one reason regular commercial boiler maintenance is vital, in order to avoid the extra cost of an emergency service call.
Along with employing Gas Safe registered engineers qualified to install and repair Oxfordshire commercial boilers, it is important to make sure a new boiler is made of high quality components that provide maximum energy efficiency for your particular commercial space. A new boiler should be installed according to the manufacturer’s specifications and the project should include manufacturer’s warranties. The boiler should be sufficient to heat poorly insulated spaces if necessary, and should be the correct size for the space. It is crucial for businesses that a new boiler installation or repair cause as little down time as possible for the company.
Residential and commercial boilers are virtually the same things, and they work in much the same way. The primary difference is the size of the commercial boiler, which can be quite impressive in large facilities such as schools, hospitals, and apartment buildings. In some cases, more than one boiler is required to meet the demand for heat. This often calls for heat exchangers and systems on each floor of a commercial building. Another difference is the complexity of the system; a commercial boiler is far more complex than its residential counterpart, which means installation requires specific knowledge and skills. Not all boiler installers handle commercial installation, so be sure to mention whether your property is commercial or industrial in the quote request form.
There are several warning signs that indicate a commercial boiler may be in need of repairs including strange odours or sounds coming from the system, the development of cold spots in the building, inconsistent heating of the commercial space and unexplained fluctuations in operating costs. Other more serious issues that may need the attention of a qualified boiler engineer include wiring that could be overheating, chambers that are operating at excessively high temperatures, soot or other debris in the flue or moisture in the vent pipe. These are all serious problems that must be addressed immediately.
Regular safety checks of commercial boilers Oxfordshire should be done in all commercial buildings but particularly public buildings like schools, hospitals, hotels and government offices. A scheduled contract arrangement for maintenance checks is a good idea for commercial buildings. It is important that any leaks are repaired and contaminants in pipes are removed. The installation of a carbon monoxide detector may be a wise move as the colourless, odourless gas can sicken or even kill people who inhale too much of it. Keeping commercial boilers operating at maximum efficiency through regular maintenance checks is easier on both the bank account and the environment.
When commercial boilers start malfunctioning, many people tend to ignore the early warning signs, thinking that the problem will ‘go away on its own.’ However, this seldom happens – in fact, ignoring symptoms such as dripping water, condensation around the unit, damaged flue pipes, corrosion, improper venting, popping noises and a unit that seems to be functioning louder than normal will usually result in you having to perform a costly boiler replacement. However, having these units attended to as soon as they start to malfunction can often make the difference between a small, affordable repair job and having to pay for a replacement.
Commercial boilers are far more complex than standard residential units. As a result, an engineer who is qualified, experienced and insured must install them. Failure to do so could result in the unit malfunctioning, which has the potential to cause serious injury to anyone who may be in close proximity to the unit. In addition, no warranty will be honoured if a non-qualified engineer has installed the unit.
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07 Aug Our commercial boiler unit is not functioning as efficiently as it used to, and we suspect it might need to be replaced. We need to have someone come around to take a look at it and provide us with recommendations regarding whether it can be saved, or whether it must be replaced.
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These boilers are designed to heat larger spaces, and also must meet stricter safety requirements.
This will depend on the size of your structure, existing utility lines, and the type of operation you have. An installation technician will be happy to discuss the various options with you in order to help you make the right choice.
Commercial boilers are generally recommended for any business that needs to be able to provide heat and hot water to its customers. Even small establishments can benefit from the efficiency of a commercial boiler.
A commercial boiler maintenance schedule should be customised based on the amount of use that the boiler gets. High traffic establishments should have their boiler maintained quarterly, where smaller businesses can stretch that to annual inspections.
That will vary based upon the size of your building and what your demands are. Careful load calculations should be performed by a boiler technician to ensure you choose the right size boiler to fit your needs.
In most cases, it is strongly recommended that you have Oxfordshire Gas Safe engineers perform a service and maintenance routine on a commercial boiler unit at least once a year. However, if the unit works exceptionally hard, it may be recommended that it be serviced every 6 months instead.
Just like homeowners must install condensing boilers for use in their homes to reduce their carbon footprints, commercial property owners must also obey regulations regarding the installation of efficient boilers. Your installer can provide more information about the options available in your specific area.
In some cases, yes. Small retail stores, doctors’ offices, dental clinics, and other commercial properties are often small enough to be heated with a standard residential boiler. The best way to be certain is to contact a professional in your area who deals in commercial boiler installation. These companies can provide the pros and cons of choosing a residential boiler system over a commercial one when it comes to small properties.
The timeframe for installation will vary according to the size of the unit required, where it needs to be installed and how easy it is to access the area of installation.
They are designed to heat larger areas and are more heavy duty than residential boilers. Additional safety features are installed in these units as well because of the fact that they will usually operate constantly.
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