5 Steps to Choosing the Right Boiler Installation Company

  1. You need to know your installer will do a good, safe and reliable job. A reliable indication of professionalism is the accreditations a company carries: Gas Safe and NICEIC assess the competence of gas and electrical contractors, and knowing your firm is approved can provide the peace of mind you need.
  1. Look for a well-established company that invests in its staff and premises. A thriving business is a good sign of quality and value for money: with over 28 years in business A1 Gas Force have built up a happy customer base and an excellent reputation locally.
  1. Make sure your quote is clear, free, and easy to understand. A reputable company will be able to tell you straight what the job will cost, and you can be sure you’re getting a fair deal. If you’re not sure where a cost is coming from, or how a quote has been calculated, ask!
  1. Have a chat! It’s very straightforward, but there’s no better way to get a sense of how an installer regards its customers than to pick up the phone, or head down to their premises. If the person who answers the phone is keen to help, knowledgeable and interested in you, you’re off to a good start. A1 Gas Force have a welcoming showroom where you can come to discuss your plans and meet our team who are happy to answer any questions you have.
  1. Do they offer a good choice of products from a selection of brand name suppliers? An installer should have good links with boiler manufacturers such as: Vaillant, Worcester, and Baxi. Look for other indications that the firm has a good reputation in their field: a relationship with a government initiative such as the Green Deal is a positive sign.