There are a number of reasons why a gas boiler stop working. Check to ensure that the gas is still working. Open the hob for example and if you have gas then clearly that’s not the problem. Next, check the electrics to ensure that the boiler has a power supply. If you can’t see any lights working on the boiler then plug something else in to ensure the outlet is working. If the boiler has gas and electrics and is still not working then you can Contact Us Here.
One of the most common reasons why the hot water stops working is because the pressure on the combination boiler has dropped too low. If you have a combi boiler check the water pressure and if you know how to top it up then do so. If you don’t have a combi or don’t know how to top up your combi then you can Contact Us Here.
Assuming it the main drains that are blocked we suggest you get some help rather than do anything yourself. You can Contact Us Here.
Check the power supply as it may be a fuse. If you’re sure that the shower has power and it still doesn’t work then you will need professional help to get it sorted. You can Contact Us Here.
Clearly you have a leak of some kind. If it’s downstairs then take a peek on the floor above to make sure you haven’t left the bath overflowing. Assuming there is nothing obvious going on upstairs like a leaking shower or a bath that’s overflowing then you will need to get some help. You can Contact Us Here .
Radiators tend to leak at the valve so it may be that the radiator valve is leaking rather than the radiator itself. Either way the central heating will need to be drained down to change the valve or to replace the radiator. You can Contact Us Here .
Old gravity central heating systems are prone to problems with the radiators. Airlocks and silt within the system cause blockages which mean the water won’t flow to some of the radiators. You will need a skilled plumber to flush, fill and balance your central heating system. You can Contact Us Here .
There are several reason as to why you may have low hot water pressure. You will need a qualified plumber to check your system over to find the cause and come up with a remedy. You can Contact Us Here .