Worcester Bosch boilers in Dewsbury

Worcester Bosch boilers in Dewsbury

Worcester Bosch is an instantly recognisable name to most people in the UK, with many people immediately think of boilers when they hear the name.


Worcester Bosch often provides homeowners with peace of mind when they are upgrading their home heating system, especially with the 10-year warranty available on most of their boilers. Plus, as Worcester Bosch Boilers are the winners of “Which? Best Buy” for 4 years running, it means that they recognised for what they do too.


Why do we use Worcester Bosch?

At Bright Gas we’ve worked with Worcester Bosch for a long time and really trust their products. Worcester Bosch boilers provide a high level of performance and are very energy efficient, meaning that they’re cost effective for you to run. We understand that a new boiler is an expensive cost, whether you’re paying it upfront or over a fixed term, so we want to install boilers that are not going to cost the earth to run.




Who’s seen the new Worcester Bosch #WarmAsWorcester TV advert? At Bright Gas we are proud to be a Worcester Bosch Accredited Installers. What does this mean? We can give you an extended guarantee up to 10 years on your new boiler.


Worcester Bosch are wanting to help as many people create a warm and comfortable home and with their new A rated boilers it makes heating your home a lot more affordable. BE #warmasworcester and find out about how we can help you get your new boiler.


Worcester Bosch boilers in Dewsbury

We trust Worcester Bosch to provide reliable boilers for your home that last for years to come.

We install their Greenstar range of combi, conventional and system boilers. So, no matter what type of boiler you need, you have the option of a Worcester Bosch boiler in your home.


At Bright Gas we understand that investing in a new boiler is a serious investment. That’s why we make sure that all boilers are individually designed and installed to suit your property and your specific needs. Your boiler is the heart of your home; heating up radiators, providing hot water for baths and showers and keeping you warm and comfortable in your home. So it’s important that you get everything perfect.


So, you can be #WarmAsWorcester with a brand new Worcester Bosch boilers in Dewsbury.



What can Worcester Bosch accredited installers offer me?

As well as specializing in Worcester’s products, these heating engineers can also offer:

  • Extended guarantees* between7 and 10 years, depending on the installer and the product
  • Advice and prices on a new Worcester boiler or solar water heating system
  • Central heating installation and heating system tips
  • Boiler servicing and maintenance
  • Boiler repair or replacement



As accredited installers of Worcester Bosch boilers in Dewsbury and the surrounding areas, we can helpyou get a new boiler, which is easier and more cost effective than you may realise. Talk to our team today to find out how we can help you!  Call 01924 631177 to talk to our friendly team today!


We’re supporting Worcester Bosch’s #WarmAsWorcester campaign.

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Frozen Condensate pipes

Frozen Condensate pipes

The unusually cold weather we’re currently experiencing in the UK is starting to play havoc with boilers throughout the area. Many of us are waking up to find that we have no heating or hot water on a freezing cold morning. If this is you, you may find that your boiler is flashing up an error message on its screen, making strange gurgling noises and just not come on at all.


Typically, not much stops a boiler’s condensation freezing over, but in the most extreme weather if can often be difficult to prevent, even if your boiler is performing at 100%.


What is a condensing pipe?

Typically, condensing pipes are small pipes on or near an external wall, usually about 4cm in diameter, which connect to your boiler. They’re often white and plastic. If they freeze then the condensate pipe will build up and then back up into the boiler – which will prevent it from working.


At Bright Gas we ensure they all condensing pipes are fitted internally where possible, if it’s not we run the shortest steepest route to the nearest drain.


Why does my condensing pipe freeze?

The water dripping through the pipe can freeze in cold weather, preventing it from draining away. When this happens, the boiler will shut down. To fix the problem the frozen water needs to be cleared.


So, what do I do when my condensing pipe has frozen?

You may have seen many people online suggesting pouring boiling water on a frozen condensation pipe, but whatever you do PLEASE DO NOT DO THIS! Pouring boiling water over your boiler condensing pipe often leads to damaged pipes and create a bigger problem than before. It’s really important to contact a professional Gas Safe registered engineer to defreeze a condensation pipe.



How can I prevent my condensing pipe freezing?

If you’re concerned about your condensing pipe potentially freezing over then at Bright Gas we do have ways to protect your pipes. At Bright Gas we can provide you with a quote to upgrade your condense pipe to a larger diameter and completely insulate it or where possible, have it rerouted internally where possible.


Unfortunately, a lot of boiler engineers have installed condensing pipes so they are on the outside of the property, which in very cold weather causes them to freeze and block the condensing pipe.


If you’re struggling with a frozen condensing pipe, then call Bright Gas today and our team will advise you on what to do next or advise you on how to prevent it from happening again. Call 01924 631177 to talk to our friendly team today!


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Boiler Plus Policy: Quote for your boiler now to avoid unnecessary costs

Boiler Plus Policy: Quote for your boiler now to avoid unnecessary costs

As you’ll be aware, whenever the government has decided to introduce new legislation it has the potential to cause a period of upheaval.

The recently introduced Boiler Plus legislation is due to impact all homeowners who have or need a boiler, so it’s important that you understand what all this talk of new rules means for you.

Boiler Plus: What you need to know

Boiler Plus is new legislation that is due to be launched by the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy; it is designed to encourage energy efficiency, which is meant to help us use less energy and lower our carbon emissions.

The notable point for all households is that this policy will require a new minimum performance for domestic gas boilers. This means that, potentially, your current boiler will need to be replaced with haste.

The minimum performance standard for all domestic boilers will be 92% ErP. The aim of the ErP directive is to remove inefficient products from homes to reduce carbon emissions Europe-wide.

In addition to affecting many homeowners, the legislation will also require all those fitting new combination boilers to include one of the following systems anywhere that they are installing a boiler:

  • Load Compensation
  • Weather Compensation
  • Smart controls

Get your quote now to avoid unnecessary costs

With the arrival of the Boiler Plus legislation, costs for a new boiler are suddenly going to increase. If you know that your boiler is inadequate, costs are going to be swiftly raised by the time you end up changing your boiler if you don’t change it now. With that in mind, it’s time to consider your options.

It’s obviously crucial for you to avoid the rise in costs if you’re going to have to acquire a new boiler sooner rather than later. Fortunately, there is one easy way that you can avoid paying excessive amounts for your new boiler: get your quote today to avoid the impending legislation price increase.

Try our quote calculator to find out how much you could save

Old, inefficient boilers cost a fortune to run; you’re essentially pouring money down the drain. Why do you need to upgrade your boiler?

  • An old boiler won’t heat the home: If your boiler is outdated and ineffective, it isn’t going to be able to heat your home, or if it can, it will do so slowly and expensively.
  • The older the boiler, the higher the bills: When your boiler is well past it’s heyday, it starts to cost a fortune to run. Although your home isn’t adequately heated, you still end up paying significant amounts to attempt heating your home.

If you’re aware that your boiler is no longer pulling its weight, and you’re considering purchasing a new boiler soon, use our quote calculator today. The calculator will accurately tell you how much your new boiler is likely to cost.

Remember: if you think your boiler is on its way out, replace it before the new legislation comes in; you don’t want to have to pay a fortune because you left it too late!

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Replace your Batley boiler before it’s too late: When it’s time to say goodbye to your boiler

Replace your Batley boiler before it’s too late: When it’s time to say goodbye to your boiler

If your Batley boiler is groaning and your wallet is mysteriously hollow, it might be the right time for you to invest in a new boiler.

Even though we’re quickly coming up to the end of winter, we end up with bad weather all year around in the UK; no matter what time of year it is, you’re going to need a boiler that you can rely upon to heat your home.

If you’re dubious whether you need a new boiler or not, here are a few tell-tale signs that your boiler isn’t pulling its weight:


Batley Boiler problems to look out for

Your boiler makes strange noises: If your boiler heating up sounds like a grumbling zombie from a horror movie, there’s definitely a problem.

A boiler that’s working well should heat up almost silently, so you’re certain to recognise when there’s a real issue with your boiler.

Although it’s not guaranteed that you’re going to need a new boiler, it’s vital that you get somebody to look into the issue to ensure that you’re safe with your current one.

Your fuel bills are excessive – and increasing: Heat bills are expensive, and they’re only going to increase when you have a problematic boiler.

As a boiler ages, it gradually becomes more difficult – and expensive – to run; you can end up paying an eye-watering amount of money for the energy that you have to heat your home with.

Switching to an energy-efficient boiler can end up saving you 30% on your energy bills, a hugely significant amount of money that you could be spending on other elements of your lifestyle.

Your property is never heated, no matter how long the heating is on: If your heater is old and ineffective you’ll likely notice that your home never seems to heat up no matter how long you have the heating on for.

An ageing system can render your radiators useless, meaning they’ll be incapable of heating a home eventually.

With a hopeless boiler and inoperable radiators, you’re going to be paying for energy that you aren’t actually getting, so it’s important that you invest in a new boiler as soon as possible.

How a new Batley boiler will benefit you

Although purchasing a new boiler might seem like an expensive investment, it holds numerous benefits including the fact that you’d eventually have saved money by buying a new boiler.

With a new boiler, your house will heat up faster than ever before; you won’t be waiting hours for your home to heat up anymore.

Your heating bills are going to be cheaper, so you’ll end up saving money by choosing to purchase a new boiler for your home.

Investing in a new Batley boiler

If your boiler is exhibiting any of the three points that we’ve explained in some detail above, you need to consider updating your boiler whenever you get the chance.

If you’ve decided that you want a boiler, but you’re not sure how much it’s going to cost, consider using our instant quote generator. The generator will tell you how much the project to install a new boiler will cost, so you can see how much money you would save by purchasing a new Batley boiler.

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