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As the British summer weather unpredictably fluctuates between raw heat, floods and frosts, central heating boilers are used to varying degrees on a day-by-day basis and, as a result, there is now an increasing demand for heating engineers throughout the summer months, according to Boilerguide, the UK’s leading online resource for homeowners and heating engineers regarding all boiler-related issues.

Typically, heating engineers have always been busiest with appointments for boiler service during the winter but, the stop/start usage of boilers during summer places extra strain on them, causing many to breakdown. Consequently, heating engineers now have a steady workload all year round.

With this extra workload, finding and receiving quotes from heating engineers can be a time consuming process and ultimately, the best deal may not be had in the end. Boilerguide eliminates this problem as users can simply log on, type in the details of the job and be matched up with local engineers, who will then get in touch with a quotation.

David Holmes, Founder of Boilerguide, commented: “Boilerguide is a free service that enables users to easily request quotes for boiler and central heating work online, rather than trawling through the Yellow Pages and contacting each one separately. Whether for a simple service or a complete boiler replacement, Boilerguide has thousands of engineers listed from all around the UK that are on-hand and ready to help.”

Furthermore, to meet with government regulations and household needs, boilers are continually changing and evolving. Thus, when a boiler replacement is needed there several models available to choose from – all with varying advantages and indeed, disadvantages.

To assist, Boilerguide provides news and advice regarding boiler costs, repair, servicing and the latest boiler technology, allowing consumers to make informed and educated decisions when employing a heating engineer or deciding on a suitable boiler.

David continued: “As with many trades, boiler and heating information is often littered with industry jargon that achieves nothing but confusion amongst consumers. Boilerguide breaks down this information and presents it in layman’s terms, providing an easy to understand, informative destination, helping the right decision to be made.”

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