Based in Cheadle, we install over 500 new boilers a year – making us experts in heating services here in the North West.
Our engineers are all Gas Safe registered and are friendly, clean, tidy and reliable. We take care of our customers and understand the importance of the dedicated customer service local tradesmen can provide to our loyal customer base.
What is a Combi Boiler?
A combi boiler is both a high-efficiency water heater and central heating boiler, combined (hence the name) within one compact unit. Therefore, no separate hot water cylinder is required, saving you space in your home.
What are Conventional Boilers?
Conventional boilers follow a traditional set-up – with an open vented header tank and a hot water cylinder. This can be more suitable for an older house where the existing system could already be set up, also for areas with weak local water pressure.
What are System Boilers?
System boilers are a modern, pressurised, heat only boiler – which is used in conjunction with a pressurised hot water cylinder. This system is more suitable for a busy home, with a high hot water demand and more than one bathroom.
We are Gas Safe Registered
Add Heat takes gas safety seriously. All of our engineers
are on the Gas Safe Register and will have their
official identity card when you ask to see it.
Gas Safe Register is the official gas safety organisation in Great Britain.
It replaced CORGI on 1st April 2009. Gas Safe Register is responsible for the registration and regulation of gas engineers. Membership is mandatory for any company or engineer working with gas appliances.
We are OFTEC Registered
OFTEC is the Oil Fired Technical Association. They are recognised by the Government, oil companies, heating appliance and tank manufacturers as being the acceptable trade body in technician training & assessment for the domestic heating, oil distribution and commercial oil firing industry.
For the oil industry in England and Wales, OFTEC registered technicians are the only people defined as competent and able to self-certify their work without the need for informing the local building control department.