Category Archives: Faults

Hot water isn’t hot enough: 9 possible reasons

If your hot water isn’t hot enough, it may be due to your boiler, thermostat, or even the time of year. Whether you have a combi boiler or a hot water cylinder, we’ll go through several possible causes. Hot water … Continue reading

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Boiler kettling & boiler making noise: 3 possible causes

Boiler kettling refers to many different types of unwanted boiler noises. It’s usually a result of overheating due to limescale. However, there can be other causes. If you have a noisy boiler, this article will help you understand why it’s making … Continue reading

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Common boiler problems: 10 common issues & causes

Common boiler problems can strike any time of year, but they always seem to happen at the worst possible moment. Here is a list of the most common boiler problems, what causes them, and what can be done to fix … Continue reading

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Radiator cold at the bottom, hot at the top: 2 possible reasons

Why is that one radiator cold at the bottom and hot at the top, when all the other radiators are nice and warm? What seems like a minor annoyance can result in a chilly, uncomfortable room. This article will explain … Continue reading

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Toilet constantly running: the 2 possible causes & how to fix

Toilet constantly running? There are only two possible causes: a faulty ball valve or a faulty flush valve. A faulty ball valve may also result in the toilet overflowing. Either way, a fault with either of these parts will result … Continue reading

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